An Indiana State grad’s book leads to a career in the self-publishing industry.
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.
For Noma Gurich, ’75, the summer of 1970 and Indiana State University sent her down an unknown and unexpected path that has led her to being named an Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice.
Internships at the South by Southwest festival led to careers in the industry for two music business alumni.
Terry and Brenda Ball, ’73, GR ’74 and GR ’75, fell in love at Indiana State, but a ferocious Midwest winter sent them south to Georgia. There they’ve encountered wild weather of a different type.
BET celebrates ISU alumna’s Beverly Kearney’s (GR ’82) accomplishments with the Education Award.
From the time he was 12 years old, Rodger Grinley wanted to work for the FBI. The ISU alumnus, who recently retired, shares stories from his 27 years of service battling spies and drugs while visiting exotic locales.
In each new community where Emma Lee (Heierman) Twitchell, ’70, has lived she’s left her mark by helping people. Now, she’s helping animals at Oakland Zoo.
ISU alumnus David Ralston incorporates traditional Japanese instruments into his blues.
Alumni are excelling in creating a new world and conquering physical limits in triathlons.