Explore the extraordinary lives of the Chickasaw people. Through both documentary and dramatic films we proudly present encounters with Hernando De Soto and Spanish Conquistadors, world renowned actress Te Ata, the youngest licensed pilot in American history, and much much more.
Celebrate Pride Month by browsing UCTV's archive of programs that spotlight LGBTQ+ issues and experiences including discussions of films and TV that explore the LGBTQ+ community, interviews with historians and political activists, and more. You'll even get to watch a performance from the world's first LGBTQ+ mariachi band.
As our climate continues to change, researchers need to understand the complicated chemical, biological, and physical processes that occur at the boundary between the ocean and the atmosphere. The Scripps Institution of Oceanography has a unique tool that allows scientists to simulate varying ocean environments by controlling winds, waves, water...
How uncommon is it for a successful scientist to encounter imposter syndrome? According to Nobel Prize-winning physicist Barry Barish, it’s a common occurrence, and one he admits to personally facing. “I think anybody, if they actually think about it, has it,” Barish said. “I have a psychoanalyst for a wife, so I can’t avoid the […]