Millennials: A New Kind of Employee?

Despite the headlines claiming the newest generation to enter the workforce has special needs and requests, experts say their behavior is the same as any new employee. Our experts also share tips to be the best employee you can — no matter your age.

BY Elise Lima, '16

What is happiness?

Faculty, staff and students weigh in on how they define happiness — and perhaps more importantly, how to have more of it in our lives.

BY Jamina Tribbett, ’17

Commencement speakers reflect on Indiana State experience

Cheryl Roberson, ’90, is an executive with the world’s second largest aircraft engine manufacturer, and Martha Reed, ’15, is an Indiana State staff member completing her bachelor’s degree at an age when many people are thinking about retirement.

BY Dave Taylor

Does privacy still exist?

In a digital age when many share every detail of their lives and cyber-security breaches are more and more common, we ask computer experts and business professionals what’s the future for our data.

BY Sadie All, '15

Connia Nelson, ’77

Connia Nelson, who is senior vice president for human resources with Verizon Communications, treats others as she would like to be treated.

BY Jackie Sheckler Finch

Sycamores ‘focused’ on success

A Lilly Endowment grant to the Career Center is helping Indiana State graduates — new and not-so-new — become better professionals and navigate sometimes rough employment waters.

BY Emily Sturgess

Career innovation

Lilly Endowment grant to help university boost graduates’ career prospects.

BY Dave Taylor