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Johnson currently teaches law, travels widely, is a columnist and public lecturer, computer enthusiast, and fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science. He has formerly, among many other things, served as co-director of a public health public policy institute, network TV host, congressional candidate, author of books, articles and a nationally syndicated column, FCC Commissioner, school board member, and law clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black.



Nicholas Johnson (born September 23, 1934) is best known for his controversial term as a dissenting Federal Communications Commission commissioner, 1966-1973, and his book, How to Talk Back to Your Television Set. He currently teaches at the University of Iowa College of Law, with an emphasis on communications and Internet law, and since 2006 has posted over 1000 blog essays.

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Details of the tenure award — effectively a permanent job contract for a professor — are being kept under wraps by UA administrators who say the information is ... The affected UA alumnus, Nicholas Johnson of Tucson, who earned a master's degree in architecture in 2012, said he's disappointed but not ...
Details of the tenure award — effectively a permanent job contract for a professor — are being kept under wraps by UA administrators who say the information is ... The affected UA alumnus, Nicholas Johnson of Tucson, who earned a master's degree in architecture in 2012, said he's disappointed but not ...

Details of the tenure award — effectively a permanent job contract for a professor — are being kept under wraps by UA administrators who say the information is ... The affected UA alumnus, Nicholas Johnson of Tucson, who earned a master's degree in architecture in 2012, said he's disappointed but not ...
The affected UA alumnus, Nicholas Johnson of Tucson, who earned a ... but not surprised the UA gave tenure to the professor who poached his ...
Our multifaceted Jim Leach added to the panel his experience as our former member of Congress, chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and currently UI's Senior Scholar, Chair in Public Affairs, Professor of Law, and interim director ...
Dr. Christopher Ali is an assistant professor at the University of Virginia. He holds a Ph.D. from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania.

Christopher Ali has spent a lot of time thinking about the future of local news. Ali, an assistant professor of media studies at the University of Virginia, is a fellow at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University who's almost done ...
Nicholas Johnson, assistant professor of music history, started writing songs while he was a graduate student at Ohio State University.
University of Arizona chemists hope to profit on the smelly remains of refined petroleum after discovering a way to turn sulfur into plastic infrared lenses.
Now, in a collaborative project with Istvan Imre of Algoma University and Nicholas Johnson of the United States Geological Survey, Concordia biology professor Grant Brown has developed a promising -- and natural -- solution. Their findings, which focus ...
Nicholas Johnson QC, prosecuting, reminded the jury that a call was made from Bilsborough's phone to Anthony Felton, a man alleged to be Mr Hillman's drug-dealing "boss," shortly after 5pm.
Those arrested include: Nicholas Johnson, 21, Rosemary Tustin, 30, Craig Hasty, 45, Travis Martin, 18 and Matthew McGaugh, 41.
... Lena Hill, senior associate to the president and associate professor for UI departments of English and African-American studies; Nicholas Johnson, former FCC commissioner, media analyst and adjunct professor for the UI College of Law; Kajsa ...
Nicholas Johnson, visiting Professor of Law, University of Iowa College of Law in a piece titled 'Defining the Land of the Fourth Estate' observed that the presumption against regulation of the press especially in the laws of democratic states, results ...
Nicholas Johnson, visiting Professor of Law, University of Iowa College of Law in a piece titled 'Defining the Land of the Fourth Estate' observed that the presumption against regulation of the press especially in the laws of democratic states, results ...
Dr Cicely Roche, associate professor of pharmacy, was appointed as the fellow for BESS. Roche's academic interests include the areas of ethics and professional reasoning.
In a recently released video from Prager U, Fordham University professor at law Nicholas Johnson shares the truth about common sense gun control, gun buybacks and assault weapons.

