Indiana State University has become the first higher education institution in the state to receive federal approval to fly unmanned aerial vehicles. Full Story >>
Indiana State grad student awarded NSF fellowship
The prestigious National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program provides three years of financial support for science and engineering students such as Lindsay Forrette, a first-year biology Ph.D. student.
Paleoceanography pioneer meets academic progeny at Indiana State
A pioneer in developing the field of paleoceanography -- or the study of the oceans' geologic past -- James Kennett spoke to Indiana State students, including his academic great-granddaughter Ashley Burkett, on April 16.
Students experience social work practices in Vietnam and Korea
Fourteen Indiana State University social work students used FaceTime and Line social apps to stay abreast of each other’s daily journeys in real-time during a 10-day exploration of international social services in Korea and Vietnam.
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