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Tuesday, March 31, 2015


Faculty Development Series: Integrating career content in academic courses
As the work environment and job search for new graduates continue to get more competitive, students need to be exposed to career preparation and development through a variety of sources on campus. The April 6 workshop will look at what should the role of faculty be in students’ career development process.

State Summester 2015
It's not too late to sign up for State Summester. Visit for an up to date list of offered courses.

Scott College of Business 50th Anniversary Celebration
Honoring Our Past....Celebrating Our Future

“Oil Exploration and Production in Downtown Terre Haute”
This Community Semester event will discuss the Illinois Basin and Terre Haute with particular attention on the wells that have been drilled in downtown Terre Haute in the past year or two.

Nominatinations now open for Sustainability Awards!
Sustainability awards recognize students, staff, and faculty who have demonstrated a commitment to economic, social, and/or environmental sustainability in their personal or professional/academic lives. Nominations due Friday, 4/3.

Generations Sock Hop date change
The Generations Sock Hop date has changed.

RICOH spring cleaning
To avoid the possibility of damaging the Ricoh Leased equipment, please contact Ricoh to assist in your moves. Ricoh can help you move the copiers/printers/multifunction devices to assist you in your cleaning duties.

RICOH supplies
Ricoh provides the following for your purchased/leased Ricoh equipment: Toner, staples, service and repair.

Sustainability seminar this Wednesday
The next Sustainability seminar will be held Wednesday (April 1) in Hulman Memorial Student Union 316 from noon to 1 p.m. with the title Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship and How it Influences Student Career Choice

President, CEO of Holiday World next Scott College of Business Leader In Action
Matt Eckert, President and CEO of Holiday World & Splashin' Safari and a 1996 graduate of Indiana State in accounting and insurance and risk management, will be visiting the Scott College of Business as the next Leader In Action April 6-8.

Next Friday's Brownbag Series
The Student Success Council is pleased to present a first Friday's brownbag series for faculty and staff: noon-1 p.m. Faculty Center for Teaching Excellence, 1st floor of Cunningham Memorial Library, behind Cup & Chaucer.

Kicks for a Cause tournament
Indiana State soccer team presents Kicks for a Cause tournament at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 11 at Memorial Stadium.

Learning to play the game
Life isn’t always fair, and in the job market, it’s a competition, say Career Center officials. They help Sycamores work toward achieving their dreams by living in reality.

Turn to the River- Art Spaces Design Charrette
Art Spaces invites the community to join in a Design Charrette for Turn to the River on March 31-April 2.


Scott College prepares to celebrate 50 years of educating students
The public is invited to a free, public celebration on Friday, April 10, at Sycamore Banquet Center in Hulman Memorial Student Union.

McGowan, Peck receive prestigious Annuit Coeptis Award
Brian McGowan, assistant professor and program coordinator of the student affairs and higher education program, and Lindsay Peck, area coordinator of residential life, received the Annuit Coeptis award for emerging professionals.

Lifespan Health Living Initiative announces inaugural Indiana Summer Games
Indiana State University will host the inaugural Indiana Summer Games, an Olympic style event designed to promote healthy lifestyles through sports and recreation.

Faculty Brass Quintet to perform March 30
Performers include Eddie Ludema, trumpet, Blake Reynolds, trumpet, Brian Kilp, horn, Randy Mitchell, trombone, and Glen Dimick, tuba.

Pakistani student spends semester at Indiana State as cultural ambassador to U.S.
Shahina Bibi arrived at Indiana State in January and is one of 120 Pakistani students that came to the U.S. this semester through the State Department's Global Undergraduate Exchange Program in Pakistan.

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Indiana State Softball


Wabash Valley Health Center
By helping out a community clinic, Indiana State students gain real-world experience and Wabash Valley residents are healthier as a result.

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