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.
The incoming dean of the College of Health and Human Services has a lifelong passion for influencing health care and the health of others.
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.
College sweethearts during the Larry Bird era, the Boeglins made their home in Terre Haute and raised a family here — and have proudly watch the progress their alma mater has made over the years.
Gentle, kind, funny is how senior nursing major Mackenzie Carpenter was described by faculty member Emily Cannon. She’s a “joy to be around and (is) so good with her patients,” Cannon said of the Crawfordsville native.
Jordyn Hoffmann of Westfield, a nursing major who graduated in December, is giving of her time. “She volunteers for every nursing learning opportunity she can! She has been on a mission trip to Haiti (and) spends extra time with nurse practitioners at IU Health’s Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis (on her own time),” said nursing faculty member Emily Cannon.
Indiana State’s story is best told through its graduates and faculty. Here is one of a dozen people who exemplifies the university’s key qualities.