Posts Tagged ‘College of Arts and Sciences’
Jared Kluesner graduated in 2006 — a year later and with a different degree than he planned when a geology class opened the door to new possibilities.
Jill Williams’ hobby of creating chocolates has led her to the stars, but she aims higher still.
A retired Indiana State professor leads a mindfulness-based approach to eating.
Indiana State students investigated the building blocks of life as part of a summer research collaboration.
Meet the new dean of the Bayh College of Education, read about the dedication of the Bayh Legacy Wall and follow Spanish professor Lisa Calvin on the Camino de Santiago in Spain.
Professors and students have discovered ways to help patients struggling with fibromyalgia and have continued tracking the rebound of white tail deer.
Many routes exisit to fun and happiness in our lives. But what is fun? What is happiness? Indiana State psychology Professor Virgil Sheets discusses them and their impact on our lives in this question and answer session in this issue of magazine, which focuses on happiness.
Elementary education majors at Indiana State teach children from kindergarten through seventh grade in the annual Science Camp as a way to learn more about teaching in the classroom.
ISU earth and environmental systems major combines old and new wind data to determine location for new wind turbine.
From researching human trafficking to teaching Shakespeare to prisoners to exploring far below the seafloor, Indiana State faculty and students are making a difference in the Wabash Valley and around the world.