What’s in your water? Part 1

In this first installment of a two-part series, we examine how local officials and Indiana State researchers are studying the Wabash River and Riverscape efforts. The next installment in August will look at an Indiana State alumnus’ efforts to clean up contaminated drinking water in Kenya.

A few hundred steps from the fast-moving Wabash River, crews are busy turning the site of a former meat packing plant into a new Indiana State University track and field facility. As geese paddle near the riverbank at Fairbanks Park, where eagles are k…
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Why do students volunteer?

The 2013 Washington Monthly College Guide places Indiana State at the top of its list of 281 national universities in the category of community service participation and hours worked by students, faculty and staff. Students answer the question, “Why do you volunteer?”

BY Emily Sturgess

Why do faculty volunteer?

The 2013 Washington Monthly College Guide places Indiana State at the top of its list of 281 national universities in the category of community service participation and hours worked by students, faculty and staff. A faculty member answers the question, “Why do you volunteer?”

BY Dave Taylor

Why do alumni volunteer?

The 2013 Washington Monthly College Guide places Indiana State at the top of its list of 281 national universities in the category of community service participation and hours worked by students, faculty and staff. Alumnus Michael Holthouse answers the question, “Why do you volunteer?”

BY Betsy Simon