Political Science Faculty on "Talk Back" on KGVO Radio
In June 2015, UM's Political Science faculty began an exciting collaboration with KGVO-News Talk Radio. On the third Wednesday of each month (and occasionally on other days), a PSCI faculty member appears on the morning "Talk Back" show with announcers Jon King and Peter Christian to discuss political issues and answer questions from callers.
Below is the schedule.
Listen live at KGVO Listen Live.
Be sure to call in with questions and comments! You can also listen to podcasts of past shows.
Weds 8/17/2016 – Patrick Peel, “Recent Supreme Court Decisions”
Weds 9/21/2016 – Karen Adams and Abhishek Chatterjee, “International Current Events”
- Weds 10/19/2016, Christopher Muste, “Election 2016”
Podcasts From Past Shows:
5/18/2016 – Patrick Peel, “Supreme Court Nominee Merrick Garland” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzX3-WbXzHY
6/17/2015 - Christopher Muste, "The Presidential Election" podcast, UM Political Science on the Radio.
6/16/2015 - Fran Albrecht, Executive Director of the Providence Montana Health Foundation, MUS Regent, and former PSCI Faculty Affiliate, "Health Talk," podcast.
5/13/2015 - Karen Ruth Adams and Abhishek Chatterjee, "The Rise of China" podcast, Montana World Affairs Council on the Radio.
4/8/2015 - Abraham Kim, UM Mansfield Center Director and PSCI Faculty Affiliate, "Asia Montana Energy Summit," Montana World Affairs Council on the Radio, podcast
12/4/2014 - Karen Ruth Adams and PSCI Students, "Montana Model UN and Current International Events" podcast, Montana World Affairs Council on the Radio.
10/22/2014 - Karen Ruth Adams and Montana World Affairs Council Director Bob Seidenschwarz, "Current International Events with Super Forecaster Karen Ruth Adams" podcast, Montana World Affairs Council on the Radio.
Seidenschwarz, a UM PSCI-History alum, is the director of the Montana World Affairs Council. For several years, he has appeared at least twice a month on “World Affairs Council on the Radio.” His guests include international policy makers, activists, scholars, and journalists. In March 2014, a Missoulian article about one of his appearances inspired a C.S. Porter middle school teacher to take her entire 8th grade class to the Mansfield Center’s conference on human trafficking.
For more information and to suggest topics for future shows, contact Associate Professor Karen Ruth Adams