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Fred G. Andrews
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With Washington adrift and the United Nations climate change panel again calling for action, the search for new clean energy finance solutions continues. Against this backdrop, the Metro Program has worked with state- and cit...
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It's National Poetry Month, but if the Common Core has its way, our children will hardly know what poetry is.
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This classic physics experiment is made thanks to some hot jazz. Literally hot jazz. Flammable gas is pumped through a Reuben's tube, which is attached to a speaker. Watch what happens:            
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Woodland, CA - Grundy Center, IA - Warrensburg, MO - Kansas City, MO - Marion, IA - Boone, IA - Tarkio, MO - Boonville, MO - Berkeley, CA
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Founded a film festival, produced a feature film, have wonderful family & friends
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  • University of Central Missouri
    Political Science & Economics - BA, 1975
  • University of Missouri–Kansas City
    Non-profit Management - MPA, 1998
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