April Programs on Klaus & Co.
Friday, April 4, 2014 Program:
Mary Kinney, Marketing Director with the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County talks with us about the Hewitt Art Collection – one of the most significant collections of African American Art in the United States. This collection is currently on display at the Arts Council in downtown Fayetteville.
We speak with Dr. Cindy Otto, who is leading research at Penn Vet Working Dog Center, teaching canines to sniff out ovarian cancer – a disease with no standard early detection.
And in our FSU Proud to Be segment Fayetteville State University’s Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Retention, Dr. Jason DeSousa, stops in with more information about an upcoming Symposium celebrating young men of color and encouraging them to succeed.
Friday, April 11, 2014 Program:
Mike Nagowski, President and CEO of Cape Fear Valley Health System, talks about the growth and expansion of his facilities in the area.
Cumberland County’s Health Department Director, Buck Wilson, tells us more about the many services enriching and safeguarding lives in and around our community.
As the Southeastern NC Asian Indian Association presents the 8th Annual India Festival, Sharmila Udyavar tells us about what visitors can expect at this year’s event.
Friday, April 18, 2014 Program:
Dr. James Anderson, Chancellor of Fayetteville State University, stops by to discuss several areas of interest as FSU continues to grow and develop on and off campus.
Fayetteville Dogwood Festival’s Executive Director, Carrie King, tells us what to expect at this year’s festival.
In this Proud To Be FSU segment, we talk with students who worked to bring the Murchison Road Community Farmers’ Market to Bronco Square.