Innovative and high-tech programs taught in a relevant way are answering workforce needs for highly skilled workers, regionally and beyond.
Indiana State tackles national issue of campus hunger by launching a food pantry for students.
Joseph Twitdy enjoys solving other people’s problems.
Family often helps write the script of our lives, and for Myles Hesse, family shaped the course of his academic career. When Myles was in seventh grade, his three sisters were cast in a local production of Les Misérables. As the only member of the family not asked to be a part of the show, Read more…
A new program at State helps equip students with the skills to succeed, whether they’re in business for themselves or not.
Campus and community organizations help cultivate a growing culture of entrepreneurism in the Wabash Valley.
Entrepreneur Bryan Buchelt was an aerospace administration major. He is the founder and owner of Snaproll Studios.