Indiana State has long had the most diverse residential student body of any public institution in the state — and programs such as student affairs and higher education, nursing and others are leading the charge to create an even more inclusive campus.
Alumna is a leader at the Federal Aviation Administration’s Office of Airports. “I still use a lot of the advice … my professors gave me. I couldn’t have gotten there without Indiana State University.”
It’s no wonder Kayleigh Bordner and her “Flying Sycamores” teammates placed second in this year’s 40th Annual Air Race Classic. The Flora, Ind., native is double majoring in professional aviation flight technology and aviation management … and has a minor in unmanned systems. She and her team earned $3,000 and Bose A20 headsets each for their success.
A native of Georgetown, Ind., Lydia Kost is a member of Team Classic 5 “Flying Sycamores” that placed second in this year’s 40th Annual Air Race Classic. Kost is majoring in professional flight technology and aviation management with a minor in unmanned systems. She and her team earned $3,000 and Bose A20 headsets each for their success.
Gommel said Indiana State prepared him well for his career, although he never imagined he would one day fly bigwigs in corporate jets.
Indiana State’s story is best told through its graduates and faculty. Here is one of a dozen people who exemplifies the university’s key qualities.
Experts say there is potential for unmanned systems to change the way people live their daily lives. Indiana State is a leader in this emerging field.