Two state-funded initiatives — in North Carolina and Missouri — are arming Indiana State biologists with the resources to study and protect the endangered gray bat and Indiana bat.
Indiana State undergraduate students have ample opportunity to contribute to the world’s growing body of knowledge, while at the same time honing important skills and bolstering their resumes.
In a rare century-long study, Indiana State scientists aim to learn more about how forest management strategies impact endangered bats.
Sycamore lands a research fellowship through the National Science Foundation and helps scientists learn more about barred owls.
What started as a Sycamore’s summer research project into phosphorus levels 93 million years ago could shed light on why fertilizer runoff creates “dead zones” around the world.
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.
Research by Indiana State graduate students in North Carolina and Tennessee aims to save the rarest of bat species.