College of Technology Success Stories
Alumna attains grant for ISU students
(January 2018) Desiree Edwards, HRD ’15, attained funding through her company, Briljent, for ISU’s Females in Technology (FiT) to pursue professional development opportunities. As a past president and current FiT Advisory Council member, Desiree continues to give back through involvement in student career development activities by participating in events such as FIT for the Future, AlumLinks, TECH Connections, etc. Read more »
Fall 2017 Dean’s List Announced
Congratulations to students in the College of Technology who earned the Fall 2017 Dean’s List. This honor includes full-time students whose semester grade point average is 3.50 to 4.00.
(November 2017) COT Alumni Panel & Networking
Thursday, November 9
4:30 – 7:00 p.m. in the Myers Tech Atrium outside of TC 105
Join technology alumni as they share their experiences transitioning from college to the workforce. Networking session will follow the panel discussion. Bring your business cards. If you need help BUSINESS CARD TEMPLATE»
Faculty Spot Light--October
(October 2017) Congratulations to Dr. Amanda Muhammad (HRDPT), Dr. Andrew Payne (BUILT), and Dr. Troy Allen (AVT) for their recent faculty-led study abroad grant awards. These faculty members will be presenting their projects and information on how to get involved with faculty-led International travel grants on Wednesday October 11th from 1:00-2:00 in TC 101E.
Indiana State designs and focuses its programs on in-demand fields. Sycamores + industry partners = jobs!
(September 2017) ISU’s packaging program wraps plenty of hands-on experiences into its four-year undergraduate program to send 100 percent of its alumni straight into the workforce after graduation. Those opportunities are only made possible with the help of industry partners. Read the full article»
Obstacles to student success?
(September 2017) Christina Cantrell, graduation specialist from the office of Student Success who works directly with the College of Technology through Student Services was recently highlighted for some of the work she has done with COT students to assist them in degree progression. The full article entitled, What are the obstacles to student success can be found Here»
Working with drones
(September 2017) Troy Allen, Sam Morgan, and Bruce Welsh were highlighted by one of their former students, Grant Hosticka, for all of the academic preparation he received in many of his undergraduate courses in the COT. Read the full article»
Unmanned systems major interns with Illinois utility
(September 2017) Indiana State University senior Grant Hostick spent the summer building connections and working with drones for the largest electric utility in Illinois.
Technology instructor finds new calling in the classroom
(September 2017) Mike Williamson earned his master's degree and senior professional certificate in human resources at the age of 55. He spent 37 years in human resource management and is currently in his sixth year teaching at State. Read Mike's story»
Students tackle topic of campus parking availability
(September 2017) The key to happiness at Indiana State University was unlocked by Michael Williamson, assistant professor of civil engineering, and students in his transportation course who conducted a parking study to locate the most abundant parking on campus during peak, weekday hours. Learn more about this project»
Civil Engineering Students Study Parking on Campus
Reception Celebrating Student Career Success
(April 2017) COT students who have internships or jobs lined up for summer 2017 were recognized at a reception co-sponsored by the ISU Career Center and the College of Technology on April 27 in the Myers Technology Center. Students shared their career plans with the group and were reminded to stay in touch with faculty, staff and students at ISU so we can follow their successes. Spring 2017 students recognized for career achievement»
Riley Denning receives leadership award
(April 2017) Congratulations to Riley Denning, a junior in Technology and Engineering Education, for receiving the Sycamore Junior Leadership Award for 2017.
FIT for the Future receives program award
(April 2017) Congratulations to Females in Technology for winning the 2017 Sycamore Leadership Award for Collaborative Program of the Year - FIT for the Future! Thanks to the eight COT student organizations that contributed to the success of the 10th annual event! www.indstate.edu/technology/fftf2017
ASCE enjoys success at Concrete Canoe competition
(April 2017) Congratulations to ASCE for their successes at the annual Concrete Canoe competition, their 2nd year to compete. The "Avenged Paperweight" canoe made a successful trip to Milwaukee in a remarkably engineered mobile transportation device. The sink test was one of the top contenders and the exhibit definitely made ISU proud. Way to go team! Check out the photos on the ASCE Facebook page»
Design students gain professional experiences
(March 2017) Seven seniors in the Interior Architecture Design program traveled to St. Louis to tour and visit with professionals at four different companies: Marcia Moore Designs, Arcturis, H.O.K. and Collab. Professor Azizi Arrington-Bey and Career Center staff accompanied the students.
FiT Legacy Leaf
(March 2017) The Females in Technology re-dedicated their Legacy Leaf in celebration of ISU's Sesquicentennial.
FIT for the Future Celebrates 10 Years
ISU’s Females in Technology hosted nearly 200 enthusiastic participants in their 10th annual event. The celebration was shared by high school students, teachers, professionals in STEM career fields, and college women in STEM majors. The day included professionals sharing their career experiences and advice, hands-on workshops, and lots of networking. Save the date for March 2, 2018. See news story >>
Packaging Minor Making a Mark
(February 2017) Marybeth Greene, a senior art major with minors in packaging engineering technology and computer-aided design and drafting, is making a mark around campus. She designed the Sycamores art work in HMSU and also the program display boards for the lobbies in the Myers Technology Center and the Technology Annex.
Packaging students win 1st and 3rd in Amazing Packaging Race at PackExpo
(December 2016) The Amazing Packaging Race is a student-based scavenger hunt within the PackExpo in which the students explore numerous exhibits and complete challenges created by exhibitors. The student groups are composed of students from different universities. The competition placed the top three teams, two of which had ISU students. We had a student that was on the first placed team Kyle Moore (orange), and a student on the third placed team Travis Strauch (pink).
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