In a rare century-long study, Indiana State scientists aim to learn more about how forest management strategies impact endangered bats.
An energy-efficient building that ensures high-quality learning and engaged collaboration is achieved with the new, highly functional Health and Human Services building.
For almost 50 years, a group of Sycamores have gathered each holiday season to share a meal, enjoy communion and exchange updates. Their core group, as you might expect, now includes two additional generations … and growing.
Each year, more than a thousand international students find their way to Indiana State from all corners of the globe, helping to make it the most diverse public institution in Indiana.
Faculty and students from Indiana State’s Bayh College of Education share ideas with the University of Cape Coast in Ghana.
Interior architecture design alumna Megan Horney, ’06, and her fiancé anchor their lives, careers with a boutique hotel in Croatia.
Sycamores spend nearly three weeks in Ghana learning about the trans-Atlantic slave trade and the Gold Coast’s rich past … and present.