After nearly 20 years at her previous institution, Nesli Alp decided it was time for a new challenge. Meet the new dean of State’s College of Technology.
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.
“Your possibilities are endless” when students take full advantage of all the opportunities available at State, says this MasterBrand Cabinets executive.
A dancer since pre-K, Kelsey Graman of Jasper, Ind., now enjoys choreographing her own steps. Perhaps after earning her textile, apparel and merchandising degree, she can write — and design the costumes for — a musical.
Desiree Edwards hails from a small town in Illinois, but she taps her rich cultural and diversity experiences as a HR generalist at Briljent, an organization rooted in adult learning, instructional design and training delivery.
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.
Attending New Student Orientation prompted Scott Nalls to change his academic major — and helped him embark on a rewarding and in-demand career field, packaging engineering and technology.