Two Concordia University Wisconsin Associate Professors offered their political views during a recent taping of Milwaukee Public Television’s 4th Street Forum. Dr. Jeff Walz, associate professor of political science and Dr. James Burkee, associate professor of history and economics were part of a panel on the show that originally aired October 8th on MPTV. The focus of the discussion was political polarization throughout the country.
CUW also had a strong presence during the taping as Associate Nursing Professor, Kim Whitmore and a large number of nursing students were part of the audience and discussion.
The 4th Street Forum broadcast is a weekly, nonpartisan program, which promotes public discussion of political and social issues that are of concern to Milwaukee and Wisconsin communities.
For more information on 4th Street Forum, visit http://www.mptv.org/shows/fourth_street_forum/shows to watch the recent episode that featured Dr. Jeff Walz and Dr. James Burkee, visit http://www.mptv.org/video/watch/?id=489 .
— This story is written by Kali Thiel, director of university communications for Concordia University Wisconsin and Ann Arbor. She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-243-2149.
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