A media executive and journalist with more than 20 years experience in the industry, Vivian Schiller joined NPR as President and CEO on January 5, 2009.
Will Shortz sits down with Profiles to talk about his days at IU and his ensuing success as a puzzlemaster.
Curt Simic, who headed the Indiana University Foundation from 1988 to 2008, sits down with Perry Metz for an interview.
IU Assistant Athletic Director Chuck Crabb, who is best known for his work as public address announcer for IU Athletics, sits down for an interview.
Felisha Legette-Jack, IU head women's basketball coach, sits down with Owen Johnson for an interview.
Sharon Ammen, associate professor of theatre at Saint-Mary-of-the-Woods College in Terre Haute, sits down with George Walker for an interview.
Audrey T. McCluskey is associate professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies at IU and director of the Neal–Marshall Black Culture Center.
Richard McKaig retired in July 2009 after 38 years of service to Indiana University.
Thomas C. Hubbard served as U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Korea from 2001 to 2004.
Indiana University Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer J. Terry Clapacs oversees a variety of units on IU’s eight campuses.
Sylvia Nasar is an economist and author best known for her biography of John Nash, A Beautiful Mind.
Alexander McCall Smith has written more than sixty books, including the best-selling No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series.
Vincent Tianquan Mo is Chairman of the Board and CEO of SouFun Holdings Limited, a company he founded in 1999.
Writer Jessica Valenti is founder of the blog Feministing.com. She is a three-time author, and her writing has appeared in Ms., The Guardian, and Bitch.
Jennifer 8. Lee is a metro reporter who writes about culture, poverty, technology, and new lifestyle trends for the New York Times.
In 1956, tenor saxophonist Al Cobine formed the Al Cobine Big Band, and went on to perform with virtually every major U.S. symphony.
Since 2000, Jamie Tarabay has been a foreign correspondent covering some of the world's highest-profile regions of conflict.
Jan Gross studies modern Europe, focusing on comparative politics, totalitarian and authoritarian regimes, Soviet and East European politics, and the Holocaust.
Steve Kroft has been a reporter on the news program 60 Minutes since 1989. He has received three George Foster Peabody Awards and eleven Emmy awards, including a Lifetime Achievement Emmy.
James Burke is a science historian, author, and television producer best known for his BBC documentary series Connections.
Violette Verdy was the Principal Dancer with the NYC Ballet for 20 years. In 2009, French President M. Nicolas Sarkozy knighted Verdy for her work in ballet.
Krista Detor has shared stages with Joan Armatrading, Suzanne Vega, and Loudon Wainwright. Her album Mudshow reached the #1 spot on the Euro-Americana Chart.
Karim Wasfi is the director, soloist, and artistic advisor for the Iraqi National Symphony Orchestra. He has served on the faculty at the Music and Ballet School of Baghdad, the IU Jacobs School of Music, and the Cairo Academy of Art.
David Rocks is senior editor for global news at BusinessWeek magazine, where he oversees the magazine's correspondents and coordinating bureaus from Mexico City to Mumbai.
Stuart Green is interim chancellor of IU Kokomo. Green has played a central role in increasing educational opportunities there by helping to establish new degree programs.
Robert Dallek is an historian specializing in American presidents. He has won the Bancroft Prize and numerous other awards for scholarship and teaching. Dallek studies United States history: diplomatic history, foreign policy and public opinion; New Deal diplomacy; and the professional diplomat.
Fred Glass is Indiana University's Director of Intercollegiate Athletics.
Ruth Ann Morris is vice president of Patient Care Services at Bloomington Hospital where she is responsible for organizing, planning, and directing the activities of inpatient and outpatient care services.
Stephen Flynn is the Ira A. Lipman senior fellow for counter-terrorism and national security studies at the Council on Foreign Relations where he directs an ongoing private sector working group on homeland security.
Gene Tempel is president of the Indiana University Foundation. A nationally recognized expert in the study and practice of philanthropy and nonprofit management, Dr. Tempel has been named by<em> The NonProfit Times </em>to its list of the country's fifty most influential leaders in the nonprofit sector each year since the list was created.