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Dr. François Sauer has done a number of interviews since writing his book, Relearn, Evolve, and Adapt.

Links to these interviews are listed below.  To listen to the audio interviews, please click the title in the gray box (mp3 player) to the right.

Video Interviews

 

  • Vy Summit - Feb 2010 - Hot Seat:  Dr. Sauer is interviewed at the Feb 2010 Vy Summit in New Orleans.  Click the following link to view the interview:  

 

Vy Summit - Feb 2010 - Hot Seat -François Sauer Interview

Radio/Audio Interviews

  1. Heartland Business Exchange Interview 1 of 2: Dr. Sauer is interviewed on 6/25/2009 by Steve Johns and Dr. Steve Cohen on their weekly radio show, The Exchange, which is broadcast in Kansas City, Missouri, on KXTR 1660 AM.  Steve Johns is with the Heartland Business Exchange, and Dr. Steve Cohen is with the Labor Management Advisory Group.  (Length:  30 minutes)
  2. Heartland Business Exchange Interview 2 of 2: This is the second of two interviews in which Dr. Sauer discusses his new book with Steve Johns and Dr. Steve Cohen on their weekly radio program, The Exchange broadcast on KXTR 1660 AM. Steve Johns is with the Heartland Business Exchange, and Dr. Steve Cohen is with the Labor Management Advisory Group.  (Length:  30 minutes)
  3. Stu Taylor Equity Strategies Interview: Dr. Sauer is interviewed by Stu Taylor on his Equity Strategies radio program on 6/28/2009, which is heard on Radio America.  (Length:  21 minutes)
  4. Douglas E. Caldwell Interview: Dr. Sauer is interviewed by Douglas E. Caldwell, Editor and Publisher of the Central Valley Business Times, on 7/28/2009. (Length:  12 minutes)
  5. Carma Spence-Pothitt Interview: Dr. Sauer is interviewed on 8/4/2009 by Carma Spence-Pothitt regarding his new book Relearn, Evolve and Adapt.  (Length:  61 minutes)

Magazine/Newspaper Articles

Additional Articles/Links

  • The following extract is taken from the remarks of Nina V. Fedoroff, Ph.D., to the Commission on Science and Technology for Development, Eleventh Session, in Geneva Switzerland, on May 26, 2008:

"Collaborating – whether in research or business or any other domain – once meant communicating by telephone and mail and occasionally traveling to a distant site. Today we have the ability to interact with people halfway around the world – in real time and face-to-face.

This capacity has enormous implications for education at all levels – worldwide. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology OpenCourseWare project has made all the university’s courses available free to anyone in the world with Internet access. The Supercourse project at the University of Pittsburgh provides access to the PowerPoint presentations of some 55,000 lectures of outstanding scientists – free. And professors can teach students on the other side of the world using digital video conferencing."

The entire transcript of Dr. Fedoroff's remarks to the Commission on Science and Technology for Development can be found at http://www.america.gov/st/texttrans-english/2008/June/20080606114208eaifas0.7728388.html.  Dr. Fedoroff is the Science and Technology Adviser to the U.S. Secretary of State and the former Administrator of USAID.

Dr. François Sauer is a founding member of the Supercourse, one of the largest preventative health education networks in the world.

 

Francois Sauer Audio Interviews

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