Ethanol, High School Drop-Out Rates, Quality of Life in Rural Missouri Topics of Sunday’s ‘Going Public’

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“Going Public” airs every Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. on 90.9 FM, KRCU, and 88.9 FM, KSEF

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., May 18, 2007 — Several economic factors that have an impact on the Southeast Missouri region will be explored at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 20, on Southeast Public Radio’s “Going Public” program.

Topics to be discussed include ethanol, high school drop-out rates, rural “brain drain” and quality of life in rural Missouri. Southeast Missouri State University faculty members Dr. Bruce Domazlicky and Dr. Bill Weber, both professors of economics, and Dr. Willie Redmond and Dr. Diane Primont, both associate professors of economics, as well as recently-graduated economics student Christian Raschke, will participate in the discussion.

This week’s “Going Public” is hosted by Jacob McCleland. The program airs every Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. on 90.9 FM, KRCU, and 88.9 FM, KSEF. “Going Public” podcasts are available on www.southeastpublicradio.org.