Hands-on preservation

Electronic and computer engineering technology and built environment students recreate the Wabash River Generating Station as part of a Duke Energy exhibit at the upcoming Vigo County History Center.

BY Betsy Simon

Can State help break the cycle of poverty?

In the final installment of a series following up on the Chronicle of Higher Education’s recent article featuring Indiana State, we explore the lifelong value a college education provides.

BY Sarah Kuta

Education abroad

Faculty and students from Indiana State’s Bayh College of Education share ideas with the University of Cape Coast in Ghana.

BY Indianastate

A million ways to serve

To annually clock more than one million hours of community service, Indiana State students and employees are (almost) always volunteering or thinking of new ways to serve.

BY Sarah Kuta

Richard “Dick” Atha, ’57

Chances are if Larry Bird had not put Indiana State on the map, Dick Atha would be the university’s most famed basketball alumnus.

BY Todd Rosiak

End of an Era

President Dan Bradley and First Lady Cheri Bradley bid farewell to friends and a campus they made better through a grand vision and nine years of persistent effort.

BY By Donovan Wheeler, ’91, GR ’08

Transformative training

The Networks Program has changed the way State teaches all Sycamores and along the way transformed business students into the best-trained leaders on the biggest professional stages. 

BY Betsy Simon