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Monday, March 2, 2015


Vice President for Student Affairs candidate, Michael Reagle
The open campus session for students, faculty, staff, community members, donors and volunteers to attend is set for 10 a.m. March 2 in the Federal Hall courtroom.

Unbounded Possibilities/Strategic Plan Goal 4 Report Out today
The annual UP/Strategic Plan Goal 4 Report Out will be 1:00-4:30 p.m March 2 in HMSU Dede III.

Scheduled Turnitin outage March 7
The Turnitin service may be unavailable for a few hours on Saturday, March 7.

10th Annual Networks Ethics Conference
The Ethics Conference returns for it's 10th year; John Borbi will be the keynote speaker, breakout sessions include topics such as music plagiarism and gender discrimination.

Documenting the Scholarship of Engagement for Retention, Tenure, Promotion, and Biennial Faculty Reviews
Indiana State University’s Center for Community Engagement, Career Center, and Faculty Center for Teaching Excellence presents “Teaching, Scholarship, and Community: A Faculty Development Series”.

Mocktails and Canvas
The Student Affairs B.L.U.E. Initiative proudly presents a free night of canvas painting, socializing and yummy non-alcoholic drinks. Please join us from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, March 5 in Hulman Memorial Student Union DEDE II to paint the night away.

Cosby Confidential: Celebrity, College, and Consent
Cosby Confidential: Celebrity, College, and Consent.

Join the SRC 500 Challenge
50 reps of 10 different exercises in beginner and advanced divisions. Are you ready to accept the CHALLENGE?

Sustainability seminar this Wednesday
Sustainability seminar titled Ethics, Economics and the Environment this Wednesday in UH 101 from noon to 1 p.m. The seminar presentation will be given by ISU professor of economics Don Richards.

Join Company Representatives for Breakfast before the Career Fair
Breakfast provided for faculty and staff to meet employers attending the Career Fair.

Nominatinations now open for Sustainability Awards!
Sustainability awards recognize students, staff, and faculty who have demonstrated a commitment to economic, social, and/or environmental sustainability in their personal or professional/academic lives. Nominations due Friday, 4/3. database trial in March
Cunningham Memorial Library has statistic portal available during March.

STATEments for the week of March 2
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Mental Health Begins with ME
The Mental Health Symposium will be held March 11.

2015-16 schedule of classes
Schedule of classes available online March 3. Priority Registration for Fall 2015 begins on April 6.

Hulman Memorial Student Union (HMSU) Information Center (IC) Desk
Services Available.


Former state senator receives University President's Award
Retired state Sen. Richard Bray of Martinsville has received the Indiana State University President's Award for Distinguished Public Service and Outstanding Achievement.

Director named for genetics counseling program
Megan Tucker, senior genetic counselor at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis, has been named director of Indiana State University's pending Master of Science program in genetic counseling.

Professors to share Auschwitz experiences at C.A.N.D.L.E.S event March 5
As part of the College of Arts and Sciences' Community Semester, the"70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz: Reflections and Discussion" is free and open to the public. The C.A.N.D.L.E.S. Museum is located at 1532 South Third St., Terre Haute.

High school students sample mechanical engineering technology
Dozens of high school students from Indiana and Illinois visited Indiana State University Friday to learn firsthand about opportunities in mechanical engineering technology.

Paul Bro, Scotty Stepp & Friends to perform March 9
The recital, which is free and open to the public, is part of the Indiana State University Faculty Artist Series.

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