UIS Chancellor Ringeisen talks about subjects of interest to the campus community and answers questions from students, faculty and staff.
See the list at right for links to Chancellor's Chat episodes.
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November 20, 2008 - This episode features Chancellor Ringeisen visiting with UIS Journal Editor Amanda Dahlquist and reporter Ashley Rueff. Among the topics discussed are the global campus, retention efforts, and state of the UIS budget.
October 1, 2008 - This episode features the director of the Volunteer and Civic Engagement Center, Kelly Thompson. Kelly and UIS students Jackson Kern, Anna Schneider and Monique Johnson chat with the chancellor about service learning and volunteer activities.
September 16, 2008 - Chancellor Ringeisen talks with UIS Student Government Association President Ashley Rook about bus service for UIS students, the SGA elections taking place this week, retention and support services, voter registration, and this year's budgetary challenges.
April 30, 2008 - Chancellor Ringeisen talks with Sharon Graf, Todd Cranson, and Eric Thibodeaux-Thompson about music and theatre at UIS.
March 19, 2008 - This episode features the editors of UIS' weekly student newspaper The Journal as Chancellor Ringeisen's guests. Co-editors Amanda Dahlquist and David Amerson ask the Chancellor several questions, including how the administration views the role of the student newspaper, the status of campus climate issues, and matters related to the budget and parking.
February 21, 2008 - Chancellor Ringeisen chats with UIS Police Chief Don Mitchell about safety and emergency response plans in place at UIS. During the show, the Chancellor also responds to questions from the campus about the budget, parking, our pursuit of a top five ranking in the nation, and the future of the university.
February 6, 2008 - Chancellor Ringeisen responds to questions from the campus related to spring enrollment, NCAA Division II status, the new residence hall, his favorite musical groups and more.