Eisler No Longer FSU President?

by Published: Mar 20, 2012

Ferris State University President Dave Eisler has been announced as one of three final­ists for Northern Kentucky University’s pres­i­dent search.

Interviewing with NKU’s pres­i­den­tial search com­mit­tee March 10, Eisler was nom­i­nated for the posi­tion by his higher edu­ca­tion colleagues.

Eisler who has been pres­i­dent of FSU for nine years said now is a rea­son­able time to con­sider his future at FSU.

“After an ini­tial visit to NKU I have accepted their invi­ta­tion to inter­view on cam­pus so they can learn more about me and I can learn more about them,” Eisler said.

Eisler said he val­ues’ Ferris unique­ness and the accom­plish­ments of the uni­ver­sity. He is sched­uled to visit NKU’s cam­pus April 9–10. If selected Eisler will replace NKU cur­rent pres­i­dent Jim Votruba. Visit fsu​torch​.com for updates on Eisler’s story.

  • Splashgordo

    Perhaps this is a lit­tle pre-mature to print this head­line.   President Eisler is going to inter­view — does this auto­mat­i­cally mean he is no longer Ferris President.  For the sake of Ferris, I hope not?  I have met a few Ferris pres­i­dents over the years, and NONE has had such an impact on me per­son­ally as President Eisler.  Perhaps the Out-Of-Touch-Torch might want to re-think their headline.

  • Guest

    @94ccf2cfca64c250642d299b4352cb01:disqus I think he just put the head­line to draw atten­tion and then cleared it up in the actual arti­cle.  He didn’t ever say that Eisler was for sure leav­ing.  Its com­pa­ra­ble to ESPN spec­u­lat­ing about if Peyton Manning was going to stay in Indy when nobody really knew.