Jakarra Jenkins, ’19

She’s perfect just the way she is: Jakarra Jenkins, a health sciences major (health administration concentration) from Chicago.

BY Indianastate

Amping up the volume

Not a place where students are shhh’d or study solo, Cunningham Memorial Library has evolved to an active learning space by developing resources for Sycamores. Feel free to move the furniture, too.

BY Betsy Simon

Paul Siebenmorgen, ’72

A recreation major turned banker, Paul Siebenmorgen rang the opening bell in honor of Farmers & Merchants Bancorp Inc. (Nasdaq: FMAO), an Archbold, Ohio bank, being publicly traded.

BY Jackie Sheckler Finch

Mark Stubblefield, ’00

Athletic trainer coordinates care — both incident-related and preventative — to help umpires stay healthy and in the game.

BY Brian Hudgins

Erial Pena, ’18

Don’t tell Erial Pena’s professors — she’s a huge procrastinator. Houston-born, she’s a human development and family studies major and hard-working member of the Welcome Team for New Student Orientation.

BY Indianastate

Jodi Buis, ’18

Jodi Buis of Greencastle, Ind., was a perfect fit for Welcome Team this summer. After all, the human development and family studies major — who has a major phobia of sharks — isn’t tempted to spend her time at the beach!

BY Indianastate

Zakary Bushue, ’18

As a social work major from Teutopolis, Ill., Zakary Bushue spent his spring 2017 semester placed at a private facility near his hometown to work with children, birth to 3 years old who are at risk of developmental delays, for his practicum.

BY Indianastate