Posts Tagged ‘history’
For Noma Gurich, ’75, the summer of 1970 and Indiana State University sent her down an unknown and unexpected path that has led her to being named an Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice.
From researching MRSA to race relations at ISU in the late ’60s and ’70s as well as supplying insights to Kellogg and leading sessions at an international conference, ISU is making its mark.
From degrees to awards, Indiana State’s alumni are experiencing success.
In his first try at college, Benjamin Tomak walked away from three universities. He doubted if he could finish. he will be pursuing graduate degrees at the University of Liverpool and the University of Delaware.
An ISU alumnus returns to work for the university and a dean is selected for a prestigious fellowship.
The Middle East has been an almost daily presence in the news since 2001. Yet, experts say that many Americans still don’t understand the area. Those same experts say that needs to change. This issue of Indiana State University Magazine explores, not only the Middle East, but also the world.
Sarah Christian witnesses history as Egyptians protest.
A former state representative received the President’s Medal, while a history professor received a Fulbright Award. Another professor teaches in Russia without leaving Terre Haute.