An Indiana State researcher and her colleagues are changing the way educators think about poverty’s impact on children’s exposure to language.
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.
Emeritus Professor Will Barratt starts second act — or third … or fourth, we’ve lost count — teaching in Malaysia.
An elementary education major from Indianapolis, Maggie Glowinski was selected from hundreds of applicants to be a 2018 500 Festival Princess.
A senior math education major, Christina Holt of Terre Haute is a kindred spirit to Annie Oakley. Maybe that’s because she’s quick on the draw … with a pencil to solve an equation.
A recipient of the Blumberg Scholarship, Tequilla Howard is a special education and elementary education major from Evansville.
Both — faculty and staff provide the right mix of push and mentoring to Sycamores, who are ready to take flight upon graduation.