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 fsutorch​.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.