Lakeshore Interview With Daniels Sparks Statewide Discussion Of Regional Campuses
August 19, 2014
We try to sort out the fall-out from the Regionally Speaking interview last week with former governor and Purdue President Mitch Daniels. His comments about whether regional campuses should offer doctoral programs touched off a reaction from Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne.
We have comments from Fort Wayne and Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers.
We also find out why patients in rural areas are increasingly being sent to urban hospitals. A new study by the CDC breaks down the numbers.
We also replay Mitch Daniels’ interview with Steve Walsh from last week.
Andy Downs, presiding officer for the faculty senate and head of the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics
Maria F. Owings, co-author of a recently released CDC study on the number of rural patients going urban hospitals