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.
Africanist Andrea Arrington wouldn’t be who she is today without the soul-stirring experiences study abroad created for her.
Sycamores aren’t confined to classrooms on the Terre Haute campus, as numerous opportunities open global perspectives — here and abroad.