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Indiana State students investigated the building blocks of life as part of a summer research collaboration.
From finding the summer roost for a federally endangered bat to impacting children’s lives to running for Miss Indiana, Indiana State’s students are making their marks on the world.
Ed Lentz’s career goals changed while he studied biology at Indiana State, but he still remains involved in science and the latest research. He also works with Indiana State Professor Swapan Ghosh.
From researching MRSA to race relations at ISU in the late ’60s and ’70s as well as supplying insights to Kellogg and leading sessions at an international conference, ISU is making its mark.
ISU students participating in the SURE (Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences) program gain ample experience while conducting research alongside faculty.
Animal research is important to give humans a better understanding of “how it is the world works,” said Christopher “Kit” Murphy, chair of ISU’s biology department. At ISU, researchers and students are studying a variety of animals to gain that understanding.
A variety of animals can be found running around ISU’s park-like campus.