The Science Behind Earthquakes: New Madrid 200th Anniversary

For the 10 am program, we go behind the scenes at the St. Louis University Earthquake Center to investigate how and why earthquakes occur, how they’re measured, and new design procedures being created to address the damage they do.
Find curricular resources by clicking the Educational Material tab.

This live interactive program connects classrooms with experts from various fields through videoconferencing.


The Science Behind Earthquakes: New Madrid 200th Anniversary

Recent Episode | HEC-TV Live

Constitution Day 2016: The Miranda Decision

HEC-TV Live!, in partnership with the Missouri Bar, celebrates Constitution Day, taking an in depth look into what it took to pass the Miranda Decision.

Recent Segment | HEC-TV Live

Asked and Answered

Asked and Answered is an innovative interactive program designed to put your students in charge of what they want to learn about important topics and what they

Recent Episode | HEC-TV Live

History in the First Person: Running a Political Campaign

In this election year, interact with candidates and campaign officials to go behind the scenes of running a political campaign. What happens BEFORE we vote?

Recent Segment | HEC-TV Live

History in the First Person: Veterans Day 2016

Take your study of America in war to the veterans who fought in them. Interact with veterans from World War II and from today's world conflicts.


There are 140 more episodes of HEC-TV Live.

Recent Episode | HEC-TV Live

Explore! Weather

Want to find out what makes up weather and about the technologies that enable meteorologists to forecast and follow these forces? Then, join us on December 15.

Register Now

Attend a live taping of this episode by filling out the form below.

Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am