Blumberg Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Special Education

Since the fall of 1985, the Blumberg Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Special Education has engaged in collaborative activities with ISU Bayh College of Education faculty, students, and staff. Such efforts focus on benefiting individuals with exceptionalities through research, program development, and outreach activities across the state.

Various state and federal grants, as well as endowments from Benjamin and Fannie Blumberg, have supported our partnerships. Through these collaborative efforts, the Center provides service to families and educators who support individuals with exceptionalities. While the Blumberg Center is housed in the Bayh College of Education on the Indiana State University campus, it serves families throughout the state.
   

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Sycamore Hoopla Festivities


Blumberg Center students Natalie Lewis and Emily Horine take part in the annual Sycamore Hoopla festivities. Blumberg Center students Natalie Lewis and Emily Horine take part in the annual Sycamore Hoopla festivities. Over 50 campus organizations, residence halls, offices and departments decorated Hulman Center windows in preparation of two fun-filled days of basketball. Blumberg Center students incorporated the Polar Bear into their window design in recognition of the Polar Plunge (also was part of the Hoopla activities) which supports Special Olympics Indiana.