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July 27, 2007


IU’s New Provost: Karen Hanson

Karen Hanson will begin her job as provost of Indiana University Bloomington and IU executive vice president on August 1. This week on “Noon Edition,” we speak with Hanson about her new position and plans for the university.

July 13, 2007


Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Alumni Association

Ten years ago, the Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Alumni Association was founded at Indiana University. This week on “Noon Edition,” we speak with officials from support services on how things have changed for GLBT students.

May 11, 2007


IU’s New President: Michael McRobbie

On July 1, Michael McRobbie takes over as president of Indiana University, and on this week’s “Noon Edition” he took questions from WFIU listeners.

February 23, 2007


Indiana University Dean of Education Gerardo Gonzalez

This week “Noon Edition” welcomes Indiana University Dean of Education Gerardo Gonzalez.

October 13, 2006


Recruiting for IU

This year Indiana University’s Bloomington campus had a record-setting incoming class. This week on “Noon Edition” we visit with Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Roger Thompson, who was hired in July to promote the IU Bloomington campus nationally and around the world.

August 25, 2006


Michael McRobbie

As students return to school this week, “Noon Edition” welcomes IU Bloomington Interim Provost Michael McRobbie. Join Herald-Times editor Bob Zaltsberg and co-host Mary Catherine Carmichael for a discussion of local campus issues and the efforts to expand the university’s efforts abroad.

June 23, 2006


Indiana University International Admissions

This week on “Noon Edition,” Chris Foley, Director of International Admissions for the Bloomington campus talks about issues facing international students in the university admissions process.

April 21, 2006


Student Engagement

“Noon Edition” speaks with several students about “The Invisible Children” project and student engagement on the Bloomington campus of Indiana University.

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