Posts Tagged ‘College of Arts and Sciences’
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.
From research on bullying to an aviation course for honors students, professors and students are continuing to learn and share what they discover.
Making movies, helping minority students study education and conducting research in Botswana are all part of ISU students’ lives.
From helping foster grandparents stay healthy to aiding a local humane shelter, ISU has continued to give back to Vigo County. One professor is taking a state-wide look at aiding the rural areas.
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.
In each new community where Emma Lee (Heierman) Twitchell, ’70, has lived she’s left her mark by helping people. Now, she’s helping animals at Oakland Zoo.
Two teams of Indiana State University students and technicians spent their summer working in the southern Appalachian Mountains on three projects researching the federally endangered Indiana bat, the little-known eastern small-footed bat and acoustic activity of bats.