What does diversity mean at State?

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.

BY Sarah Kuta

Nursing a passion for health care

The incoming dean of the College of Health and Human Services has a lifelong passion for influencing health care and the health of others.

BY Judy-Anne Goldman

Joyce, ’80, GR ’95, and David, ’79, Boeglin

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.

BY Jackie Sheckler Finch

Kelsay Irby, ’17

An online LPN to BSN student, Kelsay Irby lives in Port Orchard, Ind. “Our claim to fame is that we are the town that Debbie Macomber uses as the setting for most of her books. Some people here are VERY proud of this fact. VERY,” she said.

BY Indianastate

The bucket list

The dad of an Indiana State student keeps his word and goes back to school after losing — or, winning? — a bet with his daughter.

BY Betsy Simon

Brianna Fleming, ’19

A nursing major from Brownsburg, Ind., Brianna Fleming says Dr. Kandi Hill-Clarke, dean of the Bayh College of Education, is someone she’ll remember the rest of her life.

BY Indianastate

Mackenzie Carpenter, ’16

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.

BY Indianastate