The university students explored the economic, political and environmental issues while cruising the Yangtze River, experiencing the jostling growing pains in the redevelopment of Liaoning Province and witnessing life in other areas of China.
A fall semester head count of 12,114 saw an increase of nearly 600 students, or more than 5 percent, in comparison with 2011.
The 2012 Homecoming celebration weekend begins with the 50th annual Sycamore Tricycle Derby on Friday, includes the parade and football game on Saturday and ends with a praise service on Sunday.
Come to Tent City for Homecoming on Oct. 6.
The ISU Alumni Association has selected four individuals to receive this year’s Distinguished Alumni Awards. The awards honor living alumni who have been outstanding in their professional achievements and/or have made significant achievements and/or have made significant contributions benefiting their community, state or country.
The ISU Foundation Board of Directors has selected Ron Carpenter, ’77, as foundation president. Carpenter is an ISU alumnus who has 35 years of experience in not-for-profit leadership.
From degrees to awards, Indiana State’s alumni are experiencing success.
Keep up with the 2012 Homecoming events with the schedule.
From Dalí to Warhol, internationally known artists fill Indiana State’s Permanent Art Collection.
The Indiana State University Foundation is a recent recipient of a landscape painting entitled “Sycamores on the Wabash” by Zionsville, Ind., artist, Suzie Rachles.