|Assistant professor Jack Fong discusses the politics and diverse ethnic people of Burma.|
|Gregory Carlton, an assistant professor, discusses computer forensics.|
|Associate professor Renford Reese discusses a recent trip to Ghana with students.|
Time Warner Cable has created and aired three new video interviews featuring university experts discussing political events in Burma, computer forensics and a student trip to Ghana.
Assistant professor and political sociologist Jack Fong discussed the history of military rule in Burma and how it was initially born to suppress the democratic ethnopolitics of Burma's diverse nationalities. To learn about the turbulent modern history of the country known as both Burma and Myanmar, watch Fong's interview in low bandwidth or mid bandwidth.
Gregory Carlton, an assistant professor and computer forensics consultant, discussed the emerging field of computer forensics and its use in the courtroom. To learn more about the evidence computer forensics examines can uncover from computers, watch the interview in low bandwidth or mid bandwidth.
Political Science associate professor Renford Reese discussed a recent trip to Ghana with 27 students. To hear how the trip opened the students' eyes to the first sub-Saharan African nation to declare its independence watch the interview in low bandwidth or mid bandwidth.
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