See what Indiana State alumni have been doing from lecturing to winning awards to starting new chapters in their lives.
Three Indiana State alumnae have published books.
After leading the National Foundation on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition, Rich Killingsworth, ’87, now promotes walkable, bikeable communities for healthy lifestyles.
Can you recognize some of these doors from across campus?
David Driver works each year to plan the Northwest Indiana Regional Alumni Association Golf Outing, which raises scholarship funds.
Bob and Jan Jerry support study abroad opportunities for ISU education students.
Sally Neville, ’74, finds it’s important to laugh in the face of difficult situations as she directs HIV care at the Kansas City Care Clinic and has become nationally known for her work.
Laughter and joy can filter in during unexpected times, such as at a funeral. Read Caitlin Stuckey’s memories of her grandfather along with what brings Heather Salsman and Amy Kyle joy in the Alumni Feed.
Amy (Curtis) Kyle, ’97, enjoys traveling with her ISU roommate and sorority sister Stephanie Quinto, ’98. Recently, the alumnae brought their children back to experience Indiana State.
Heather Salsman, ’08, enjoys helping other teachers through her blog and facebook page: Teaching Through Turbulence.