Scott College of Business students break out of their comfort zones and build up their LinkedIn connections through organizing the annual Networks Ethics Conference.
Sycamores spend nearly three weeks in Ghana learning about the trans-Atlantic slave trade and the Gold Coast’s rich past … and present.
Africanist Andrea Arrington wouldn’t be who she is today without the soul-stirring experiences study abroad created for her.
Scott College of Business Professor Aruna Chandra taps her global network of scholars to show her students a new perspective on how the world works.
As a member of the hard-working Welcome Team, Jada Tompkins doesn’t let anything stop her — including singing loudly, even though she can’t carry a tune. Jada is an English teaching major (with a creative writing minor) from Terre Haute.
Move over Wonder Woman: Morgan Eckert is our new favorite super heroine. A chemistry major from Fort Wayne, Ind., Eckert is Miss Crossroads to America, has deployed twice in the Air National Guard, is slated to be a pilot in the Guard and has developed a nonprofit organization that is partnering with State to meet the needs of the community.
Sometimes the best lessons — even for an accomplished scholar like Alethia Marrero — come when you push outside your comfort zone.