Sounds of Science Episode List: 1960-1977

Sounds of Science was a five-minute radio show which was the product of a collaboration between MSOE and Milwaukee radio station, WISN. Each program ran three times during a week, twice on Saturday and once on Sunday. The shows cover a wide range of scientific and technological topics, discussed by experts from the MSOE faculty. Sounds of Science was unique in that it strived to explain the often complex topics in a format aimed at the general listening public.

The MSOE Archive has many of the original scripts and topic outlines for these shows, as indicated in the 'Materials Available' column of the chart below. The entire Sounds of Science archival collection is open for research. Please see the finding aid for additional information about the collection.

Jump to Year: | 1960 | 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 |


Air Date(s) Episode Title Guest Speaker(s) Materials Available
August 27-28, 1960: IntroductionKarl O. Werwath
September 3-4, 1960: EnergyWalter DippoldTopic Outline: What, How, Why
September 10-11, 1960: Solar CellsWalter DippoldTopic Outline: What, How, Why
September 17-18, 1960: MetallurgyEdwin Meier, Jr.Topic Outline: What, How, Why
September 24-25, 1960: Automatic Digital ComputersDavid HaertelTopic Outline: What, How, Why
October 1-2, 1960: Inert Arc WeldingEdwin Meier, Jr.Topic Outline: What, How, Why
September 8-9, 1960: Introduction: Magneto Hydrodynamico (abbr. MHD)Joseph DeverseTopic Outline: What, How, Why
September 15-16, 1960: Conclusion: Magneto Hydrodynamico (abbr. MHD)Joseph DeverseFull Script
September 22-23, 1960: Fuel CellsJoseph DeverseFull Script
September 29-30, 1960: History of RadioHerbert WerwathFull Script
November 5-6, 1960: Amateur RadioDonald StenzFull Script
November 12-13, 1960: FM RadioNorbert VeerkampFull Script
November 19-20, 1960: Radar SystemsJoseph SitzwohlFull Script
November 26-27, 1960: Navigation EquipmentRichard RingleFull Script
December 3-4, 1960: TelevisionWilliam C. WinnFull Script
December 10-11, 1960: TransistorsJohn T. Snedeker, Jr.Full Script
December 17-18, 1960: Inertial GuidanceFrancis J. LofyFull Script
December 24-25, 1960: Instrumentation in MedicineDr. Robert L. StubbingsFull Script
December 31, 1960-January 1, 1961: Analog ComputersDavid HaertelFull Script
January 7-8, 1961: Future of ElectronicsNorbert VeerkampFull Script
January 14-15, 1961: Introduction to Electrical Power SeriesFred Van ZeelandFull Script
January 21-22, 1961: What is Electrical Power?Andrew ItzovFull Script
January 28-29, 1961: Generation, Transmission & Consumption of ElectricityR. NeitzelFull Script
February 4-5, 1961: Electrical Power in IndustryRalph WeyFull Script
February 11-12, 1961: Electricity in the HomeR. LadnerFull Script
February 18-19, 1961: Engineers' Week: The Technician on the Engineering Manpower TeamRichard UngrodtFull Script
February 18-19, 1961: Engineers' Week: The Technician on the Engineering Manpower TeamRichard Ungrodt
February 25-26, 1961: The Two and Four-Cycle EnginesKeith KummerFull Script
March 4-5, 1961: Diesel EnginesHarold OdegaardFull Script
March 11-12, 1961: Jet PropulsionKen JohnsonFull Script
March 18-19, 1961: The TurbineKen JohnsonFull Script
March 25-26, 1961: Stainless SteelEdwin A. Meyer, Jr.Full Script
April 1-2, 1961: Anodized AluminumEdwin A. Meyer, Jr.Full Script
April 8-9, 1961: The Earth SatelliteKenneth JohnsonFull Script
April 15-16, 1961: Satellites, Their PurposeKenneth JohnsonFull Script
April 22-23, 1961: Communication and Scientific ProgressEmil SymonikFull Script
April 29-30, 1961: PlasticsHarry G. SholesFull Script
May 6-7, 1961: CeramicsHarry G. SholesFull Script
May 13-14, 1961: The Story of HorsepowerHarry G. SholesFull Script
May 20-21, 1961: The PacemakerDr. Robert Stubbings
May 27-28, 1961: New Wonder DrugsDr. Robert Stubbings
June 3-4, 1961: Communism and KhrushchevBenjamin CywinskiFull Script
June 10-11, 1961: Aerodynamic HeatingKenneth JohnsonFull Script
June 17-18, 1961: The World We Live InKenneth Johnson
June 24-25, 1961: The Mystery of GravityKenneth JohnsonFull Script
September 16-17, 1961: Communism and Khrushchev [re-air?]Benjamin CywinshiFull Text of Report
October 28-29, 1961: The Story Behind Color TVWilliam C. WinnFull Script
November 4-5, 1961: The Television TapeWilliam C. WinnFull Script
November 11-12, 1961: Transistor Television is HereWilliam C. WinnFull Script
November 18-19, 1961: Industrial TelevisionWilliam C. WinnFull Script
November 25-26, 1961: TV From Outer SpaceWilliam C. WinnFull Script
December 2-3, 1961: What's Out There?Kenneth JohnsonFull Script
December 9-10, 1961: Supersonic FlightKenneth JohnsonFull Script
December 16-17, 1961: Rocket EnginesKenneth JohnsonFull Script
December 23-24, 1961: Physiological Effects of Space TravelKenneth JohnsonFull Script
December 30-31, 1961: Why Space Travel?Kenneth JohnsonFull Script
