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ISU Today
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Campus Updates and ISU in the News

Open sessions with candidates for director of equal opportunity and Title IX coordinator
Campus visits are scheduled for July 7 and July 9. Open sessions are available for the campus community to attend.

State in the news: 3-D printing, unmanned aerial vehicles
An Indiana State University project in which technology students built and flew unmanned vehicles has been featured on statewide television.

Paint and wine down
The event is set for July 23 with the Alumni Association at ISU Foundation. Alumna Angela Tapy, '03, will provide step-by-step instructions on how to create the perfect Sycamore painting for your office or home. The cost is $35. Space is limited.

Golf outing date change
Terre Haute alumni golf outing has been postponed until August 7.

Emergency warning test today
Emergency warning test today at 11 a.m.


Indiana State, Wabash Valley Small Business Development Center recognized for business development efforts
The Indiana Small Business Development Center recognized Indiana State University as its 2014 Small Business Partner of the Year at an event in June.

Rock Camp! gets teen musicians out of the home, teaches them to bring down the house
The five-day camp for young musicians is sponsored and hosted by Indiana State University's Community School of the Arts.

Crossroads Rep to present first-ever staging of ‘Rent' in Terre Haute
Loud, big and with a lot of new talent coming in to strut their stuff - that's how director Chris Berchild describes performances of the beloved musical "Rent," which will open before a sold out crowd July 10. Additonal performances are scheduled.

One Indiana State team eighth overall, another eighth among college entries in Air Race Classic
Results of the 2,200-mile event for female aviators were announced Saturday.

Magna Carta symposium, continuing legal education event planned at Indiana State
The 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta and the document's impact are the foundation of a legal seminar planned for Sept. 15 at Indiana State University.


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Gibson Track and Field Dedication
The opening of Gibson Track and Field marks Indiana State's expansion to the Wabash Riverfront and is a boost for Terre Haute's image and potentially its economy.

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