Reflections in Time: Interview with John Kasher, 2001

In January of 2001, John Kasher, University of Nebraska at Omaha Professor (1968-) of Physics, was interviewed by Jack Newton for Reflections in Time. Professor John Kasher was born in Urbana, IL. His family moved to Omaha when he was seven years old and he attended Saint Cecilia Elementary School. After graduating from Omaha Creighton High Prep High School in 1956, John Kasher served and taught as a Jesuit for the next ten years. He received a B.S. in physics from Spring Hill College in Mobile, AL, and an M.S. (1964) and Ph.D.(1971) in physics from Boston College. In 1985, Professor John Kasher received the UNO Excellence in Teaching Award. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/oLGzBsArB3M, UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 00:59:03
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Abstract/Description: In January of 2001, John Kasher, University of Nebraska at Omaha Professor (1968-) of Physics, was interviewed by Jack Newton for Reflections in Time. Professor John Kasher was born in Urbana, IL. His family moved to Omaha when he was seven years old and he attended Saint Cecilia Elementary School. After graduating from Omaha Creighton High Prep High School in 1956, John Kasher served and taught as a Jesuit for the next ten years. He received a B.S. in physics from Spring Hill College in Mobile, AL, and an M.S. (1964) and Ph.D.(1971) in physics from Boston College. In 1985, Professor John Kasher received the UNO Excellence in Teaching Award. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/oLGzBsArB3M
Subject(s): Kasher, John
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Interviews
Date Created: 2001

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