Civility

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... January 31, 2019 Show 506 Hour 1

"Civility came easy for Dennis Daugaard," writes Kevin Woster in his latest On the Other Hand blog entry.

Woster tells the story of a family life that formed Daugaard - the man and the public figure.

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... April 7, 2017 Show 067 Hour 1

It's Friday and it's time for our weekly Moment in Sound. This week we welcome Mark Petričić on the bayan . You can see him in concert tonight at the National Music Museum in Vermillion at 7 p.m. Central time. Also ... a preview show at the Muenster University Center in the Pit Lounge.

Dr. Matthew Moen, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of South Dakota, discusses his current Democracy and Civility tour. He focuses on ideas large and small to improve civility, particularly in legislatures. Moen has presentations scheduled across the state.

Semester in Washington

Greg Lebel is the director of the Semester in Washington Politics Program at George Washington University. He's assistant professor of political management and also directs GWU's Native American Political Leadership Program. He joins Dakota Midday to discuss civility and ethics in an election year, the role of social media and cultural isolation in increased vitriol, and how listening to one another serves as the beginning for communication and compromise.

Civility Experts Worldwide

Does it ever seem like people have a different mentality online? An expert says being civil online is just as important as being civil face to face.

Lew Bayer is CEO of the multicultural training group Civility Experts Worldwide. She joins Dakota Midday to talk about social media manners and how people treat each other online.