A graduate student in linguistics/teaching English as a second language from Novokuznetsk, Russia, Margarita Nemchuk would like to come back as a ’80s rock star. (Us, too!)
From speech therapy to journalism, Sycamores get professional experience in an array of clinics, centers and programs — all while under the supervision of experts.
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.
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.
Alumna’s work as a researcher for the Center for Black Music Research combines her love of music, public service and learning.
A communication major from Terre Haute, Natalie Shanks landed an internship with the 500 Festival this spring. Ironically, Shanks says she is a “paranoid” driver, and the festival celebrates the iconic IndyCar race.
A School of Music professor’s sabbatical yields an album featuring Indiana State students and faculty and arrangements by accomplished Chicago composer Regina Harris Baiocchi.