January 6-7, 1962: The Development of GlassHarry G. SholesFull Script
January 13-14, 1962: A World of GlassHarry G. SholesFull Script
January 20-21, 1962: Our Shatter-Proof Missile ProgramHarry G. SholesFull Script
January 27-28, 1962: New High Refractory GlassHarry G. SholesFull Script
February 3-4, 1962: The Wonders of Water GlassHarry G. SholesFull Script
February 10-11, 1962: National Electrical Week: The Need for TechniciansWilliam JelinskeFull Script
February 17-18, 1962: The Need for EngineersFred J. Van ZeelandFull Script
February 24-25, 1962: What is Radiation?Michael McKayFull Script
March 3-4, 1962: Sources of RadiationMichael McKayFull Script
March 10-11, 1962: Uses of RadiationMichael McKayFull Script
March 18-19, 1962: The Fallout ScareMichael McKayFull Script
March 24-25, 1962: How Does Fallout Affect You?Michael McKayFull Script
March 31-April 1, 1962: Galileo and the Effects of GravityNed SeachmanFull Script
April 7-8, 1962: Newton's Law of GravityNed SeachmanFull Script
April 14-15, 1962: The Cause of GravityNed SeachmanFull Script
April 21-22, 1962: Gravity and the Curvature of SpaceNed SeachmanFull Script
April 28-29, 1962: Anti-GravityNed SeachmanFull Script
May 26-27, 1962: Cooling Device of the FutureHerbert ThompsonFull Script
June 2-3, 1962: The World's Most Powerful Light RayHerbert ThompsonFull Script
October 13-14, 1962: Mechanical Engineering Applications of ScienceKeith F. KummerFull Script
November 3-4, 1962: What is Fluid Power?Russ HenkeFull Script
November 10-11, 1962: Applications of Fluid PowerRuss HenkeFull Script
November 17-18, 1962: Fluid Power's Contributions to Aircraft and Missile FieldsRuss HenkeFull Script
November 24-25, 1962: Industrial and Manufacturing Applications of Fluid PowerRuss HenkeFull Script
December 1-2, 1962: Mariner II Space Probe IKenneth JohnsonFull Script
December 8-9, 1962: Mariner II Space Probe IIKenneth JohnsonFull Script
December 15-16, 1962: The Gemini ProgramKenneth JohnsonFull Script
December 22-23, 1962: Project MercuryKenneth JohnsonFull Script
December 29-30, 1962: Rocket DesignKenneth JohnsonFull Script
January 5-6, 1963: Rocket FuelsKenneth JohnsonFull Script
January 19-20, 1963: Light SpeedEugene AlmFull Script
January 26-27, 1963: LightEugene AlmFull Script
February 2-3, 1963: Light and ColorEugene AlmFull Script
February 9-10, 1963: Causes and Sources of LightEugene AlmFull Script
February 16-17, 1963: The Laser: A New Type of Light SourceEugene AlmFull Script
February 23-24, 1963: TV on a Light BeamEugene AlmFull Script
March 2-3, 1963: [Re-run] Fluid PowerRuss Henke
March 9-10, 1963: Fluid Power InstituteRuss HenkeFull Script
March 23-24, 1963: Ion PropulsionMichael McKayFull Script
May 11-12, 1963: Astronomy: A Solar EclipseLewis A. RileyFull Script
October 24-25, 1964: Engineering Technology and the GovernmentKarl O. WerwathFull Script
October 31-November 1, 1964: The National Need for Engineering TechniciansKarl O. WerwathFull Script
November 7-8, 1964: The National Need for Engineering TechniciansKarl O. WerwathFull Script
November 14-15, 1964: How Much Does the Engineering Technician Earn?Karl O. WerwathFull Script
January 1-2, 1966: Problems in Rural Electrication DistributionRalph L. Harper
January 8-9, 1966: Do You Have Lights?Ralph L. Harper
January 15-16, 1966: Continuity of Electric Power ServiceRalph L. Harper
January 22-23, 1966: Restoring PowerRalph L. Harper
January 29-30, 1966: Preventive MaintenanceRalph L. Harper
February 5-6, 1966: Gemini Six and SevenKenneth L. Johnson
February 12-13, 1966: The Missions of Project GeminiKenneth L. Johnson
February 19-20, 1966: Re-entry from Outer SpaceKenneth L. Johnson
February 26-27, 1966: Fluid PowerAlfred J. Jacobs
March 5-6, 1966: Fluid Power at WorkAlfred J. Jacobs
March 12-13, 1966: Fluid Power in AircraftAlfred J. Jacobs
March 19-20, 1966: Fluid Power in IndustryAlfred J. Jacobs
March 26-27, 1966: What it Takes to be an Engineer IWilliam D. Jelinske
April 2-3, 1966: What it Takes to be an Engineer IIWilliam D. Jelinske
April 9-May 8, 1966: [5 Re-Run Episodes] Problems in Rural Electrication DistributionRalph L. Harper
May 15-16, 1966: Industrial Applications of ElectronicsArthur W. McConnell
May 21-22, 1966: Control Devices for WeldingArthur W. McConnell
May 28-June 5, 1966: [Re-runs] What it Takes to be an Engineer I & IIWilliam D. Jelinske
June 11-12, 1966: The Development of GlassAlvin H. W. Graske
June 18-19, 1966: The World of GlassAlvin H. W. Graske
June 25-26, 1966: Shatter-Proof GlassAlvin H. W. Graske
July 2-3, 1966: High Refractory GlassAlvin H. W. Graske
July 9-10, 1966: The Wonders of Water GlassAlvin H. W. Graske
July 9-10, 1966: The Wonders of Water GlassAlvin H. W. Graske
July 16-August 21, 1966: [6 Episodes] EnergyEugene J. Alm
August 27-28, 1966: The Wankel EngineKenneth L. Johnson
September 3-4, 1966: Problems in the Wankel EngineKenneth L. JohnsonFull Script
