Alumni Feed

Touched by the plight of women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Jack Fox, ’93, responded by creating a painting that was sold to help the women there.

May 31, 2011 10:21


Post-Grad Student Returns for Visit From Egypt

Sarah Christian witnesses history as Egyptians protest.

May 31, 2011 10:30

Alumni Profiles

Putting an International Twist on American Music

ISU alumnus David Ralston incorporates traditional Japanese instruments into his blues.

May 31, 2011 10:18


Learning the Dance

From the west to the east coast of Ireland, the Indiana State students experienced nature, history, geological formations, dancing, music and education as part of their spring break trip to Ireland.

May 31, 2011 10:25

Recent Articles

ISU Foundation Recognizes Donors

ISU Foundation Recognizes Donors

The ISU Foundation recently honored George Graesch, Gary and Georgine Riley, Dever Distributing Co., and Donald W. Buttrey.

Aced It

Milos Pavlovic, an insurance and risk management and finance major from Belgrade, Serbia, grew up focused on honing his skills in tennis. He eventually used his beloved sport as a tool to springboard him into accomplishing another goal: receiving an education in the United States.

Post-Grad Student Returns for Visit From Egypt

Sarah Christian witnesses history as Egyptians protest.

Foundation Establishes Thailand Alumni Club

ISU President Dan Bradley and First Lady Cheri Bradley, ISU Foundation President Gene Crume, Alumni Association Board of Directors President Harold Gutzwiller, ISU Foundation Board member Jo Einstandig and ISU Foundation Regional Director of Development Brett Hagerman traveled to Thailand to celebrate the first international club.

Bleeding Blue Internationally

Sycamore Ambassadors is composed of a select group of Indiana State students who lend their time to the university. Among this group of students are three international students: Milos Pavlovic from Serbia, Ishaan Vadhera from India, and Henry Owegi from Kenya.

Exploring the World

Indiana State’s faculty and students explore the world. Faculty pass along their expertise on higher education in Africa. Students learn while traveling to different parts of the world. Chris McGrew is the new director of the Office of International Programs and Services. Bassam Yousif, associate professor of economics, researches his native land of Iraq.

‘The Fire Within’

“The Fire Within,” created by Jack Fox, ’93, to honor Stephen Kennedy hangs from the ceiling of the main entryway of ISU’s Student Recreation Center.

Sycamores Cap Successful Baseball Season

Sycamores Cap Successful Baseball Season

The 29-28 record for the Sycamores marks the third straight winning season for the program and second under head coach Rick Heller.

Catching the Wind

Environmental 110 students measure wind speeds on campus to help find the perfect place for a wind turbine.

Discovering The Body

Students in ISU’s new master’s of physician assistant studies program are among the first to utilize the gross anatomy lab in the College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services.