Peg Arnold

General Manager

Peg Arnold joined UPR as General Manger in September of 2014. Her public radio career has focused in development and management at public radio stations in Wyoming and Wisconsin. Peg graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a degree in history and business and holds an M.A. in history from the University of Wyoming. In addition to public radio, her passions include fiber arts, photography, the literary arts and all things sighthound.  

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Breeanne Matheson

Facilitated by an International Initiatives Grant through the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, a nine-person research team from Utah State University traveled to Morocco to find their academic objectives spark realizations of global proportions. 

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Position Summary

Utah Public Radio (UPR), a non-profit organization located in Logan UT, is a stateside service of Utah State University in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Position Summary: The Assistant News Director/Online Managing Editor is responsible for the overall creation of accurate on-air and digital news and information content on multiple platforms. This position will work with the General Manager and News Director to create, write and publish content, is responsible to ensure web and radio content meets Associated Press and legal Federal Communication Commission reporting standards with the authority to determine the delivery of content to platforms outside of UPR.

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Position Summary: Utah Public Radio (UPR), a nonprofit organization, is located in Logan, UT.  UPR is a state-wide service of Utah State University in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.

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Hector Tobar

Mining is part of Utah’s history and culture, and mining resources and safety are key themes in the West. The Morning Edition Book Club has selected for January: Hector Tobar’s “Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine and the Miracle That Set Them Free.” The book address faith, safety, economics, technology and the survival of humanity under difficult circumstances. Utah Public Radio is beginning a UPR Chapter of the Morning  Edition Book Club.

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Hector Tobar

Dear UPR reader,

For those of us in the West, mining resources and safety are key perennial topics. Hector Tobar's 2014 release, Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine, and the Miracle That Set Them Free, addresses mining issues pertinent to Utah's history and present day conversations. UPR would like to explore the Utah response to this deeper look at mining and the human experience.