Posts Tagged ‘Tony Rathburn’
Jared Kluesner graduated in 2006 — a year later and with a different degree than he planned when a geology class opened the door to new possibilities.
Five Indiana State professors investigate climate through seafloors, tree rings, weather patterns and archeology. They agree that times are changing and humans are living the experiment.
From being invited to present research conferences to students at other universities coming to Terre Haute to study with ISU professors, Indiana State is making a difference.
An ISU professor and students go crusing for science.
From conducting research in Australia to working in the Indiana State Legislature and exploring business practices in Europe, ISU students are preparing for their futures.
From the Pacific to the labs of ISU and from Thailand to Yellowstone, ISU professors and students are researching our world.