Nicholas Johnson, professor of Law at Fordham University, explains that gun ownership is so pervasive in this country that even if the American people were to fully participate in an Australian-style "gun buyback," you'd still have 200 million guns in ...
Nicholas Johnson, professor of law at Fordham University, breaks down if gun control measures in places like Australia could work in America.
Our five winners this year are: Casey Block at College Possible; Cole Merkel at Street Roots; Daisha Tate at North by Northeast Community Health Center; Janice Martellucci at Peace in Schools; and Jasmine Pettet at Outside In. Thanks to Grady Britton ...
1960s-era FCC Commissioner Nicholas Johnson often warned about the losses to privacy when big databases would be tracking and storing information about everyone, and sharing that information with each other.
... the posting, Alex Mintz, a retired Jefferson County Sheriff's deputy, and a friend of Stanko's on Facebook, commented on the post: "This isn't a religion based on the Judeo-Christian God, but one surely spawned by Satan, This is the heart of evil ...
IOWA CITY - University of Iowa President Bruce Harreld has not scheduled a town hall forum on campus for this fall - as originally promised - and it doesn't appear he plans to after the first and only forum last winter was overrun with protests and ...
Shippensburg University professor Dr. Sam Benbow discusses racial issues during a "teach-in" sponsored by the department of social work and gerontology in response to a racist social media post by a student last week.
Peace Lutheran Fellowship in Port Ludlow has started a group called Citizens for Safe Students, which meets on the second and third Tuesdays of each month at the Jefferson County Library in Port Hadlock.
"This event in particular is to break away some of the negative connotations about the movement, and the chance for us to feel some type of healing and realize our obligation to unify and be proactive in a solution," senior Nicholas Johnson said. The ...
As the associate dean of research for the UA College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, a professor of cellular and molecular medicine and a professor of molecular and cellular biology, it's fair to say that Parker Antin knows how to keep himself busy.
But Fordham University law professor Nicholas Johnson said that's highly unlikely. There are so many variables in the legal system, he said, that there's "no equation someone could get their hands on" that would guarantee they would not be charged or ...
Valley fever infects 50,000 people per year, and roughly two-thirds of those cases are in Arizona, according to Dr. John Galgiani, UA professor and director of Valley Fever Center for Excellence. For that reason, Banner - University Medical Center has ...
8 general election, Madsen, Yu and Justice Charlie Wiggins are defending their seats against Kittitas County Prosecutor Greg Zempel, Gonzaga University law professor David DeWolf and Federal Way municipal court judge Dave Larson, respectively.
It was the 1960s. Illegal drugs were everywhere. I was a young lawyer, living as a hippie-public official. That's what kept me from drugs - not health concerns, personal discipline, or common sense.
Shaun Nicholas Johnson, 28, of Sonora, was arrested at 9:35 p.m. at Tuolumne Avenue in Angels Camp and booked on suspicion of resisting a peace officer, battery on a peace officer, assault on a peace officer, disorderly conduct under alcohol, burglary, ...
Shaun Nicholas Johnson, 28, of Sonora, was arrested at 9:35 p.m. at Tuolumne Avenue in Angels Camp and booked on suspicion of resisting a peace officer, battery on a peace officer, assault on a peace officer, disorderly conduct under alcohol, burglary, ...
Two New York consultants, Alex Moazed and Nicholas Johnson, have suggested an interesting way of looking at most of Silicon Valley's biggest tech-company successes: They are all platforms.
Port Townsend City Manager David Timmons stands on Rainier Street, off Discovery Road. Property in the area, privately owned, is zoned R-IV, the highest density in the city.
Port Townsend City Manager David Timmons stands on Rainier Street, off Discovery Road. Property in the area, privately owned, is zoned R-IV, the highest density in the city.
Iowa City now has less "northern racism." And Cedar Rapids can have less shooting by gang members. We can do it. But only when the people can say, "We did this ourselves.
... when "establishment black politicians" teamed up with white progressives and began backing away from the idea of gun ownership, said Nicholas Johnson, a law professor at Fordham University in New York City who wrote the 2014 book "Negroes and the ...
GABRIEL STANFORTH, son of Joey Stanforth and Kirk Stanforth of Taylor Ridge, plans to major in civil engineering at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. ... Kira Hendley, Max Hess, Brett Hilligoss, Miranda Hoag, Heather Hofer, Austin Holcomb, Payton ...
... up until the 1960s civil rights era, in which "establishment black politicians" teamed up with white progressives and began backing away from the idea of gun ownership, said Nicholas Johnson, a law professor at Fordham University in New York, and ...
But historically, gun rights - or the lack of them - for African-Americans were constrained by institutional racism, says Nicholas Johnson, a professor at Fordham Law School who specializes in issues involving guns, race and the Second Amendment ...
Iowa City now has less "northern racism." And Cedar Rapids can have less shooting by gang members. We can do it. But only when the people can say, "We did this ourselves.
... when "establishment black politicians" teamed up with white progressives and began backing away from the idea of gun ownership, said Nicholas Johnson, a law professor at Fordham University in New York City who wrote the 2014 book "Negroes and the ...
GABRIEL STANFORTH, son of Joey Stanforth and Kirk Stanforth of Taylor Ridge, plans to major in civil engineering at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. ... Kira Hendley, Max Hess, Brett Hilligoss, Miranda Hoag, Heather Hofer, Austin Holcomb, Payton ...
... up until the 1960s civil rights era, in which "establishment black politicians" teamed up with white progressives and began backing away from the idea of gun ownership, said Nicholas Johnson, a law professor at Fordham University in New York, and ...
... up until the 1960s civil rights era, in which "establishment black politicians" teamed up with white progressives and began backing away from the idea of gun ownership, said Nicholas Johnson, a law professor at Fordham University in New York, and ...
But historically, gun rights - or the lack of them - for African-Americans were constrained by institutional racism, says Nicholas Johnson, a professor at Fordham Law School who specializes in issues involving guns, race and the Second Amendment ...
The first gun-control laws were passed to keep weapons out of the hands of black slaves and freedmen in colonial days, said Nicholas Johnson, a Fordham University law professor and author of Negroes and The Gun: The Black Tradition of Arms. During the ...
The first gun-control laws were passed to keep weapons out of the hands of black slaves and freedmen in colonial days, said Nicholas Johnson, a Fordham University law professor and author of Negroes and The Gun: The Black Tradition of Arms. During the ...
The first gun-control laws were passed to keep weapons out of the hands of black slaves and freedmen in colonial days, said Nicholas Johnson, a Fordham University law professor and author of Negroes and The Gun: The Black Tradition of Arms. During the ...


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