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Apply Now: Student Master Class with NPR’s Terry Gross


February 1, 2019

April 10, 2018, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Gerri C. LeBow Hall 367
Apply Now to Attend

Before she delivers the 2019 College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Lecture on April 10, join us for a special master class with Terry Gross, host of the Peabody Award-winning public radio program “Fresh Air.” Apply now to be one of only 10 CoAS students who will meet and learn from National Public Radio’s foremost interviewer.

Let us know — in any format — why you want to participate in the master class with this form. Responses due Friday, March 15, 2019.

Terry Gross
Terry Gross

About “Fresh Air”

Featuring intimate conversations covering popular culture and contemporary arts and issues, “Fresh Air” with Terry Gross is one of public radio’s most popular weekday programs. It is broadcast on more than 624 NPR stations across the country, as well as on Europe’s World Radio Network, with nearly 5 million listeners. In 2015, “Fresh Air” was the No. 1 most downloaded podcast on iTunes. “Fresh Air” has received a number of awards, including the prestigious Peabody Award in 1994 for its “probing questions, revelatory interviews and unusual insight.”

About Terry Gross

Terry Gross has received numerous awards honoring her contributions to radio and public advocacy work. In 2010, she became the fourth recipient of the Modern Language Association’s Phyllis Franklin Award for Public Advocacy of the Humanities and, in 2011, she received the Authors Guild Award for Distinguished Service to the Literary Community. In 2015, she was awarded a National Humanities Medal from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The recipient of honorary degrees from Drexel University, Haverford College and Princeton University, Gross is also the author of “All I Did Was Ask: Conversations with Writers, Actors, Musicians and Artists,” published by Hyperion in 2004.

Learn more about the College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Lecture with Terry Gross.