Indiana State students make their mark on campus — and in the community — by applying what they’re learning in the classroom or their life’s passions.
A dancer since pre-K, Kelsey Graman of Jasper, Ind., now enjoys choreographing her own steps. Perhaps after earning her textile, apparel and merchandising degree, she can write — and design the costumes for — a musical.
An accounting major with a minor in insurance from Clinton, Ind., Jacob Panagouleas values his extended family at State.
Holland, Ind., native Katelyn Kendall recently volunteered as the music director for the Terre Haute Community Theater’s production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” She is a vocal music education major.
Pikes’ installations of solar panels at their chapter house is just the latest way they’re working to make their community — and planet — a better place.
Indiana State undergraduate students have ample opportunity to contribute to the world’s growing body of knowledge, while at the same time honing important skills and bolstering their resumes.
An Indiana State researcher and her colleagues are changing the way educators think about poverty’s impact on children’s exposure to language.