Bringing the world home

Professors Jim and Karla Speer observe sustainability and archaeology while traveling with their young children on a six-month European sabbatical.

Many students at Indiana State University commute for an hour or more to classes — but imagine if you could ride a train to Terre Haute every morning and during that ride, sleep or do homework on the way. Many people dream of a simpler way of life where…
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Moe the therapy dog

Moe is a registered therapy dog and the only one in Terre Haute actively visiting at this time, according to Linda McQuiston, assistant nursing professor at Indiana State and Moe’s human.

BY Kristen Kilker

STEM together

Women make up almost half of the U.S. workforce and have been the bulk of bachelor’s degree recipients since 1988. Still, women account for only about one-fourth of workers in science, technology, engineering and math careers.

BY Betsy Simon

50 and fabulous

Crossroads Repertory Theatre balances new and old with a special anniversary season lineup including past favorites and exciting modern productions.

BY Libby Roerig

Evolving care

A research project to learn more about residents of the Vigo County Poor Farm shines light on the evolution of how we care for our country’s population in the most need. Indiana State is also training students to be leaders in the rapidly growing nonprofit sector.

BY Libby Roerig


THE BUSINESS OF MUSIC

Jason Miles, ’73, has had a successful career in the music industry by working hard and being unique. Now, he encourages aspiring musicians to do the same.

BY Libby Roerig