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.
Sean was recently accepted into the highly competitive Johns Hopkins Nurse Practitioner Program. The nursing major from Monterey, Calif., also worked as a student instructor at Indiana State.
“He is very dedicated to the profession and was recently inducted into the Lambda Sigma chapter of Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society International, also a highly competitive program,” said Heather Anderson, instructor in the department of baccalaureate nursing. “He shows exemplary dedication to the nursing profession, as well as exceptional leadership qualities.”
A nursing major, Scott Kelemen is an online student from Toms River, N.J. He was asked by online Professor Kathleen Huun to evaluate the “Double Robot” simulation experience.
“Our review of the ‘double’ took on a life of its own, and we were involved in many simulation events that were be held at various times, and some at a moment’s notice,” Huun said. “Despite Scott’s willingness to help, it was his leadership, nursing knowledge, and engaging personality that made the integration of the ‘double’ within pre-scheduled simulation events a success. He truly was a huge component of this pilot study.”