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Awards and Recognition — Fall 2011

Awards and Recognition — Fall 2011

Forbes and Princeton Review recognized the value of ISU’s education. Ron Prettyman was named athletic director of the year while a professor’s game received an award.

People — Fall 2011

People — Fall 2011

A brigadier general will lead ISU’s unmanned systems program while a new center will celebrate student research. A professor will spend a year in the United Arab Emirates on a Fulbright Scholarship.

Alumni Updates — Fall 2011

Alumni Updates — Fall 2011

Kylie Hutson continues to soar to new heights while other alumni conduct research in Jordan, work in Illinois state government and receive a national sorority award.

Make Way for Ducklings

After eight baby ducks fell through a grate outside of Condit House, public safety officers and facilities workers joined together to rescue the ducklings and return them to their mother.

A Cup at a Time

A Cup at a Time

In the past 10 years, Mark Green has made three trips to Jordan for research with the Karak Resources Project. “But when you stay in these small towns, you get to meet the people. It really does change your perspective on things,” he said.

ISU Foundation Recognizes Donors

ISU Foundation Recognizes Donors

The ISU Foundation recently honored George Graesch, Gary and Georgine Riley, Dever Distributing Co., and Donald W. Buttrey.

Post-Grad Student Returns for Visit From Egypt

Post-Grad Student Returns for Visit From Egypt

Sarah Christian witnesses history as Egyptians protest.

Foundation Establishes Thailand Alumni Club

Foundation Establishes Thailand Alumni Club

ISU President Dan Bradley and First Lady Cheri Bradley, ISU Foundation President Gene Crume, Alumni Association Board of Directors President Harold Gutzwiller, ISU Foundation Board member Jo Einstandig and ISU Foundation Regional Director of Development Brett Hagerman traveled to Thailand to celebrate the first international club.

Bleeding Blue Internationally

Sycamore Ambassadors is composed of a select group of Indiana State students who lend their time to the university. Among this group of students are three international students: Milos Pavlovic from Serbia, Ishaan Vadhera from India, and Henry Owegi from Kenya.

Exploring the World

Exploring the World

Indiana State’s faculty and students explore the world. Faculty pass along their expertise on higher education in Africa. Students learn while traveling to different parts of the world. Chris McGrew is the new director of the Office of International Programs and Services. Bassam Yousif, associate professor of economics, researches his native land of Iraq.