Posts Tagged ‘College of Nursing Health and Human Services’
Sally Neville, ’74, finds it’s important to laugh in the face of difficult situations as she directs HIV care at the Kansas City Care Clinic and has become nationally known for her work.
When Jack Maynard steps down this summer after 10 years as Indiana State University’s provost and vice president of academic affairs, Biff Williams will take over that position after five years as dean of the College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services.
Becky Drummy Fehman launched her maternity/baby concierge to help new parents with everything from baby proofing their houses to breastfeeding.
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.
ISU Athletic Training majors combine magic and science to educate local elementary students on the functions of the human body.
The campus welcomed two new deans this fall. Both are classroom veterans and one is a newcomer to Indiana State. A veteran nursing faculty member was named executive director of nursing and the president of a Thai university received the ISU President’s Medal in recognition of his work in developing an international partnership between the two universities.
A 1991 ISU grad now safeguards US commercial fishermen by trying to take the deadly of the “Deadliest Catch.”
Nathan Schaumleffel, an associate professor of kinesiology, recreation and sport, received the Honor Medal from the Boy Scouts of America for rescuing a teenage from Sugar Creek at Turkey Run State Park.
In the Center for Wellness and Applied Medicine, faculty-headed research has students involved in muscle testing and data collection.
From honoring a former university president to aiding those in need in Terre Haute and bringing a piece of Terre Haute history home, Indiana State plays an important role in the Wabash Valley.