Posts Tagged ‘College of Arts and Sciences’
In his first try at college, Benjamin Tomak walked away from three universities. He doubted if he could finish. he will be pursuing graduate degrees at the University of Liverpool and the University of Delaware.
Indiana State students work to record and track weather locally and thousands of years ago.
ISU students participating in the SURE (Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences) program gain ample experience while conducting research alongside faculty.
This issue of the magazine examines different aspects of crime and punishment including, the cost of educating prisoners, an outlaw who kept a safe house in Terre Haute, and an alumnus who spent his career working for the FBI. Spend time with a university employee who can determine personality through handwriting and a professor who uses Shakespeare to help prisoners change their lives.
Mark Hamm spends time in prisons and alleys as part of his “seat-of-the-pants” research into the lives of Neo Nazis and terrorists.
Laura Bates has spent decades working with those labeled “the worst of the worst” while using Shakespeare to help change their lives.
A forensic accounting minor at ISU moves graduates to the center of criminal investigations as they comb through numbers looking for fraud and embezzlement.
An Indiana State University professor and students are piecing together the clues of those buried in a forgotten county home cemetery, including discovering how many have lain at rest since at least the late 1800s.
Alumni reflect on their time at ISU. Video package by Lou Robles with SycMedia.
ISU student, Solly Burton, the 2011 National Mandolin Champion, sits down with Brent McPike.