Campus Updates and ISU in the News
Farewell reception for Jay Gatrell
A reception is scheduled from 3-4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11 in Dede II. A short program is scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m.
Help select the future scholars of ISU
Faculty and staff volunteers are needed to interview prospective recipients of the President’s and University Honors Scholarships for 2014.
New Printer Procurement and Printing Management Standard Introduced
Standard developed to promote sustainability, and reduce cost.
Hats and gloves for 14th and Chestnut
Warm hands, warm hearts: A season of giving from ISU Facilities Management
Note to faculty regarding final grading/withdrawal policy
Contact the Office of Registration and Records with any questions.
Flu shots available at Health Center
Shots are given 8:30-11 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m. now through Dec. 20.
Win free Colts Tickets
Join the Steppin' Sycamores, a 6-week campus-wide walking challenge by 9 p.m. Dec. 16 for your chance to win FREE Colts Tickets.
Dean named for graduate college
Lynn Maurer has been selected to serve as dean of Indiana State's College of Graduate and Professional Studies and chief research officer of the university. She comes to Indiana State from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
Students experience part of Spanish culture blocks from campus
Students in a Spanish and Spanish American culture class discovered the influence of Spanish architecture in the construction of the historic Indiana Theatre in downtown Terre Haute.
Business Education Association honors Indiana State professor, graduate
William Wilhelm, professor of management, information systems and business education, received the Outstanding Business Educator Award. Barbara Beadle, a 1965 graduate, received the Friend of Business Education Award.
Lilly Endowment grant to help university boost graduates' career prospects
The funding will help expand Indiana State's Focus Indiana initiative by introducing employment awareness earlier in students' college careers, expand internship opportunities and support new employer relations staff positions in the Career Center.
Applications available for Indiana Principal Leadership Institute's second class
Fifty principals from around the state will be invited to participate in the institute's second class and will begin a two-year experience next summer.