Indiana State University students are engaged in research projects soon after setting foot on campus. In fact, our undergraduate students often have as many research opportunities available to them as our graduate students.
Faculty in many disciplines get our students involved in hands-on learning and problem solving for community agencies and businesses -- here and abroad.
ISU research sparks world-wide interest in weighted
John Ozmun, Indiana State University professor of physical education, and recently graduated master's student Lee Robbins conducted research with weighted toys and children's fitness which drew global attention.
New spectrometer at ISU to aid research, teaching at three local
A newly acquired 400 MHz nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer in the ISU chemistry department will be used for research and teaching by faculty and students at ISU, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and St. Mary-of-the-Woods College.
Intervention programs not stopping school violence
Using archived data on eighth-graders from the "National Crime and Victimization: School Supplement Survey," Kevin Myers, a Ph.D. candidate in Indiana State University's Educational Leadership, Administration, and Foundations program, found that not only does violence correlate to doing poorly in school, but that, despite national efforts to curb school violence, it has not improved.