Making life better through one random act at time is the goal of a group started by Indiana State alumnae and friends. Those acts also exemplify positive psychology.
A new Indiana State University initiative, the Rural-Urban Entrepreneurship Development Institute (RUEDI), is working to breathe new life into rural Indiana.
Nursing students test children’s blood for lead poisoning while earth and environmental systems students test soil for lead contamination in efforts to keep children safe.
Ten students spent the summer creating paintings, pottery, photography and more as part of a new program, “Sycamore Artists Residing in Our Town,” or SARIOT.
For Kay Brown, flying through soupy skies is just another day of flying. Aviators learn the basics of meteorology along with becoming accomplished fliers at ISU.
A forensic accounting minor at ISU moves graduates to the center of criminal investigations as they comb through numbers looking for fraud and embezzlement.
Two teams of Indiana State University students and technicians spent their summer working in the southern Appalachian Mountains on three projects researching the federally endangered Indiana bat, the little-known eastern small-footed bat and acoustic activity of bats.
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.
Faculty members have dedicated their careers to helping athletes prepare for competitions by reducing their injury risks while playing sports.
From the mountains in New Mexico and Arizona up through California and into the Badlands of South Dakota, Associate Professor Jim Speer expanded his students’ experiences through deserts and mountaintops.