English-born educational radio pioneer Professor Charles Siepmann, chairman of the department of communications at New York University, lectured on "Public Opinion and Propaganda."  A former director of talks and director of planning for the BBC, Siepmann  wrote Television and Education in the United States (1952) for UNESCO, and his TV and Our School Crisis (1958) received the Frank Stanton Award for Meritorious Research on the Media of Mass Communication.