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ISU Today
Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Announcements

Color Run price increase June 1
Don't forget to register for the Color Run on August 22 before the registration price increases June 1.

Federal and state immigration laws for new faculty, staff and student employment
Reminder that federal immigration laws and the 2011 Indiana Immigration Bill requires that all newly hired employees (faculty, staff and students) must complete the Form I-9 and Indiana State must e-verify all new employees by his or her first day of work for pay.

Volunteers needed for United Way Day of Action
Volunteer opportunities available to help with the Wabash Valley's United Way Day of Action June 12

Summer STATEments
STATEments will be sent to students the first and third Mondays during the summer.

Reception for Scott Walden
A farewell reception is being held on May 28 for Scott Walden. His last day at Indiana State is May 29.

Newsroom

Planning a season of Crossroads Repertory Theatre a logistical feat
Crossroads Rep's season opens June 19 with "The Rainmaker" in Indiana State's New Theater, 540 N. 7th St. Season tickets are available for $52 each, and single-production tickets are $15-20 for general admission.

Indiana State proposes $82 increase per semester in tuition and fees
Indiana State University will conduct a public hearing June 3 to receive input on proposed increases in student tuition and mandatory fees for 2015-16 and 2016-17. The hearing will begin at 1 p.m. in the Tirey Hall State Room.

Four Indiana State juniors recognized with Landini Awards
Rodney Lockman of Terre Haute, Brandon Nettrouer of South Whitley, Jade Schitter of Jasper and Ishaiah Williams of Evansville are the 2015 recipients of the Richard G. Landini Outstanding Junior Awards.

Indiana State alumnus receives national award for dissertation
2014 Indiana State graduate Burr Hartman received the Standing Committee for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Awareness Research Recognition Award from the LGBTQ division of the American College Personnel Association.

President's Scholars announced for 2015-16
Indiana State University has awarded its most prestigious scholarship to 20 incoming students following a lengthy screening process that attracted applicants from throughout the country.

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