Posts Tagged ‘College of Arts and Sciences’
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.
A new Indiana State University initiative, the Rural-Urban Entrepreneurship Development Institute (RUEDI), is working to breathe new life into rural Indiana.
For Noma Gurich, ’75, the summer of 1970 and Indiana State University sent her down an unknown and unexpected path that has led her to being named an Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice.
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.
Nursing students test children’s blood for lead poisoning while earth and environmental systems students test soil for lead contamination in efforts to keep children safe.
For the past decade, Indiana State have researched the Indiana bat in an area southwest of the Indianapolis International Airport.
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.