State’s industry partnerships help shape the university’s degree offerings to align closely with workforce needs, which means students are going into in-demand fields and are prepared to hit the ground running after graduation.
This star Sycamore athlete put her promising packaging career on hold to test her talents in the professional ranks of soccer.
An unmanned systems major with minor in manufacturing engineering, Ell Arnold of Indianapolis believes in making a difference and already works as a mentor.
Mike Nackers works each day to ensure his life isn’t boring. The Fort Wayne, Ind., native is a graduate student in the technology management program with an automotive concentration.
Graduated basic training and started his own aviation business: Something tells us if Travis Eckert did come back as a pampered cat, he’d be the hardest working cat around! The Fort Wayne, Ind., is a double major in unmanned systems and aviation management.
Driving a fast car doesn’t scare Akintobi Akinwumi, a graduate student from Ilobu, Osun State, Nigeria, in the technology management program. Just don’t ask him to climb a ladder.
Each year, more than a thousand international students find their way to Indiana State from all corners of the globe, helping to make it the most diverse public institution in Indiana.