September 10-11, 1966: Advantages of the Wankel EngineKenneth L. JohnsonFull Script
September 17-18, 1966: Microminiaturization IDr. Robert Stubbings
September 24-25, 1966: Microminiaturization IIDr. Robert Stubbings
October 1-16, 1966: [3 Episodes] Computer ElectronicsLaird Beaver
October 22-30, 1966: [2 Episodes] PolymersRon Walling
November 5-13, 1966: [2 Episodes; Numbered 109 and 110]Ralph L. Harper
November 19-20, 1966: Control Engineering IFrank Cannon
November 26-27, 1966: Control Engineering IIFrank Cannon
December 3-11, 1966: [2 Episodes] Noise and EngineeringRalph L. Harper
December 17-25, 1966: [2 Episodes] RadiationJames E. MeccaFull Script for 12/25 "Detecting Radiation"
December 31, 1966-January 15, 1967: [3 Episodes] Numbering Systems; The New MathRalph L. Harper
January 28-February 4, 1967: [3 Episodes] Isotopes; Hazards of RadiationJames E. Mecca
February 11-March 4, 1967: [4 Re-runs; Numbered 123, 124, 125, and 126][No Host(s) Listed]
March 11-12, 1967: Wave MotionThomas A. Brewer
March 19-26, 1967: [2 Episodes] Aircraft PilotingKeith F. Kummer
April 1-May 7, 1967: [6 Re-runs; Numbered 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, and 135][No Host(s) Listed]
May 13-28, 1967: [3 Episodes] Power Tools Around the HouseJoseph A. Bachman
June 3-18, 1967: [3 Re-runs; Numbered 139, 140, and 141][No Host(s) Listed]
June 24-July 16, 1967: [4 Episodes] X-Rays, The BetatronDr. Charles J. Wunder
July 22-August 6, 1967: [3 Re-runs; Numbered 146, 147, and 148][No Host(s) Listed]
August 12-27, 1967: [3 Episodes] Advances in TechnologyDr. Norbert Veerkamp
September 2-17, 1967: [3 Episodes] Functions of EngineeringRalph L. Harper
September 23-October 1, 1967: [2 Episodes] Air ConditioningGerald C. Piette
October 7-29, 1967: [4 Re-runs; Numbered 157, 158, 159, and 160][No Host(s) Listed]
November 4-19, 1967: [3 Episodes] Architectural Engineering EducationWilliam H. Petsch
November 19-December 10, 1967: [2 Re-runs; Numbered 164, and 165][No Host(s) Listed]
December 16-31, 1967: [3 Episodes] Human Factors EngineeringEdwin A. Meier
January 6-7, 1968: New Laboratory: Analysis of Industrial WasteDr. Robert Stubbings
January 13-14, 1968: New LaboratoryAnalysis of Industrial Waste [II?]Dr. Robert Stubbings
January 20-21, 1968: Audio-Visual ActivitiesGerald J. Matselle
January 27-28, 1968: Usage of Audio-Visual AidsGerald J. Matselle
February 3-4, 1968: New TechniquesGerald J. Matselle
February 10-11, 1968: Fluid PowerRaymond P. Martin
February 17-18, 1968: FluidicsRaymond P. Martin
February 24-25, 1968: Fluidics [II?]Raymond P. Martin
March 3-4, 1968: [Re-run] Human Factors EngineeringEdwin Meier
March 10-11, 1968: [Re-run] Human Factors EngineeringEdwin Meier
March 17-18, 1968: [Re-run] Human Factors EngineeringEdwin Meier
March 24-25, 1968: Electric Power GenerationRalph L. Harper
March 30-31, 1968: Electric Power FoolingRalph L. Harper
April 6-7, 1968: [Re-run; Numbered 183][No Host(s) Listed]
April 13-14, 1968: [Re-run; Numbered 184][No Host(s) Listed]
April 20-21, 1968: [Re-run; Numbered 185][No Host(s) Listed]
April 27-28, 1968: Cosmic RadiationCarl Edmund
May 4-5, 1968: Radiation DetectionCarl Edmund
May 11-12, 1968: Accidents Around the HouseJoe Bachman
May 18-19, 1968: Safety in the HomeJoe Bachman
May 25-26, 1968: Do's and Don'tsJoe Bachman
June 1-2, 1968: Wind-Up ProgramJoe Bachman
June 8-9, 1968: Exploration of Earth Resources by Airborne DetectorsFrank Cannon
June 15-16, 1968: Exploration of Earth Resources by Airborne Detectors [II?]Frank Cannon
June 22-23, 1968: CryogenicsRalph L. HarperFull Script
June 29-30, 1968: LasersRalph L. Harper
July 6-7, 1968: RadarRalph L. Harper
July 13-14, 1968: Radar UsesRalph L. Harper
July 20-21, 1968: Welding and Welding TechniquesPaul Lindwuist
July 27-28, 1968: Welding and Welding TechniquesPaul Lindwuist
August 3-4, 1968: Welding and Welding TechniquesPaul Lindwuist
August 10-11, 1968: TransistorsRalph L. Harper
August 17-18, 1968: Industrial Applications of ElectronicsRalph L. Harper
August 24-25, 1968: [Episode Number 203][No Host(s) Listed]
August 31-September 1, 1968: [Episode Number 204][No Host(s) Listed]
September 7-22, 1968: [Episodes Numbered 205, 206, and 207] "Worthington Programs"[No Host(s) Listed]
September 28-29, 1968: New Shoe-Making ProcessDr. Robert Stubbings
October 5-6, 1968: VascarRalph L. Harper
October 12-13, 1968: LactoductsRalph L. Harper
October 20-November 10, 1968: [4 Episodes; Numbered 211, 212, 213, and 214]Dr. Charles J. Wunder
November 17-December 15, 1968: [5 Episodes; Numbered 215, 216, 217, 218, and 219]Ralph L. HarperFull Script for 12/14 "Laser Television"
December 21-22, 1968: Electronic Musical InstrumentsFrank Cannon
December 28-29, 1968: Electronic Speaker SystemsFrank Cannon
January 4-5, 1969: Electronic Musical EffectsFrank CannonFull Script
January 11-12, 1969: Mechanical Engineering in MedicineKenneth JohnsonFull Script
