Merging Humanities With Health Research, And Examining Why Briggs & Stratton Corp. Filed For Bankruptcy

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A backup generator outside a home
A Briggs & Stratton home generator. (Credit Briggs & Stratton)

We hear about a new certificate program at UW-Eau Claire that aims to merge insights from the humanities with public health. Then, a research analyst explains why Milwaukee’s Briggs & Stratton Corp. filed for bankruptcy and what it might mean for the company.

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  • UW-Eau Claire Creates New Public Health Certificate

    As public health professionals are learning from one another during the pandemic, we speak to the co-grant writer for a new public health certificate program at the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire.

  • Milwaukee Engine Manufacturer Files For Bankruptcy

    Milwaukee-based engine manufacturer Briggs & Stratton Corp. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week. A lawyer explains what happened to the company, which was the largest manufacturer of small gas engines in the world.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • L. Malik Anderson Producer
  • Colleen Leahy Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Louisa Rice PhD Guest
  • Tom Hayes Guest

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