Posted March 1, 2007
The first installment of the new “ISU in Motion” radio program featuring Idaho State University President Arthur C. Vailas as host and moderator was broadcast from 6 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 5, on the University’s public radio station KISU 91.1 FM. The program will be a regular feature broadcasting the first Monday of the month.
“This is historic for Idaho State University and I’m just thrilled to be a part of it,” said Jerry Miller, KISU general manager. “This is the first regularly scheduled radio program on KISU hosted by a president of ISU to inform the community and promote the University’s fine programs and people.”
Guests for the first program were Dr. Alex Urfer, chair of the physical and occupational therapy programs, and Gesine Hern, assistant professor of sociology. They were accompanied by some of their students and discussed different aspects of athletic injuries.
Throughout the rest of the semester, President Vailas will interview a variety of individuals with ISU connections, on a range of topics that will illustrate how ISU is making a difference for Idaho, the nation and the world.
Released by University Relations, 28 February 2007
Contact: Jerry Miller, KISU Radio, (208) 282-2688