January 18-19, 1969: Electric-Mechanical Devices that Perform Physiological FunctionsVincent CaninoFull Script
January 25-26, 1969: Electronic Transducers for Measuring Physiological FunctionVincent CaninoFull Script
February 1-2, 1969: Computer Applications in Bio-Medical EngineeringVincent Canino
February 8-9, 1969: Human EngineeringDouglass ChewFull Script
February 15-16, 1969: Social Impact of EngineeringTimothy E. ClementsFull Script
February 22-23, 1969: Systems EngineeringEdwin A. MeierFull Script
March 1-2, 1969: Human Factors EngineeringEdwin A. Meier
March 8-9, 1969: Work Standards in IndustryKeith KummerFull Script
March 15-16, 1969: Planned ObsolescenceKeith KummerFull Script
March 22-23, 1969: Computers: Fundamental ConceptsCarl BaumanFull Script
March 29-30, 1969: Computer ApplicationsCarl BaumanFull Script
April 5-6, 1969: Computer FutureCarl Bauman
April 12-13, 1969: Computer Aided DesignTom Davis
April 19-20, 1969: Computer Aided Design [II]Tom Davis
April 26-27, 1969: Computer Aided Design [III]Tom Davis
May 3-4, 1969: Summation on ComputersEd Pateneaude
May 10-11, 1969: Dwindling Fuel ReservesJoe Deverse
May 17-18, 1969: Energy ConversionJoe Deverse
May 24-25, 1969: Direct ConversionJoe Deverse
May 31-June 1, 1969: Tapping the AtomJoe Deverse
June 7-8, 1969: Electric Energy ProcessesJohn SnedekerFull Script
June 14-15, 1969: Electric Generating PlantsJohn SnedekerFull Script
June 21-22, 1969: Computer Control in the Power IndustryJohn SnedekerFull Script
June 28-29, 1969: Summation on Power IndustryRalph L. Harper
July 5-6, 1969: The Future in Power DistributionRalph L. HarperFull Script
July 12-13, 1969: [Re-run] Carl Bauman Series on ComputersCarl Bauman
July 19-20, 1969: [Re-run] Carl Bauman Series on ComputersCarl Bauman
July 26-27, 1969: [Re-run] Carl Bauman Series on ComputersCarl Bauman
August 2-3, 1969: TransportationFrank CannonFull Script
August 9-10, 1969: TransportationFrank Cannon
August 16-17, 1969: [Re-run] CryogenicsRalph L. Harper
August 23-24, 1969: [Re-run] RadarRalph L. Harper
August 30-31, 1969: [Re-run] Laser Beamed TelevisionRalph L. Harper
September 6-7, 1969: [Re-run] Electronic Phenomenon from Outer SpaceRalph L. Harper
September 20-21, 1969: Short Walk AirportRalph L. HarperFull Script
September 27-28, 1969: Fine Particle TechnologyDr. Arthur Michael
October 4-5, 1969: Fine Particle TechnologyDr. Arthur Michael
October 11-12, 1969: Automotive Exhaust AbatementTom Johnson
October 18-19, 1969: Automotive Exhaust AbatementTom Johnson
October 25-26, 1969: Automotive FuelsKenneth Johnson
November 1-2, 1969: Automotive FuelsKenneth Johnson
November 8-9, 1969: Environmental ControlJerry Piette
November 15-16, 1969: Air ConditioningJerry Piette
November 22-23, 1969: Water Pumping SystemsPaul Gutting
November 29-30, 1969: Water Pumping SystemsPaul Gutting
December 6-7, 1969: [Re-run] Power GenerationRalph L. Harper
December 13-14, 1969: [Re-run] Future in Power GenerationRalph L. Harper
December 20-21, 1969: Cooking By RadarRalph L. Harper
December 27-28, 1969: Cooking By RadarRalph L. Harper
January 3-4, 1970: Science in IndiaVincent Z. Kuttemperoor
January 10-11, 1970: Technicians, Scientists, and EngineersRalph L. Harper
January 17-18, 1970: Technicians, Scientists, and EngineersRalph L. Harper
January 24-25, 1970: Computers and ManagementRalph L. Harper
January 31-February 1, 1970: Computers and ManagementRalph L. Harper
February 7-8, 1970: The Apollo MissileMatt G. Bushner
February 14-15, 1970: The Apollo FlightMatt G. Bushner
February 21-22, 1970: Intertial GuidanceCarl Edmund
February 28-March 1, 1970: Intertial GuidanceCarl Edmund
March 7-8, 1970: MicrowavesGarnier
March 14-15, 1970: Microwaves in Home and IndustryGarnier
March 21-22, 1970: Microwaves: The FutureGarnier
March 28-29, 1970: Apollo 13NASA
April 4-5, 1970: Apollo 13NASA
April 11-12, 1970: Social Impact of TechnologyDr. Jaggard
April 18-19, 1970: The Social EngineerDr. Jaggard
April 25-26, 1970: Social Problems TodayDr. Jaggard
May 2-3, 1970: New TrendsDr. Jaggard
May 9-10, 1970: RadioRay Palmer
May 16-17, 1970: TechniquesRay Palmer
May 23-24, 1970: Planetary CommunicationRay Palmer
May 30-31, 1970: Electric MotorsNeil Matthes
June 06-07, 1970: In Home and IndustryNeil Matthes
June 13-14, 1970: Future ApplicationsNeil Matthes
June 20, 1970: Health PhysicsJames E. Pollock
June 27, 1970: Radiation ExposureJames E. Pollock
July 4, 1970: Exposure and ControlJames E. Pollock
July 11, 1970: Enzyme Detergents as PollutantsPatricia Wesley
July 18, 1970: Industraial PollutionDr. Robert Stubbings
July 25, 1970: Pollution ControlDr. Robert Stubbings
August 1-2, 1970: Air Thermal PollutionKenneth L. Johnson
August 8-9, 1970: Water Thermal PollutionKenneth L. Johnson
August 15-16, 1970: Water Thermal PollutionKenneth L. Johnson
August 22-23, 1970: Air Pollution IIKenneth L. Johnson
