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ISU Today
Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Announcements

United Way kickoff on Oct. 1
Buttons may be purchased for $10 at the United Way kickoff event at the fountain on Oct. 1 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Duos recital set for Oct. 1
The program is set for 7:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall of the Landini Center for Performing and Fine Arts and is free to the public.

New form to submit newsletter items
STATEments, a weekly student electronic newsletter, is the perfect avenue to promote happenings on campus.

Faculty advisor support series for fall
The Office of Student Success and the Faculty Center for Teaching Excellence are pleased to announce the Faculty Advisor Support Series Fall 2014.

ISU named a Sierra Club "Cool School"
For the second time within a week, ISU has been named a national leader for campus sustainability.

Alternative breaks student organization selling City Saver sards
ABSO is selling city saver cards featuring 18 locations. Cards are $10.00 and all proceeds go directly to students attending an Alternative Break Trip.

Office of Diversity offering two workshops in the month of October
The workshops are free and open to faculty, staff, and students.

Help us build a more sustainable ISU with the 4th annual Environmental Survey!
Take 5 minutes to make an impact on sustainability at ISU?

Heather Walters Thompson, '02
A speech communications major at Indiana State, Heather Thompson is now manager of communications for Hendricks Power Cooperative in Avon and an active community volunteer.

Oktoberfest at Generations
Join us 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Oct. 7 to celebrate Oktoberfest with live music and an authentic German menu.

Miss Ebony tickets on sale
We are glad to bring back the Miss Ebony Scholarship Pageant. Miss Ebony is open to all women who understand that this is not a "beauty pageant" but a program that judges women on a broad range of qualities

First Impressions: Inviting your students to join the conversation on Oct. 1
Discussions will focus on professor promises instead of expectations and include activities that set the stage for meaningful learning opportunities that challenge students to achieve their full potential.

Newsroom

‘First in the World' grant to boost student success
Indiana State University has received a $1.6 million grant as part of the U.S. Education Department's "First in the World" program designed to help boost the number of Americans with college degrees.

Art and Design Faculty Exhibition 2014 open through Oct. 25
Meet the faculty and discuss their work at a reception, 4-6 p.m. Oct. 3.

Piano recital set for Oct. 7 at Indiana State
Beverley Simms, professor of music at Indiana State University, will present a solo piano recital 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at in the Landini Center Recital Hall.

CarFit event scheduled for Oct. 10
The occupational therapy program hopes to shed some light to the community and educate older drivers on behind the wheel safety precautions through an event called CarFit.

Indiana State University police investigate shooting
Indiana State University Police say a shooting on the university campus Saturday evening is believed to have been an isolated incident.

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President Bradley Fall Address
President Bradley delivers his fall address to faculty, staff and students.

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