Regionally Speaking, Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Oct 13, 2020

Indiana University Northwest professor Micah Pollak is on "Regionally Speaking" to talk about a recent report from I.U. and EMSI, a provider of economic impact studies, that highlights IUN's economic value to NWI. Indiana Youth Institute president-CEO Tami Silverman is also with us to talk about how to talk about politics to young people.
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Today:   Indiana University Northwest economics professor Micah Pollak is with us to talk about the recent study commissioned by I.U. with EMSI, a worldwide provider of economic impact studies to colleges and universities, that explains the economic value that IUN adds to the students and alumni of the university and to the northwest Indiana community at large.  For example: the impact of increased earnings of IUN alumni and the businesses they work for is equal to an economic boost that is similar to hosting the World Series 37 times.  We have another conversation from the Welcome Project at Valparaiso University, and Side Effects Public Media reporter Carter Barrett looks into the struggle that rural hospitals face in trying to bring in enough revenue from a pandemic-stunted economy to stay open -- and serve their communities.  Indiana Youth Institute president-CEO Tami Silverman also reviews her latest monthly column entitled "Talking Politics With Our Kids."  It's an appropriate topic in this "election season." The entire column can be found on the IYI website.