August 29-30, 1970: Air Pollution IIIKenneth L. Johnson
September 5-6, 1970: Air Pollution IVKenneth L. Johnson
September 12-13, 1970: SummaryKenneth L. Johnson
September 19-20, 1970: Neutron ActivationVincent Z. Kuttemperoor
September 26-27, 1970: LasersPeter Sorenson
October 3-4, 1970: Cooperative Program of EducationRalph L. Harper
October 10-11, 1970: Benefits of the Cooperative ProgramRalph L. Harper
October 17-18, 1970: Tire TractionRalph L. Harper
October 24-25, 1970: Communication TechniquesRalph L. Harper
October 31-November 1, 1970: Automatic Meter ReadingRalph L. Harper
November 8-9, 1970: Automatic Meter ReadingRalph L. Harper
November 14-December 13, 1970: [Re-runs, 5 Episodes] Thermal Air and Water PollutionKenneth L. Johnson
December 19-20, 1970: Water Resources in WisconsinRalph L. Harper
December 26-27, 1970: Water Resources in WisconsinRalph L. Harper
January 2-3, 1971: Telephones for the HandicappedRalph L. HarperFull Script
January 9-February 7, 1971: [5 Episodes] Mass Transportation I-VKenneth L. JohnsonFull scripts for all 5
February 27-March 21, 1971: [4 Episodes] Paper I-IVFrank Dummann
March 27-April 11, 1971: [3 Episodes] Controversy in Power I-IIIRalph L. HarperFull scripts for all 3
April 17-May 3, 1971: [Re-Runs; 3 Episodes][No Host(s) Listed]
May 8-16, 1971: [2 Episodes] Complex NumbersAndrew SchmirlerFull scripts for both
May 22-23, 1971: Remote Sensing DevicesRalph L. HarperFull Script
May 30-31, 1971: Remote Sensing DevicesRalph L. HarperFull Script
June 5-6, 1971: Careers in EngineeringJoseph Sitzwohl
June 12-13, 1971: Forest Fire DetectionRalph L. HarperFull Script
June 19-July 4, 1971: [3 Episodes] The Metric System I-IIIRalph L. HarperFull scripts for all 3
July 10-11, 1971: Analog Computers in EngineeringBernard Budny
July 17-18, 1971: Noise PollutionBernard Budny
July 25-August 22, 1971: [Re-Runs, 5 Episodes][No Host(s) Listed]
August 28-29, 1971: Mini-ComputersFrancis V. Cannon, Jr.Full Script
September 4-5, 1971: Mini-ComputersFrancis V. Cannon, Jr.
September 11-12, 1971: [Re-run][No Host(s) Listed]
September 18-19, 1971: [Re-run][No Host(s) Listed]
September 25-26, 1971: Rough PavementsRalph L. Harper
October 2-3, 1971: [Re-run][No Host(s) Listed]
October 9-10, 1971: Scale Models and Mathematical ModelsEugene J. Alm
October 16-17, 1971: Scale Models and Mathematical ModelsEugene J. Alm
October 23-24, 1971: Scale Models and Mathematical ModelsEugene J. Alm
October 30-31, 1971: Space Program FutureKenneth L. Johnson
November 6-7, 1971: Space LaboratoryKenneth L. Johnson
November 13-14, 1971: Space Shuttle and TugKenneth L. Johnson
November 20-21, 1971: Aircraft DevelopmentsKenneth L. Johnson
November 27-28, 1971: Engineering-ProfessionOwen S. Purigan
December 4-5, 1971: Engineering-CareerOwen S. Purigan
December 11-12, 1971: Engineering-BackgroundOwen S. Purigan
December 18-19, 1971: Teaching MachinesBarbara Klaeser
December 25-26, 1971: Teaching Machines-TypesBarbara Klaeser
January 1-2, 1972: Teaching Machines-SpecializedBarbara Klaeser
January 8-9, 1972: Desalting Sea WaterCarl Edmund
January 15-16, 1972: Using Nuclear EnergyCarl Edmund
January 22-23, 1972: Social Impact of ComputersCarl Baumann
January 29-30, 1972: Social Impact of ComputersCarl Baumann
February 5-6, 1972: Social Impact of ComputersCarl Baumann
February 12-13, 1972: Computers and the Stock MarketArlen Parker
February 19-20, 1972: Computers and the Stock MarketArlen Parker
February 26-27, 1972: Computers and the Stock MarketArlen Parker
March 4-5, 1972: Non-Euclidean GeometryPeter Kuhfittig
March 11-12, 1972: Non-Euclidean GeometryPeter Kuhfittig
March 18-19, 1972: Science FictionCarol Schueller
March 25-26, 1972: Science FictionCarol Schueller
April 1-2, 1972: Science FictionCarol Schueller
April 8-9, 1972: [No Topic Listed]Thomas Brewer
April 15-16, 1972: [No Topic Listed]Thomas Brewer
April 22-23, 1972: Nuclear and Conventional Power PlantsRichard Higgins
April 29-30, 1972: Nuclear and Conventional Power PlantsRichard Higgins
May 6-7, 1972: Applications-Geometry-TrigonometryAndy Schmirler
May 13-14, 1972: Applications-Geometry-TrigonometryAndy Schmirler
May 20-21, 1972: The Wankel EngineGerald C. Piette
May 27-28, 1972: The Wankel EngineGerald C. Piette
June 3-4, 1972: Industrial Engineering and TechnologyRobert J. Rudolph
June 10-11, 1972: Industrial Engineering and TechnologyRobert J. Rudolph
June 17-18, 1972: The MeterMatt G. Bushner
June 24-25, 1972: The Atomic ClockMatt G. Bushner
July 1-2, 1972: How to Take a Sample of River Water and Analyze it for PollutionDr. Eugene Magnuson and William Koepsel
July 8-9, 1972: How to Take a Sample of River Water and Analyze it for PollutionDr. Eugene Magnuson and William Koepsel
July 15-16, 1972: How to Take a Sample of River Water and Analyze it for PollutionDr. Eugene Magnuson and William Koepsel
July 22-23, 1972: The Development of Radio at MSOEKarl O. Werwath
