Radford University professor discusses rural criminology on public radio program
From poachers telephoning fish to bear gallbladders on the China market, Radford University Criminal Justice Professor Egan Green discussed a range of rural criminology topics on an upcoming episode of the NPR radio program “With Good Reason.”
Green, who specializes in rural criminology research, also discussed moonshining, wildlife crime and using “Bucky the Buck” - a deer decoy - in the classroom.
“It was quite a thrill to be interviewed for the show,” Green said. “With Good Reason covers many fascinating topics in academia, so for my work to be included is an honor. The staff was fantastic and I had such a good time doing the interview.”
The radio program will air Sept. 16-22 on more than 60 radio stations across the United States.
The With Good Reason radio program is produced by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities for the Virginia Higher Education Broadcasting Consortium and is broadcast on public radio stations in Alaska, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
With Good Reason has won five Gabriel Awards for Best Documentary or Public Affairs Programs, and is the recipient of top honors from the Public Radio News Directors, Radio and Television Digital News Association and the Virginia Association of Broadcasters.