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  • IU President Michael A. McRobbie Interviews Award-Winning Actress Meryl Streep for “Profiles”

    April 17, 2014

    President Michael A. McRobbie interviews award-winning actress Meryl Streep, one of the greatest actresses of our time, for WFIU's "Profiles." President McRobbie discusses her theater, film, and television career. Read the full transcript of the interview.

  • IU President Michael McRobbie Chats about Issues Impacting IU on “Noon Edition”

    January 11, 2013

    Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie chats and answers questions on WFIU’s “Noon Edition.” President McRobbie discusses rising college tuition costs, privatization measures, the university’s funding requests for the state legislature, and performance-based funding.

  • IU President Michael McRobbie Chats about Tuition on “Noon Edition”

    March 23, 2012

    Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie chats and answers questions on WFIU’s “Noon Edition.” President McRobbie discusses rising college tuition costs, the university’s plans for decreased summer tuition, and issues impacting university employees.

  • IU President Michael McRobbie Guest-Hosts “Just You And Me”

    January 18, 2012

    Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie took a turn as guest host of the WFIU radio program “Just You and Me.” This was the third time the president has hosted the show at the Bloomington-based public radio station. The president played his favorite jazz songs including tracks by David Baker, George Russell, Miles Davis, Quincy Jones, Maria Schneider, John McLaughlin, Santana and Vladimir Cosma.

  • IU President McRobbie Rocks Public Radio

    March 5, 2011

    Indiana University President Michael McRobbie guest-hosted the WFIU radio program “Just You & Me” with Joe Bourne. The president played his favorite rock songs from his days as a college student, including tracks by the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, the Who, Cream, Jefferson Airplane, the Doors, Janis Joplin and Neil Young. All of McRobbie’s choices came from live recordings, as he wanted “to give listeners a sense of the energy, power and musicianship of all these great groups and artists at their peak.”

  • A Chat with IU President Michael McRobbie

    March 4, 2011

    This week on Noon Edition, we’ll sit down with Indiana University’s Michael McRobbie.The 18th president of the university, McRobbie’s administration has overseen many changes to the university in recent years, such as a merger with Clarian to create IU Health, an increase of Information Technology programs across all campuses, all while working to keep the university functioning properly during the nationwide recession.

  • A Conversation with IU President Michael McRobbie

    January 8, 2010
    This week on Noon Edition, we were joined in studio by Indiana University President Michael McRobbie. He discussed current issues at IU and how they affect the region.

  • Indiana University's President McRobbie Spins Disks at WFIU

    May 1, 2009

    Indiana University President Michael McRobbie and IU Jazz Legend and Professor David Baker sat in with host Joe Bourne on “Just You & Me” on Friday, April 24th. They had a free-wheeling jam session of music and commentary with a little music from Miles Davis, a few David Baker tunes, and some play by Carla Bley.

  • Q and A with IU President Michael McRobbie

    October 10, 2008
    On October 10th, 2008 Indiana University President Michael McRobbie joined “Noon Edition,” in the studio. He discussed the current state of the university and answered questions regarding the role of IU in the statewide community.

  • Indiana University President Michael McRobbie

    April 25, 2008
    On April 25th, 2008 “Noon Edition” interviews Indiana University President Michael McRobbie in studio.

  • IU’s New President: Michael McRobbie

    May 11, 2007
    On July 1, 2007 Michael McRobbie takes over as president of Indiana University, and on this week’s “Noon Edition” he took questions from WFIU listeners.