Charlottesville Right Now– Dr. Mark Lepsch talks cutting edge medical technology

 Charlottesville--Right Now, Interviews, WINA  Comments Off on Charlottesville Right Now– Dr. Mark Lepsch talks cutting edge medical technology
Oct 072010
 

Dr. Mark Lepsch

Dr. Mark Lepsch joins Coy to discuss the latest in hospital technology being used at the University of Virginia.  Is UVA hospital going paperless?  Listen to the interview to find out.


Lepsch was last on the program on March 24, 2010.

Vivek Kundra, Chief Technology Officer for the District of Columbia

 Charlottesville--Right Now  Comments Off on Vivek Kundra, Chief Technology Officer for the District of Columbia
Jul 292008
 

Vivek Kundra is the Chief Technology Officer for Washington, D.C. and formerly the Assistant Secretary for Commerce and Trade for the Commonwealth of Virginia. He joined Coy Barefoot on the July 28, 2008 edition of WINA’s “Charlottesville–Right Now” to talk about the transition from Richmond to D.C., what he does in is position, and how he’s helping transform the way D.C. does business.

Before Florida; A History of Voting Technology

 History, National politics, UVA  Comments Off on Before Florida; A History of Voting Technology
Jan 302008
 

For more than a century, voting machines have helped shape American political history. The chaos of the 2000 presidential election in Florida and the alleged election fraud in Ohio during 2004, which led to testimony before congress about computer programs that could rig an election, demonstrate the crucial role that voting machines play in shaping the outcome of an election. Bryan Pfaffenberger, a historian of science and an associate professor at the University of Virginia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, believes there is value in understanding that the interaction between technology and culture has been going on for more than a century.

For more information about the show or to see the full text, visit the Oscar Show’s blog.