July 29-30, 1972: Engineering-Yesterday and TodayKarl O. Werwath
August 5-6, 1972: Engineering-TomorrowKarl O. Werwath
August 12-September 17, 1972: [Re-runs, 6 Episodes][No Host(s) Listed]
September 23-24, 1972: Psychology-The Science of Human BehaviorDouglas Chew
September 30-October 1, 1972: Psychology-The Science of Human BehaviorDouglas Chew
October 7-8, 1972: Psychology-The Science of Human BehaviorDouglas Chew
October 14-15, 1972: Psychology-The Science of Human BehaviorDouglas Chew
October 21-22, 1972: The Problem of Mathematical TruthDr. Peter Kuhfittig
October 28-29, 1972: Mathematical Truth and AcceptabilityDr. Peter Kuhfittig
November 4-5, 1972: Nuclear MedicineVincent Z. Kuttemperoor
November 11-12, 1972: Nuclear MedicineVincent Z. Kuttemperoor
November 18-19, 1972: Nuclear MedicineVincent Z. Kuttemperoor
November 25-26, 1972: Adult EducationJames Nusslock
December 2-3, 1972: Adult EducationJames Nusslock
December 9-10, 1972: Adult EducationJames Nusslock
December 16-17, 1972: Adequate Home WiringHerbert D. Werwath
December 23-24, 1972: Ground Fault Circuit InterruptionHerbert D. Werwath
December 30-31, 1972: Moon RocksBarbara M. Klaeser
January 6-7, 1973: Moon Rocks IIBarbara M. Klaeser
January 13-14, 1973: Lighting in the HomeRalph H. Wey
January 20-21, 1973: Value EngineeringEdwin T. Sherwood
January 27-28, 1973: Value EngineeringEdwin T. Sherwood
February 3-4, 1973: Value EngineeringEdwin T. Sherwood
February 17-18, 1973: The Metric SystemGeorge Edenherder
February 24-25, 1973: The Metric SystemGeorge Edenherder
March 3-4, 1973: The Metric SystemGeorge Edenherder
March 10-11, 1973: RadiographyJames Burkhart
March 17-18, 1973: RadiographyJames Burkhart
March 24-25, 1973: PlasticsRonald Walling
March 31-April 1, 1973: EpoxiesRonald Walling
April 7-8, 1973: Fatigue in MetalsAlden Q. Beaty
April 14-15, 1973: Fatigue in MetalsAlden Q. Beaty
April 21-22, 1973: Fatigue in MetalsAlden Q. Beaty
April 28-29, 1973: Fatigue in MetalsAlden Q. Beaty
May 5-6, 1973: Fatigue in MetalsAlden Q. Beaty
May 12-13, 1973: Powder MetallurgyThomas R. Gaulke
May 19-20, 1973: Powder MetallurgyThomas R. Gaulke
May 26-27, 1973: Powder MetallurgyThomas R. Gaulke
June 2-3, 1973: Facts and Fallacies About the Study of MathematicsDorothy J. Johnson
June 9-10, 1973: Facts and Fallacies About EngineeringEd Johnson
June 16-17, 1973: Facts and Fallacies About EngineeringEd Johnson
June 23-24, 1973: Facts and Fallacies About EngineeringEd Johnson
June 30-July 1, 1973: Air ConditioningPerry O'Brien
July 8-9, 1973: Air ConditioningPerry O'Brien
July 14-15, 1973: Cholesteric Liquid CrystalsWilliam L. Olson
July 21-22, 1973: Nematic Liquid CrystalsWilliam L. Olson
July 28-29, 1973: Light Emitting DiodesWilliam L. Olson
August 4-5, 1973: Methods EngineeringEd Johnston
August 11-12, 1973: Methods EngineeringEd Johnston
August 18-19, 1973: Methods EngineeringEd Johnston
August 25-26, 1973: Transmission of EnergyDonald W. Petzold
September 1-2, 1973: Transmission of EnergyDonald W. Petzold
September 8-9, 1973: [Re-run][No Host(s) Listed]
September 15-16, 1973: Medical ElectronicsDuane Decker
September 22-23, 1973: Medical ElectronicsDuane Decker
September 29-30, 1973: Bio-Medical ElectronicsDuane Decker
October 6-7, 1973: The Energy CrisisEugene J. Alm
October 13-14, 1973: The Energy CrisisEugene J. Alm
October 20-21, 1973: The Energy CrisisEugene J. Alm
October 27-28, 1973: The Energy CrisisEugene J. Alm
November 3-4, 1973: The Energy CrisisEugene J. Alm
November 10-11, 1973: The Comet KohoutekCarl Edmund
November 17-18, 1973: The Comet KohoutekCarl Edmund
November 24-25, 1973: The Comet KohoutekCarl Edmund
December 1-2, 1973: Automotive RadarEd Johnson
December 8-9, 1973: Automotive RadarEd Johnson
December 15-16, 1973: Can Machines Think?Peter Kuhfittig
December 22-23, 1973: Can Machines Think?Peter Kuhfittig
December 29-30, 1973: [Re-run] Facts and Fallacies About the Teaching of MathematicsDorothy Johnson
January 5-6, 1974: [Re-run] Facts and Fallacies About the Teaching of MathematicsDorothy Johnson
January 12-13, 1974: [No Topic Listed]Thomas R. Gaulke
January 19-20, 1974: [Re-run?] Powder MetallurgyThomas R. Gaulke
January 26-27, 1974: [Re-run][No Host(s) Listed]
February 2, 1974: Bio-Medical EngineeringNancy Sobzcak
February 9, 1974: Bio-Medical EngineeringNancy Sobzcak
February 16, 1974: Bio-Medical EngineeringNancy Sobzcak
February 23, 1974: National Engineers' WeekFrank Cannon
March 2, 1974: National Engineers' WeekFrank Cannon
March 23, 1974: Heat TransferLloyd Vlies
March 30, 1974: Heat TransferLloyd Vlies
April 6, 1974: Heat TransferLloyd Vlies
April 13, 1974: Ultra High Pressure EngineeringDr. Ralph Stajdohar
April 20, 1974: Hand CalculatorsTom Davis
April 27, 1974: Hand CalculatorsTom Davis
May 4, 1974: TransistorsJim Moorman
May 11, 1974: TransistorsJim Moorman
May 18, 1974: TransistorsJim Moorman
