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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.
Gerry Dick and Annie Smith spoke to the May 2011 graduates that gathered at Human Memorial Center
The survey says nurses and doctors need to improve communication, while students studying for health-related fields learning about communicating with one another. A nursing professor receives an award education research. Undergrad students get in on researching heat stroke. An alumna is changing the world one patient at a time.
A former state representative received the President’s Medal, while a history professor received a Fulbright Award. Another professor teaches in Russia without leaving Terre Haute.
From Yellowstone National Park to the Wabash Valley, faculty members are expanding opportunities for their students.
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.
This issue of Indiana State University Magazine explores the university’s commitment to green initiatives and the work of our alumni in sustainability efforts. While the university proudly showcases its blue, it is always important to remember that it takes blue to make green.
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.
Five new books from ISU faculty members receive much acclaim.