In The Moment ... Higher Education During WWII
In The Moment ... August 17,2017 Show 158 Hour 2
What’s the impact of war on higher education? Today we welcome University of Sioux Falls professor Stephen Jackson. He’s been at work exploring the impact of World War II on the University of Sioux Falls. Dr. Jackson’s research will appear alongside other scholars’ work in the book “Denominational Higher Education During World War II.” The book focuses on the framing of faith and war, service to the nation, and the dynamics of the denominational campus during the war years.
Dr. Richard Holm is known as the Prairie Doc. You can see his television program on SDPB-TV tonight. He joins us today to talk about anxiety.
Don Goldhorn received a direct commission in 1969 as a first lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps. He served 11 months in Vietnam. He went on to become a career military officer, serving as Assistant Adjutant General for the South Dakota Army National Guard and as Adjutant General for the Guam National Guard. He retired as a Major General, and now spends his time in South Dakota and in Guam. He joins us today to share part of his Vietnam story.