Desiree Edwards hails from a small town in Illinois, but she taps her rich cultural and diversity experiences as a HR generalist at Briljent, an organization rooted in adult learning, instructional design and training delivery.
Emeritus Professor Will Barratt starts second act — or third … or fourth, we’ve lost count — teaching in Malaysia.
State’s Early Childhood Education Center offers quality care for Wabash Valley youngsters — and valuable classroom experience for future teachers.
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.
Blue is global — now more than ever in the university’s 150-year history. About 200 Sycamores pack their bags and join a faculty member to learn about the world.
Sycamores spend nearly three weeks in Ghana learning about the trans-Atlantic slave trade and the Gold Coast’s rich past … and present.
A second year graduate student studying student affairs and higher education, Casey Knepfler grew up in Caro, Mich., but considers Grand Rapids her home, too.