We learn about a new model in Wisconsin for training caregivers for seniors. Then, we talk to a live music and culture historian about how the industry has bounced back from the pandemic, led by Taylor Swift.
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UW-Eau Claire's model for teaching the new senior living service workforce
We learn how UW-Eau Claire’s successful health care administration program has been used to help other academic institutions better prepare students to enter the senior living services workforce.
How live music has rebounded from the pandemic, led by Taylor Swift
Consumer spending on live entertainment has returned to pre-pandemic levels as Taylor Swift’s Eras tour sets new records. A music and culture historian joins us to look at the impact live music has in the U.S. and how it has changed over time.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- A. Emily Ralph Technical Director
- Tim Peterson Producer
- Lorin Cox Producer
- Doug Olson Guest
- Shayanna VanEyll Guest
- Steve Waksman Guest
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