Kent State’s “Elevations” Radio Show Takes to the Airwaves
Kent State University will launch a new interview-format radio show on WKSU on Jan. 21. The program, titled “Elevations,” will include interviews with Kent State faculty, staff, students and alumni, bringing new perspective to the university’s distinctions in science, technology, education and the arts.
Hosted by Amy Reynolds, Ph.D., dean of the College of Communication and Information, the five-minute program will air every Saturday morning on WKSU at 7 a.m., just prior to the popular program “Living on Earth.”
The first five interviews will feature undergraduate student and Summer Undergraduate Research Experience participant Angela Deibel; Psychological Sciences Professor John Gunstad, Ph.D.; Dean of University College Eboni Pringle, Ph.D.; Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative Director Terry Schwarz, AICP; and President Beverly Warren.
After interviews air on WKSU, they will be posted in original and extended formats at www.kent.edu/elevations. Suggestions for topics and interviews are welcome and can be submitted online at www.kent.edu/elevations/suggest.
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Kent State University will launch a new interview-format radio show titled “Elevations” on WKSU on Jan. 21.
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