Posts Tagged ‘Foundation’

Foundation Names New President

Foundation Names New President

The ISU Foundation Board of Directors has selected Ron Carpenter, ’77, as foundation president. Carpenter is an ISU alumnus who has 35 years of experience in not-for-profit leadership.

‘Sycamores on the Wabash’

‘Sycamores on the Wabash’

The Indiana State University Foundation is a recent recipient of a landscape painting entitled “Sycamores on the Wabash” by Zionsville, Ind., artist, Suzie Rachles.

Classroom to Honor Treasury Agent

Classroom to Honor Treasury Agent

Mike Blackwell has fond memories of visiting his father Mark Allen Blackwell’s office in the Federal Building and playing pinball. Now, he has named a room in honor of his father in the building being converted to offices and classrooms for the Scott College of Business.

March On! campaign exceeds goal

March On! campaign exceeds goal

The March On! The Campaign for Indiana State University ended with $86.7 million in support of students, faculty, programs and facilities.

’73 Grad Returns as Alumni Director

’73 Grad Returns as Alumni Director

Charles DeMaio returns to ISU as executive director of the ISU Alumni Association.

Fall Tour 2011

Fall Tour 2011

You are invited to attend the reception in your area on this year’s Fall Tour.

Open Doors

Open Doors

The Barnes & Noble/Indiana State University College Booksellers is the latest indication that the fortunes of Terre Haute’s central business district are changing.

Foundation Enjoys Several Successes

Foundation Enjoys Several Successes

Despite the stock market’s recent fluctuations, the ISU Foundation’s fund-raising program has enjoyed several successes during the past year. In the third quarter of the current (2008-2009) fiscal year, the Foundation enjoyed a 3 percent increase in contributions to the ISU Annual Fund. The Annual Fund consists of yearly restricted and unrestricted gifts that provide funding for various University projects and programs. This increase totaled nearly $100,000 and represented an increase in the amount of the average gift.