Yes, say members of Alpha Omicron Pi who returned to Indiana State last summer to reconnect and reflect on their friendships and lives well lived.
Longtime psychology professor Jean Kristeller says we can be healthier — and more satisfied — by being more mindful of what we’re eating. For instance, it’s better to savor half a cookie instead of devouring the whole bag.
Jim Speer’s Introduction to Environmental Science class participated a national discussion about the possible links between crumb tire in artificial turf and high cancer rates in soccer goalies.
The process of designing clothes is an intricate one that involves technique, material, art and inspiration. Anyone can create a clothing line, but not everyone can put in the work that goes into constructing one’s own garments. In any case, similar to art, clothing design is not created in a vacuum.
Lots, say experts. Sports boost pride, provide experiential learning and may help increase enrollment.
In a digital age when many share every detail of their lives and cyber-security breaches are more and more common, we ask computer experts and business professionals what’s the future for our data.
As prevalent as DNA has become in our modern vocabularies, the rapid growth of genomics, the implications of genetic research on public health and public policy and the growing need for genetic counselors are at the forefront of conversations at Indiana State.