Posts Tagged ‘College of Nursing’

People – Fall 2012

People – Fall 2012

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.

Taking Out the ‘Deadly’

Taking Out the ‘Deadly’

A 1991 ISU grad now safeguards US commercial fishermen by trying to take the deadly of the “Deadliest Catch.”

Worth the Risk

Worth the Risk

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.

A Safe Way to Play

A Safe Way to Play

In the Center for Wellness and Applied Medicine, faculty-headed research has students involved in muscle testing and data collection.

Campus Places and Terre Haute — Summer 2012

Campus Places and Terre Haute — Summer 2012

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.

Awards and Recognition — Spring 2012

Awards and Recognition — Spring 2012

From a driver of the year, to outstanding community service to national awards for professors, ISU students and faculty have gained recognition this year.

Campus Places and Terre Haute — Spring 2012

Campus Places and Terre Haute — Spring 2012

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.

People — Spring 2012

People — Spring 2012

ISU welcomes new directors and celebrates a director’s selection for a leadership-development program.

Discovering The Body

Discovering The Body

Students in ISU’s new master’s of physician assistant studies program are among the first to utilize the gross anatomy lab in the College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services.

Campus Places and Terre Haute — Summer 2011

ISU dedicated the National Road Plaza, which portrays the history of the National Road. A sculpture by alumnus Jack Fox memorializes Stephen Kennedy, an athletic training student who died in 2000. Sycamore Business Advisors continue to help local businesses create plans to grow while the students gain real-world experience.