Posts Tagged ‘education’
Bob and Jan Jerry support study abroad opportunities for ISU education students.
A recent graduate’s class at La Porte High School is impacting its school through kindness. Another education alumnus is impacting future teachers through an educational bestseller.
With a history of preparing Indiana’s educators since 1870, Indiana State’s Bayh College of Education continues to help Hoosier educators attain their goals and impact their local communities and schools through a traveling doctoral program for administrators.
An alumna has turned to ISU twice when she wanted to change her life. Two other alumni have been lauded for their teaching.
Government funding of the arts has been the bane of many U.S. politicians — and taxpayers, too — for years, but by starving the arts could we just be sinking the economy even further? The article examines funding of the arts and the importance of the arts in education.
Terry and Brenda Ball, ’73, GR ’74 and GR ’75, fell in love at Indiana State, but a ferocious Midwest winter sent them south to Georgia. There they’ve encountered wild weather of a different type.
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.
Making movies, helping minority students study education and conducting research in Botswana are all part of ISU students’ lives.
Melanie Beaver (BA’93, MED’98) returned to her middle school classroom in August after a year sabbatical she spent as a clinical faculty associate at Indiana State University, starting her doctorate at ISU and a summer pursuing her passion through a Lilly Endowment Teacher Creativity grant.