WestSouthwest February 8, 2018

Feb 8, 2018

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On WestSouthwest, a Grand Valley State University study on trends in philanthropy. And Bridge examines John Engler's record as governor on allegations that female prison inmates were sexually abused. 


Grand Valley State University researcher Michael Moody predicts GenXers and Millennials will become the largest donors in history. Moody talks with WMUK's Earlene McMichael about other trends in giving found in the latest report from GVSU's Johnson Center for Philanthropy. 

Michigan State University has turned to John Engler to serve as interim president as the school recovers from a sex abuse scandal involving former sports doctor Larry Nasser. Bridge reporter Ted Roelofs reported on how Engler responded to allegations of female prison inmates being sexually abused. Gordon Evans talked with Roelofs about his story.