ISU alumni are impacting their worlds through construction, education and farming.
In preparing future teachers for middle and high school classrooms, Indiana State University transforms its students through a unique building block of classroom experiences that culminates in an immersion semester prior to student teaching.
The Indiana State University Foundation recently honored Todd and Beth ’97 Whitaker, The Bernard Osher Foundation and Robert ’76 and Joan ’75 Shenberger with the 2012 MARCH ON! Awards. The foundation also recognized Ruby (Shelton) Rusk ’60 with the 2012 John P. Newton Spirit of ISU Award.
From buildings’ names being changed to awards being given to alumni, Indiana State is making its mark.
From interning at the Smithsonian to journeying to China and Korea, Indiana State students are investigating the world.
From being invited to present research conferences to students at other universities coming to Terre Haute to study with ISU professors, Indiana State is making a difference.
ISU students participating in the SURE (Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences) program gain ample experience while conducting research alongside faculty.
Students and faculty took home awards from various professional organizations this year.
In the Center for Wellness and Applied Medicine, faculty-headed research has students involved in muscle testing and data collection.
Nearly three hundred people gathered to help welcome the year of the dragon.