WISU: Archive


Jason Krueger, Perman Art Collection Curator for ISU spoke to Dr. Phil Glende. Krueger just returned from a trip to Europe where he transported a valuable piece of ISU art to a museum in France. Krueger speaks about his journey, along with other art belonging to the ISU collection, including some Andy Warhol pieces.

Jason Krueger: Originally aired May 20, 2015

Shelley Klingerman spoke with Teresa Exline about downtown Terre Haute and the dynamics of a changing market. She explained why it is important to shop at local businesses and invest in one's community. Klingerman also discussed how Terre Haute small businesses came together and created the Small Business Association which eventually became known as Downtown Terre Haute Inc.

Shelley Klingerman: Originally aired March 25, 2015

Drs. Jim Speer and Jeffery Stone of the department of earth and environmental systems at Indiana State University talked with Phil Glende about the state of the Wabash River and various environmental issues. Speer and Stone are part of a group studying past and present uses of the river.

Jim Spear and Jeffery Stone: Originally aired March 11, 2015

Dr. Lisa Philips, an Associate Professor of History at Indiana State University, discusses with Teresa Exline the research she’s been conducting with her students into the Vigo County Home or "The Poor Farm." After Philips’ husband unearthed some unmarked graves at the home’s site,  Philips became curious and began her research. She described why this is important experience for her students and examined what might come of their research.

Lisa Philips: Originally aired February 11, 2015