January 25, 2008
Cable TV Show Features Interview with Oregon Law Dean Margaret Paris January 28-30
Margaret Paris, University of Oregon School of Law Dean, will be featured on UO Today, a cable television show. The interview will be broadcast on eight cable television stations throughout Oregon for three days, Monday, Jan. 28 to Wednesday, Jan. 30. During the interview, Dean Paris discusses her professional background, Oregon Law’s Centers of Excellence, the financial pressures on law students and efforts underway to relieve them and her vision for Oregon Law.
In the Eugene/Springfield area, the UO Today show featuring Dean Paris will be broadcast on Monday, Jan. 28, at noon and midnight, on Community Television of Lane County (CTV), Channel 29; Tuesday, Jan. 29, at 11:30 p.m., on CTV; and Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 11:30 a.m., on CTV, and 8 p.m. on Educational Access Television, Channel 23.
UO Today is produced by the Oregon Humanities Center and hosted by Steve Shankman, the center’s director. Each week, Shankman interviews UO faculty, staff and visiting lecturers about their research and interests for the 30-minute show.
For a complete list of channels and viewing times, visit the UO Today Web site.