Program for November 5, 2020 

Lee Todd, Thomas Martin on what is gained from a marriage of education and economy - as well as what should not be lost | Shawn Gannon teaches welders. He can’t graduate them fast enough to meet demand | The power of collaboration in the face of disaster among those left to fend for themselves | Kentucky was one very confusing place to be during the Civil War. But not when it came to your fashion choices 

Interviews in order of appearance: 

Lee Todd with Thomas Martin: The Ed/Econ Connection 

Tom Martin with welding instructor Shawn Gannon: America's most in-demand skill 

Chris Begley with Fatima Espinoza Vasquez: the spirit of  marginalized communities in times of catastrophe 

Tom Martin with Amy Murrell Taylor: Civil War era fashion was about more than looks

 

Contact: Tom Martin at es@eku.edu or leave voicemail at 859-622-9358 

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