Lindsey Moon joined Wisconsin Public Radio in Madison as the Lee Ester News Fellow in August 2012. She comes to WPR from Iowa Public Radio where she was a reporter/producer working on both investigative reporting projects and the network's two locally produced daily talk programs. She is a contributor to the Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism and is interested in health issues, sustainability, as well as arts and culture.

Lindsey has won awards from both the Northwest Broadcast News Association and Public Radio News Directors Incorporated for investigative and general reporting. She is a 2012 graduate of the University of Iowa with degrees in journalism and anthropology.

Arts
5:21 pm
Tue January 13, 2015

The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra starts off the new year with a chamber concert

Phillip Chase Hawkins

The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra started off the New Year by presenting a chamber concert featuring two of its own members as soloists.  The program was conducted by Maestro Lucas Richman, who is in his final season with the KSO.  For this concert, the maestro selected a couple of concertos that showcase two new additions to the symphony: principal Bassoonist, Aaron Apaza, who performed Mozart's Bassoon Concerto in B-flat Major, and principal Trumpet, Phillip Chase Hawkins, who presented a trumpet concerto in D Major, which has been long attributed to Johann Stamitz.  Also on the concert

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Presidential Visit
2:32 pm
Sun January 11, 2015

Hear Complete Speeches From Presidential Visit To Pellissippi

President Barack Obama greets well-wishers following a speech at Pellissippi State Community College (Jan 9, 2015)
Shawn Millsaps

  

  

  On January 9, 2015, President Barack Obama spoke at Pellissippi State Community College to announce a proposed program that would pay for community college tuition nationwide.  He was joined by Vice President Joe Biden, Second Lady Jill Biden and Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam.

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Lulu Miller is an NPR Science Desk Reporter where she covers human (and occasionally insect) behavior — and is co-host of the upcoming NPR program Invisibilia.

Education Policy
3:00 pm
Fri January 9, 2015

Presidential Plan For Community College Education Has Tennessee Roots

President Barack Obama announces a plan for free community college nationwide. The president spoke at Pellissippi State Community College, Friday, January 9, 2014.
Credit Brandon Hollingsworth/WUOT News

In a speech at Pellissippi State Community College, President Barack Obama outlined plans to make community college tuition-free for certain students. Sound familiar? It should.

The president’s proposal is based in part on Tennessee Promise, Governor Bill Haslam’s plan to put college and technical education within reach of many Tennesseans.

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Arts
1:39 pm
Fri January 9, 2015

Changing Course: Baldwin Lee Discusses Compound Lens

Shreveport, 1984
Credit Baldwin Lee

UT Professor Emeritus Baldwin Lee discusses his photography and the upcoming exhibition, Compound Lens. 

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Education
5:50 pm
Thu January 8, 2015

UT President Joe DiPietro Looks To Shore Up University Business Model

The funding model that keeps the University of Tennessee in business is unsustainable. That was the message delivered to state officials last month from UT system president Joe DiPietro.

Now in the fifth year of his presidency, DiPietro says one of his biggest challenges will be finding a way to keep the university affordable for students and functioning as state funding stagnates. DiPietro isn't optimistic the General Assembly will significantly increase funding for the state's higher education institutions.

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Sean Corcoran began producing investigative series for WCAI in 2005, after moving to Cape Cod. In 2006 his 20-part series "Two Cape Cods: Hidden Poverty on the Cape and Islands,"
won the Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award, considered the highest award in broadcast journalism. Since then his work has received more than a dozen national and regional awards, including several PRNDI and Edward R. Murrow awards.

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