Posts Tagged ‘Indiana State University Foundation’
Bob and Jan Jerry support study abroad opportunities for ISU education students.
To honor his wife who died of breast cancer, Joel Harbaugh, ’91, established the Mary Card Harbaugh Scholarship for Nursing through the Indiana State University Foundation. Michael Mardis, a senior tight end on the football team and nursing major, is the first recipient.
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.
The Indiana State University Foundation has announced CSW Design team as the winners of the Meis Plaza Design Competition. The team members included Andrea Cole, senior interior architecture design major from Greenfield; Sara Stetter, senior interior architecture design major from St. Anthony; and Julie Whitaker, junior human and environmental systems major from New Palestine.
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.
The March On! The Campaign for Indiana State University ended with $86.7 million in support of students, faculty, programs and facilities.
Charles DeMaio returns to ISU as executive director of the ISU Alumni Association.
Artist Tim Upham of Fort Collins, Colo., has incorporated an iconic university symbol into the design of the sculpture while the ISU Foundation and Wabash Valley Art Spaces announced a public contest to name the sculpture.
Renae Kirby, GR ’09, has been named executive director of Leadership Wabash Valley. Hilary Duncan, BA ’10, will serve as communications coordinator for the foundation.
Staffs of the foundation and its partner organizations – the ISU Alumni Association, Terre Haute REX Baseball and Leadership Wabash Valley – have moved a new two-story building at Fifth and Cherry streets.