May 26, 1974: Engineering GraphicsMarvin Dollman
June 1, 1974: Engineering GraphicsMarvin Dollman
June 8, 1974: Engineering GraphicsMarvin Dollman
June 15-16, 1974: The Fibonacci SeriesCarl Baumann
June 22-23, 1974: The Grand EquationCarl Baumann
June 29-30, 1974: [No Topic Listed]Carl Baumann
July 6-7, 1974: [No Topic Listed]Carl Baumann
July 13-14, 1974: A Project to Overcome Sudden Infant DeathEd Johnson
July 20-21, 1974: A Project to Overcome Sudden Infant DeathEd Johnson
July 27-28, 1974: Fluid Power: Its Principles and Uses Part 1Ken JohnsonFull Script
August 3-4, 1974: Fluid Power: Its Principles and Uses Part 2Ken Johnson
August 10-11, 1974: [No Topic Listed]Ken Johnson
August 17-18, 1974: Bio-Medical EngineeringNancy Sobczak
August 24-25, 1974: [No Topic Listed] Nancy Sobczak
August 31-September 1, 1974: [No Topic Listed] Nancy Sobczak
September 14-15, 1974: Simplified Feedback in the Treatment of Eye DisordersLarry Fennigkoh
September 21-22, 1974: Simplified Feedback in the Treatment of Eye DisordersLarry Fennigkoh
September 28-29, 1974: Simplified Feedback in the Treatment of Eye DisordersLarry Fennigkoh
October 5-6, 1974: No Topic ListedLarry Fennigkoh
October 12-13, 1974: The Employment Market for Engineers and TechniciansOwen Durigan
October 19-20, 1974: The Employment Market for Engineers and TechniciansOwen Durigan
October 19-20, 1974: The Employment Market for Engineers and TechniciansOwen Durigan
October 26-27, 1974: Illumination Vs. Energy CrisisRalph Wey
November 2-3, 1974: [Re-run][No Topic Listed][No Host(s) Listed]
November 9-10, 1974: [Re-run][No Topic Listed][No Host(s) Listed]
November 16-17, 1974: Safety in Nuclear PowerEd Johnson
November 23-24, 1974: Plants; HolographyEd Johnson
November 30-December 1, 1974: [No Topic Listed]Ed Johnson
December 7-8, 1974: MagnetohydrodynamicsJohn Wagner
December 14-15, 1974: Integrated Optical CircuitsPeter Smith
December 21-22, 1974: Automobile Air PollutionDaniel Zahnow
December 28-29, 1974: The Catalytic ConverterSteven Otto
January 4-5, 1975: Total Communication: A System for the FutureMark Barian
January 11-12, 1975: Total Communication: A System for the FutureMark Barian
January 18-19, 1975: Project IndependenceDr. Ralph Stajdohar
January 25-26, 1975: [No Topic Listed]Dr. Ralph Stajdohar
February 1-2, 1975: Breeder ReactorsDr. Ralph Stajdohar
February 7-8, 1975: Fusion TechniquesDr. Ralph Stajdohar
February 14-15, 1975: Present Economic SituationOwen Durigan
February 21-22, 1975: EconomyOwen Durigan
February 28-March 1, 1975: The EconomyOwen Durigan
March 8-9, 1975: The EconomyOwen Durigan
March 15-16, 1975: Nuclear Energy-ReactorsVincent Z. KuttemperoorFull Script
March 22-23, 1975: Nuclear EnergyVincent Z. KuttemperoorFull Script
March 29-30, 1975: Deuterium FuelVincent Z. KuttemperoorFull Script
April 5, 1975: The New Mathematics-Is it Really Better?Dr. Peter Kuhfittig
April 12, 1975: The New Mathematics-Is it Really Better?Dr. Peter Kuhfittig
April 18, 1975: The New Mathematics-Is it Really Better?Dr. Peter Kuhfittig
April 26, 1975: Fluid Power-EnergyDr. John O. Slater
May 3, 1975: Fluid Power-EnergyDr. John O. Slater
May 10, 1975: Fluid Power-EnergyDr. John O. Slater
May 17-18, 1975: ObservatoriesPerry O'Brien
May 24-25, 1975: The Arecibo TelescopePerry O'Brien
May 31-June 1, 1975: Automatic ControlsJohn Mitchell
June 8-9, 1975: Automatic ControlsJohn Mitchell
June 15-16, 1975: Automatic ControlsJohn Mitchell
June 22-23, 1975: SciencePerry O'Brien
June 28-29, 1975: The Inception of Sigma XIPerry O'Brien
July 5-6, 1975: The Inception of Sigma XIPerry O'Brien
July 12-13, 1975: The Family Tree of SciencePerry O'Brien
July 19-20, 1975: The Apollo-Soyus Space MissionEd Johnson
July 26-27, 1975: AstronomyHarvey Lindeman
August 2-3, 1975: AstronomyHarvey Lindeman
August 9-10, 1975: Photo-Electric PhotometerDwight HarrisFull Script
August 16-17, 1975: CometsDwight HarrisFull Script
August 23-24, 1975: Fluid Power in EnglandJames D. Hamilton
August 30-31, 1975: Hydraulic EquipmentH. Y. "Skip" Smith
September 6-7, 1975: [Re-run][No Topic Listed][No Host(s) Listed]
September 13-14, 1975: Computerized PricingPerry O'BrienFull Script
September 20-21, 1975: Computerized PricingPerry O'BrienFull Script
September 27-28, 1975: Technical TranslationPerry O'BrienFull Script
October 4-5, 1975: Kirlian PhotographyEd JohnsonFull Script
October 11-12, 1975: Kirlian PhotographyEd JohnsonFull Script
October 18-19, 1975: Some Aspects of MetricationHans SchroederFull Script
October 25-26, 1975: Some Aspects of MetricationHans SchroederFull Script
November 1-2, 1975: The Engineering Technologist: Coming, Ready or NotRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
November 8-9, 1975: The Engineering Technologist: Coming, Ready or NotRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
November 15-16, 1975: The Engineering Technologist: Coming, Ready or NotRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
