Jocelyn Gregg showed her Sycamore spirit of service by working a week in a Kenyan medical clinic helping patients with a variety of conditions and illnesses — from allergies to lymphoma.
Indiana State’s first ladies make just as big a mark on campus as their husbands — whether it’s with lemonade and cookies or connecting key groups in the community.
Indiana State faculty and a student have teamed up with a Vigo County middle school to develop hands-on experiences and lessons for a pilot program aimed at helping Indiana middle school teachers incorporate more hands-on marine science lessons in their classrooms.
Task force aims to raise awareness and destigmatize mental illness within the Indiana State community.
Despite rising costs, a recent study found a college education is still worth the investment. Indiana State, with its legacy as a leader in keeping college affordable, is doing more than ever.
Besides the opportunity for scholarships, two sisters say they learned a lot, including valuable interview skills, from participating in beauty pageants.
Some Sycamores get an introduction to research each year as part of the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience. Andrew Beaven, a 2011 graduate, did and went on to work with collaborators at the prestigious National Institute of Health.