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Yasuke Kataoka, ’61 GR ’64, was Indiana State’s first Japanese graduate. He has spent his career working to build relationships between the United States and Japan.
Indiana State University alumni are making their marks on the world.
Indiana State University are making their marks on the world — and receiving the accolades to prove it.
From fiction to self help to a memoir, Sycamores are having their books published.
The Indiana State University Foundation recently honored Todd and Beth ’97 Whitaker, The Bernard Osher Foundation and Robert ’76 and Joan ’75 Shenberger with the 2012 MARCH ON! Awards. The foundation also recognized Ruby (Shelton) Rusk ’60 with the 2012 John P. Newton Spirit of ISU Award.
From buildings’ names being changed to awards being given to alumni, Indiana State is making its mark.
The March On! The Campaign for Indiana State University ended with $86.7 million in support of students, faculty, programs and facilities.
Find out which alumni are retiring, advancing in their positions or sending their children to continue the family tradition at ISU.
When ISU celebrates Homecoming this year, it also will honor a coach who returned the Sycamores to the Big Dance after a 10-year absence.
Charles DeMaio returns to ISU as executive director of the ISU Alumni Association.