Clyde Harris ’85

Sycamore says he believes the secret to his business’ success lies in its corporate values — people, plans and processes.

BY Hilary Duncan

Sara Wheeler, ’70

“We were ‘pioneers’ in the field,” nursing alumna Sara Wheeler, ’70, said of members of her class, the fourth to graduate from the university’s bachelor’s degree nursing program.

BY Emily Sturgess

Matt Ulm ’00

Ulm’s parents, Gregory, ’68, GR ’71, Ph.D. ’85, and Denise, ’72, GR ’73, are passionate Sycamore alumni. His father also worked on campus in the Bayh College of Education’s Educational Leadership and Foundations department. Growing up in Terre Haute, Ulm was constantly influenced by all that Indiana State had to offer, from attending Indiana State’s Read more…

BY Hilary Duncan

B. Scott Davis, ’81

Leadership. Innovation. Experience. These themes have underlined Indiana State alumnus Scott Davis’ career in risk management.

BY Hilary Duncan

Sally Neville, ’74

Neville followed her destiny to become one of the nation’s leading advocates for HIV and AIDS research and treatment.

BY Indianastate

Keith Ogorek, ’82

Author Keith Ogorek self-published himself all the way into the self-publishing business.

BY Indianastate

Noma Gurich, ’75

Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Noma Gurich’s career path may have been unlikely, but her motivation for fairness is anything but.

BY Indianastate