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ISU Today
Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Announcements

University arts endowment committee grant applications
The deadline for University Arts Endowment Committee (UAEC) grant applications is Nov. 3. There is only one granting period per year for UAEC grants.

American humanitarian aid worker to speak about genocide in Rwanda
Humanitarian aid worker Carl Wilkens will share his story as the only American to remain in Rwanda after genocide began in 1994 when he presents at Indiana State University on Oct. 24.

Contemporary Music Festival features Grammy-nominated artist
Free and open to the public, the 48th Annual Contemporary Music Festival is set for Oct. 22-24 and features composer Derek Bermel, the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, pianist Minju Choi and guitarist Derek Johnson.

2014 Wellness Bash Oct. 22
The Wellness Bash, a health fair like no other, is scheduled 10 a.m.- 2p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 22 in the Student Recreation Center.

Healthy Halloween Spooktacular!
There will be a Halloween Costume Contest for ages 2-12, health screenings, activities, education, and treat bags featuring healthy treats for kids at the RHIC Simulation Center on Oct. 27.

Newsroom

Students take on teaching roles at the Community School of the Arts
Indiana State University's Community School of the Arts offers a uniquely comprehensive opportunity for both adults and children to learn the arts.

Former energy secretary Steven Chu to speak at Indiana State
Steven Chu, the only Nobel Laureate to serve as U.S. energy secretary, will speak at Tilson Auditorum at 7 p.m. Nov. 5.

Nussar wins Miss Ebony competition
Youstina Nussar of Cairo, Egypt was named Miss Ebony in the 2014 pageant, the first in five years at Indiana State University.

WISU marks 50 years of broadcasting
WISU-FM has been serving Indiana State University and the Wabash Valley for 50 years. Students, faculty, staff and alumni came together during the university's recent homecoming celebration to mark the anniversary and look to the future.

Rural Health Innovation Collaborative Simulation Center expands
The center, housed at Terre Haute's Union Hospital, has announced in third expansion since opening in 2011, providing additional hands-on learning opportunities for students at Indiana State University and other partners in the center.

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Homecoming 2014
The city of Terre Haute was overrun with Blue Pride as students and alums celebrated Homecoming 2014.

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