November 22-23, 1975: The Engineering Technologist: Coming, Ready or NotRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
November 29-30, 1975: The Engineering Technologist: Coming, Ready or NotRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
December 6-7, 1975: Plastics in Our LivesDennis P. TroncaFull Script
December 13-14, 1975: Plastics in Our LivesDennis P. TroncaFull Script
December 20-21, 1975: Dr. George Washington CarverEd JohnsonFull Script
December 27-28, 1975: Dr. George Washington CarverEd JohnsonFull Script
January 3-4, 1976: Dr. George Washington CarverEd Johnson
January 10-11, 1976: Dr. George Washington CarverEd JohnsonFull Script
January 17-18, 1976: Dr. George Washington CarverEd JohnsonFull Script
January 24-25, 1976: Technology 200 Years AgoRobert SchultzFull Script
January 31-February 1, 1976: Technology 200 Years AgoRobert SchultzFull Script
February 7-8, 1976: Technology 200 Years AgoRobert SchultzFull Script
February 14-15, 1976: Will Our Future Energy Options Be Limited by Material Shortages?Dr. Ralph StajdoharFull Script
February 21-22, 1976: Will Our Future Energy Options Be Limited by Material Shortages?Dr. Ralph StajdoharFull Script
February 28-29, 1976: Will Our Future Energy Options Be Limited by Material Shortages?Dr. Ralph StajdoharFull Script
March 6-7, 1976: Sailing the Seven Seas AgainEd JohnsonFull Script
March 13-14, 1976: Sailing the Seven Seas AgainEd JohnsonFull Script
March 20-21, 1976: Sailing the Seven Seas AgainEd JohnsonFull Script
March 27-28, 1976: The Art of Getting There-At SeaRobert SchultzFull Script
April 3-4, 1976: The Shrinking World of ElectronicsPaul R. Knauer, Jr.Full Script
April 10-11, 1976: Have We Lost Our Imaginations?Paul R. Knauer, Jr.Full Script
April 17-18, 1976: Ingenious PractitionersRobert SchultzFull Script
April 24-25, 1976: Ingenious PractitionersRobert SchultzFull Script
May 1-2, 1976: Ingenious PractitionersRobert SchultzFull Script
May 8-9, 1976: NoiseRobert SchultzFull Script
May 15-16, 1976: NoiseRobert SchultzFull Script
May 22-23, 1976: Historic ArchitectureCraig TobinFull Script
May 29-30, 1976: Historic ArchitectureThomas JacobiFull Script
June 5-6, 1976: Historic ArchitectureThomas JacobiFull Script
June 12-13, 1976: Our Expanding TechnologyRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
June 19-20, 1976: Our Expanding TechnologyRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
June 26-27, 1976: Our Expanding TechnologyRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
July 3-4, 1976: Our Expanding TechnologyRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
July 10-11, 1976: Bio-ConversionRobert SchultzFull Script
July 17-18, 1976: Bio-ConversionRobert SchultzFull Script
July 24-25, 1976: The DollarAndy SchmirlerFull Script
July 31-August 1, 1976: The DollarAndy SchmirlerFull Script
August 7-8, 1976: The DollarAndy SchmirlerFull Script
August 14-15, 1976: The Ingenious PractitionersRobert Schultz
August 21-22, 1976: The Ingenious PractitionersRobert Schultz
August 28-29, 1976: The Ingenious PractitionersRobert Schultz
September 4-5, 1976: [Re-run][No Topic Listed][No Host(s) Listed]
September 11-12, 1976: [Re-run][No Topic Listed][No Host(s) Listed]
September 18-19, 1976: The Fibonacci Numbers in NatureDorothy JohnsonFull Script
September 25-26, 1976: The Mathematics of ProbabilityDorothy JohnsonFull Script
October 2-3, 1976: The Mathematics of Probability IIDorothy JohnsonFull Script
October 9-10, 1976: The Mathematics of Probability IIIDorothy JohnsonFull Script
October 16-17, 1976: Solar Energy ConversionMichael GaudyFull Script
October 23-24, 1976: Solar Energy ConversionMichael GaudyFull Script
October 30-31, 1976: Solar Energy ConversionMichael GaudyFull Script
November 7, 1976: Biological RhythmsRobert SchultzFull Script
November 14, 1976: Biological RhythmsRobert SchultzFull Script
November 21, 1976: The Dichotomy in Engineering EducationRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
November 28, 1976: The Dichotomy in Engineering EducationRichard J. Ungrodt
December 5, 1976: Scientific Instruction in Early AmericaRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
December 12, 1976: Scientific Instruction in Early AmericaRichard J. Ungrodt
December 19, 1976: The Technical InstitutesRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
December 26, 1976: Projections for the FutureRichard J. UngrodtFull Script
April 3, 1977: WindmillsPerry O'BrienFull Script
April 10, 1977: WindmillsPerry O'BrienFull Script
April 17, 1977: WindmillsPerry O'BrienFull Script
April 24, 1977: WindmillsPerry O'BrienFull Script
May 1, 1977: Hot Air BalloonsBarbara J. JonesFull Script
May 8, 1977: DirigiblesBarbara J. JonesFull Script
May 15, 1977: The LitstarBarbara J. JonesFull Script
BACK TO TOP

Walter Schroeder Library Home | About the Digital Collections | FAQ