Celebrating College of Technology Faculty & Staff Successes
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»
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»
Student Success Conference
(September 2017) Dr. Michael Williamson (AETM) will be participating in the student success conference as part of an invited session pertaining to the success of our students who are living in poverty. Information on this session and the conference can be found Here».His session is in HMSU 407 from 2:00-2:50pm on October 3rd.
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»