The right size

It wouldn’t take Goldilocks three tries at Indiana State — she’d know right away the university is big enough to spread her wings but small enough to get high-quality attention from faculty and staff.

BY Sarah Kuta

Furthering the education of education

As the new dean of the Bayh College of Education, Janet Buckenmeyer believes educators have opportunity to try something different, provide leadership and show lawmakers what works in the classroom.

BY Judy-Anne Goldman

Michael Scott Jr., ’10

Sycamore-turned-Ivy-leaguer to deliver alumni address at winter commencement on Dec. 16 in the Hulman Center.

BY Betsy Simon

Joshua Perry, ’19

If you’re ever sitting by Joshua Perry at the movies, don’t worry — he won’t ask you to share the popcorn! The Kokomo, Ind., native is a Bayh College of Education Scholars to Teachers (BEST) scholar, majoring in elementary education and minoring in English as a second language.

BY Indianastate

Madison Michalic, ’20

Spend a little time with Madison Michalic, and you’ll figure out quickly why she has the nickname Happy. Michalic of Clinton, Ind., is an elementary education major with a minor in special education.

BY Indianastate

Can State help break the cycle of poverty?

In the final installment of a series following up on the Chronicle of Higher Education’s recent article featuring Indiana State, we explore the lifelong value a college education provides.

BY Sarah Kuta

Education abroad

Faculty and students from Indiana State’s Bayh College of Education share ideas with the University of Cape Coast in Ghana.

BY Indianastate