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.

BY Dave Taylor

A taste of home

Three Indiana State University alumni are finding their way into our hearts — whether in Terre Haute or on a different continent — by serving up hearty meals and decadent desserts.

BY Libby Roerig

More than a name badge

The Bayh College of Education’s new dean, Kandi Hill-Clarke, used personal and innovative ways to get better acquainted with faculty and staff during her first year.

BY Betsy Simon

Lifelines

Indiana State’s First-Generation Faculty Mentoring Program aims to ease the transition from high school to college for first-generation college students, a term most commonly defined as students whose parents did not complete a bachelor’s degree.

BY Betsy Simon


A genuine contribution

Michael Ware, who was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome when he was 2 or 3, has lived his life surrounded by those who inspire him. Now this 2014 graduate is the one doing all the inspiring.

BY Dave Taylor

Protecting players

Preventing, diagnosing and treating concussions requires the vigilance of athletes and trainers alike.

BY Betsy Simon