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Chavez Phelps never expected to be back at Indiana State University after graduating in 2011 with a PhD in school psychology. But when he was ready to delve into teaching and research six years later, he left his native New Orleans to return to his alma mater with years of field experiences to impart on Read more…

BY Libby Roerig

Workforce perspective

Edie Wittenmyer teaches freshmen basic electronics, senior project management and graduate project management courses.

BY Betsy Simon

The science of cheerleading

When Indianapolis native Kya Jackson isn’t cheering on her fellow Sycamores, she’s learning the latest in cybercrime security.

BY Betsy Simon

Literature is fun

Writing workshops don’t have to be boring or intimidating, says English Professor Emily Capettini. In fact, they offer valuable life lessons.

BY Betsy Simon

Top notch

Business undergrad lands a job with Amazon after wowing them during an internship his junior year.

BY Betsy Simon

Setting the Stage

Family often helps write the script of our lives, and for Myles Hesse, family shaped the course of his academic career. When Myles was in seventh grade, his three sisters were cast in a local production of Les Misérables. As the only member of the family not asked to be a part of the show, Read more…

BY Kimmie Collins