Behind the success of Indiana State’s track and field program is a star coach — well, a few star coaches.
The fishing team idea was born three years ago when four Sycamores showed an interest in creating one. They had been to different competitions to see what it was like and came to the consensus, “Why not at Indiana State?”
From its humble origins as a state normal school in the final days of the Civil War to its well-established status as the state’s educational leader to its emerging development as a national and international leader, Indiana State continues to extend its brand as an educational leader.
Michael Hayes, ’84, GR ’86, is leading the national discussion about how to eradicate hazing in high schools and college. At Indiana State, officials in Greek life, athletics and band work to educate Sycamores about what hazing looks like and why it shouldn’t be tolerated.
Eight graduate students in the clinical mental health counseling program travel to India to learn about the latest neuroscience discoveries and expressive therapies.
Only in its third year, the College of Arts and Sciences’ Community Semester is already becoming programming that the community looks forward to each spring. Organizers explain what makes it so special.
Current and former Sycamores are excited about the under-construction track venue, the Gibson Track and Field Complex, and the future of Indiana State’s program.