WISU: Hosts

Meet our hosts

Teresa Exline


Teresa Exline serves as chief of staff for the Office of the President at Indiana State University. Since joining ISU in 1987, she has served in a variety of communications and marketing roles before moving to the President’s Office in 2006. Exline is a past trustee of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s governing board and a past chair of the CASE V Great Lakes District. She also has served on the American Association of State Colleges and University’s Advisory Council on Communications and Public Affairs. A journalism graduate of Indiana University, she previously served as editor and news reporter of the Sullivan Daily Times, and as an editor of trade publications and copywriter for Shepard-Poorman Communications in Indianapolis. Her interests include history, public affairs, philanthropy and community engagement, the latter two which led to her co-founding the 100+ Women Who Care of Vigo County.

 

Click a link to listen to Individual Interviews by Teresa

Cat Paterson: February 4, 2015
Phil Glende: February 4, 2015
Lisa Phillips: February 11, 2015
Eva Kor: March 11, 2015
Robert Scott and Carl Bender: March 18, 2015

Dan Clark: March 18, 2015
Shelley Klingerman: March 25, 2015
Dorothy Chambers: November 4, 2015
Marylee Hagan: December 16, 2015
Joylynn Kuhlman and Millie Lemen: February 18, 2015

Phil Glende


Phil Glende is the executive director of Student Media at Indiana State University in Terre Haute. In his current job, he works with students who create and distribute news and information for print, broadcast and online. Previously, he worked as a reporter and city editor for nearly 30 years at newspapers in North Dakota, Illinois, Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Wisconsin, and he taught journalism at a college in suburban Chicago. He received in doctorate in mass communication from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with a focus on the history of newspapers. His interests include public affairs, the arts, journalism and history. He fell in love with noncommercial radio as an undergraduate at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, where he was, among other things, the host of a weekly jazz show.

 

Click a link to listen to Individual Interviews by Phil


Roby George and Chris Olsen: February 18, 2015
Cinda May: March 4, 2015
Jim Speer and Jeffery Stone: March 11, 2015
John Conant: April 1, 2015
Carolee Buis: April 8, 2015
Donna Beegle: April 22, 2015
Lisa Phillips and Tom Szymanski: April 22, 2015
Jason Krueger: May 20, 2015
Joni Wise: June 10, 2015
Aimee Janssen-Robinson: August 26 2015
Carter Pann: October 21, 2015
Shelley Klingerman: November 18, 2015

Rebbeca Moore and Brenda Simmons: November 25, 2015
Mark Carlisle and Jane Conner: December 2, 2015
Jean Kristeller: December 23, 2015
Mary Frances Berry: January 20, 2016
Robert Guell: February 24, 2016
Mary Murphy: March 2, 2016
Marsha Miller: April 13, 2016
Christopher Capozzola: April 13, 2016
Libby Ray: May 18, 2016
Dr. Barbra Eversole and Dr. Debra Israel: November 9, 2016
Dr. Lonnie Golden: November 16, 2016

William W. Seu: December 7, 2016
Amanda Shepherd: February 1, 2017
Rachel Headley: February 8, 2017
Josh Powers: July 26, 2017
Dr. Jennifer Hutchens: August 2, 2017
Sherard Clinkscales: September 13, 2017
Mark Hamm: September 13, 2017
Dr. Josh Powers: October 4, 2017
Jared Creason & Morton J. Marcus: October 25, 2017
Dr. Kevin Christ / Dr. Robert Guell: November 8, 2017
Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett: November 15, 2017

Greg Goode


Gregory Goode serves as executive director of government relations for Indiana State University. He has more than 20 years of public policy experience at the federal level as well as in state/local government advocacy in Indiana, Washington, and California. He serves as the university liaison to the Indiana General Assembly, Governor’s Office and Commission for Higher Education as well as the U.S. Congress and local governments. From 2009-2012, Goode served as chief of staff to the president of Bastyr University and was the founder and director of the university’s Center for Health Policy and Leadership in Seattle. He has a lengthy history of direct involvement in higher education, healthcare, and transportation public policy issues, having worked in Washington, D.C., for five years for two members of the U.S. House of Representatives. He is the former public policy chair of the national Integrative Healthcare Policy Consortium and is a governor-appointee to the Western Indiana Regional Works Council. He serves or has served on numerous boards, including Terre Haute Regional Hospital, the Vigo County Capital Improvement Board, and the Hamilton Center Foundation. Goode earned a B.S. in political science and M.A. in history from ISU. He is a Ph.D. candidate in public administration and policy at Virginia Tech, writing his dissertation on the social movement of naturopathy.

 

Click a link to listen to Individual Interviews by Greg

Gov. Mike Pence: February 11, 2015
Rep. Alan Morrison: February 11, 2015
Sen. Rodric Bray and
former Sen. Richard Bray: February 24, 2015
Craig McKee: March 4, 2015
Rep. Bob Heaton: March 25, 2017
Sen. Jon Ford: April 1, 2015
Brian Burton: April 15th, 2015
Chris Nations: May 13, 2015
Steve Witt: June 3, 2015
Matt Huckleby: August 17, 2015
Sen. Luke Kenley: August 26, 2015
Seth Davis: September 2, 2015

Todd Young: September 23, 2015
Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann: September 23, 2015
John Gregg: September 30, 2015
Rep. Tim Brown: October 28, 2015
Alan Morrison: January 20, 2016
Duke Bennett: Febuary 17, 2017
Jon Ford: Febuary 17, 2016
Clint Lamb: February 24, 2016
Rick Burger: March 9, 2016
Bill Minnis: March 9, 2016
Senator Lonnie Randolph and
Representative Cherrish Pryor: April 20, 2016
Eric Holcomb: May 11, 2016



Teresa Lubbers: June 15, 2016
Senator Dennis Kruse: July 20, 2016
Todd Young: August 10, 2016
Senator Dan Coats: October 19, 2016
Evan Bayh: November 2, 2016
Shelly Klingerman: November 2, 2016
Sen. Eric Bassler: November 2, 2016
Representative Bob Heaton: March 22, 2017
Mayor Duke Bennett(2017): March 22, 2017
Elaine Bedel: April 12, 2017
Steve Braun: July 19, 2017
U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly: August 30, 2017
Tom Miller: November 1, 2017


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