Glenn Mosley

Reporter / Palouse News Bureau

Glenn Mosley began contributing stories to Northwest Public Radio in 1996. Before that, he reported for several radio stations and newspapers in Massachusetts, his home state, where he also worked as a press secretary and legislative aide in the Massachusetts State Senate. His journalism work has won numerous awards over the years and in 2010 he was a Peter Jennings Fellow at the U.S. Constitution Center.

Glenn also teaches broadcasting and journalism in the School of Journalism and Mass Media at the University of Idaho. He has won several awards for his teaching and been named Faculty Fellow at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the International Radio-Television Society, and ABC/Disney.

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After years of severe budget cuts, better days may be on the horizon for higher education in Idaho and Washington.

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Washington State University officials are cautiously optimistic that the steep budget cuts in state funding so common in recent years may be over.

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Grant money from the U.S. Department of Transportation will help fund ongoing studies looking at critical transportation issues in the Northwest.
Transportation issues affect all of us, whether it’s simply wondering why that red traffic light is blinking, or wondering why the commuter traffic is jammed up again.

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MOSCOW, Idaho -- The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival is back for another year at the University of Idaho in Moscow. Now ten years after the death of its namesake, the festival, like many such celebrations, is challenged by a changing jazz industry. Northwest Public Radio’s Glenn Mosley reports.

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MOSCOW, Idaho -- University of Idaho President Duane Nellis says he’s disappointed in the decision made by the State Board of Education last week to remove the word ‘flagship’ from the university’s proposed mission statement. Northwest Public Radio’s Glenn Mosley reports.

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MOSCOW, Idaho -- GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul brought his libertarian message to the college town of Moscow, ID, Friday. Northwest Public Radio’s Glenn Mosley reports.

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