Alumni of the Future
Future Indiana State alumni are already making their marks on the world through exploring history, internships and helping others.
From being an ambassador for Pakistani culture to planning a future working in prisons, Indiana State’s students are looking toward the future.
From travels abroad to painting the globe, Indiana State’s student expanded their worlds.
From interning at the Smithsonian to journeying to China and Korea, Indiana State students are investigating the world.
Making movies, helping minority students study education and conducting research in Botswana are all part of ISU students’ lives.
From conducting research in Australia to working in the Indiana State Legislature and exploring business practices in Europe, ISU students are preparing for their futures.
Indiana State University students spent the semester giving back and lending a helping hand to an Indiana school, a recycling center and Habitat for Humanity. One student will spend his summer in Washington, D.C., interning at the Wilson Center.
From picking up destruction debris to swimming with sharks to spoken poetry, Indiana State’s students explore their futures.
Kayla Eldib spent two of her summer breaks in South Korea working with refugees from North Korea.
Nine ISU students traveled China this summer, two competed in a women’s national air race, and one determined a way to graph EKG signals which helps detect possible problems before they occur. Plus, senior Kali Diethrich spent her summer learning what it is really like to be an actuary.