The January ISU Foundation meeting welcomed major commitments from generous alumni and friends of the university.
The inaugural Alumni Association Legacy Award was presented to the Paul Siebenmorgen family for its multi-generational attendance and support of Indiana State.
Numerous alumni have received awards and promotions, including a 1930 alumnae, who is 102 years young. Read about her and more in Class Acts.
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Kayla Eldib spent two of her summer breaks in South Korea working with refugees from North Korea.
Indiana State University received a substantial grant to renovate its science labs and a science professor received a large grant to continue his research into the poison dart frog. Students also won a NASCAR competition and a trip to Miami for their work.
Alumni in Thailand gathered in July to celebrate their friendships and to make preparations for establishing the Alumni Association’s first international alumni club in 2011. Alumni clubs, closer to campus, held golf outings to raise funds for scholarships throughout the summer, attended baseball games, and hosted incoming students at collegiate cooksouts.
Do you know someone – maybe yourself – who would be a good candidate for the Indiana State University Board of Trustees? Please let us know. The Indiana State University Alumni Association is now accepting nominations.
With the start of the academic year, the university welcomes a number of new colleagues and celebrates the promotion of long-standing ISU employees. A new vice president, two new deans, and several other department heads recently began their tenure in guiding and leading their respective organizations.
A newly renovated residence hall reopened with the start of fall classes and Senator Evan Bayh was on hand for the April dedication of the Bayh College of Education.