Indiana State students discuss what makes them happy.
Can you recognize some of these doors from across campus?
From cheering on the Terre Haute Rex for summer baseball fun to camps for science, art, music, theater and sports to Summer Honors, Indiana State provides summer fun for all ages.
Elementary education majors at Indiana State teach children from kindergarten through seventh grade in the annual Science Camp as a way to learn more about teaching in the classroom.
The Early Childhood Education Center provides childcare for the university community and the Terre Haute community. It also serves as a training center for future educators.
Indiana State hosted the inaugural festival celebrating music and dance from around the globe.
ISU earth and environmental systems major combines old and new wind data to determine location for new wind turbine.
Executive Express Café in Federal Hall at Indiana State University is an experiential learning lab operated by students in the Scott College of Business. The café is an opportunity for students from any major in the college to learn about how their lessons impact the daily operations of a business. They also organize opportunities for other students to learn about different aspects of the café’s operations.
ISU Athletic Training majors combine magic and science to educate local elementary students on the functions of the human body.
Three ISU graduates run UglyChristmasSweaterParty.com, where they sell ugly Christmas-themed sweaters. Last fall, The Ugly Christmas Sweater Party Book written by the trio hit bookstores.