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Monday, April 24, 2017


College of Arts & Sciences Dean finalists, campus visit dates and names announced
The College of Arts & Sciences Dean Search and Screening Committee are pleased to announce the three candidates selected as finalists for campus visits beginning Monday, April 24.

Culture and Conversation: Bridging the Gaps in our Community
Student journalists and Indiana State stakeholders will discuss the issues we face in connecting our community across races, religions, genders, social classes, ethnicities and generations.

Donaghy Day volunteer opportunities still available
Volunteers are needed for Dobbs Park, Salvation Army, and the Griffin Bike Park as well as other organizations.

1st annual Buddy Walk of Terre Haute
Chance to volunteer and donate for a good cause. The Buddy Walk also promotes acceptance and inclusion of people with Down Syndrome.

Let's talk about HPV documentary screening and Q & A
The screening of "Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic" with panel discussion will be filled with Q & A session.

The Big Idea: Not taking "no" for an answer
This fashionista doesn't let anyone dampen her dreams - and it's working for her so far, including being namesake to a denim design at The Buckle.

One Million Star Weave Jam
Office of Multicultural Services and Programs is looking for partners in a very unique endeavor, One Million Stars to End Violence.

2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
The Indiana State University 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog is now available.

Table Talks with Jalen and Jordan
The topic that Jalen and Jordan will be covering is Mental Health!

STATEments for April 24
STATEments is the student newsletter published on Mondays and Thursdays.

“Tickling Giants” documentary on Bassem Youssef, Egyptian political satirist
Journalism, free speech and comedy – all in one documentary?

Branch Out celebration of teaching pledges
Celebrate the success of your Branch Out pledge.

Administrative Professional Day Buffet in Generations
Administrative Professional Day Celebration at Generations Restaurant will take place on April 26. Reservations are accepted and encouraged.

Women Detecting on Monday in Gillum Hall
Dr. Darlene Hantzis will present her research on "Detecting Women," Monday, April 24 in Gillum Hall, 3rd floor conference room.


Guell receives President’s Medal
Indiana State University honored seven educators during its annual Faculty Recognition Banquet Thursday evening. President Dan Bradley presented the President's Medal — the university's highest award for faculty — to Robert Guell, professor of economics.

Masterworks Chorale to present spring concert April 30
The Indiana State University School of Music Student Ensemble Series will present the Masterworks Chorale in concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 30 in Tilson Auditorium of Tirey Hall on the State campus.

Nail, Stofferahn receive Caleb Mills Distinguished Teaching Award
Indiana State University faculty members Melissa Nail, professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning, and Steven Stofferahn, associate professor of history, were honored with the Caleb Mills Distinguished Teaching Award.

Speer, Stone honored with Dreiser Award
Jim Speer, professor of geography and geology, and Jeffery Stone, assistant professor of environmental geosciences, received the Theodore Dreiser Distinguished Research and Creativity Award.

Anderson, Gonser receive Faculty Distinguished Service Award
Indiana State University faculty members Rusty Gonser, professor of biology, and Sister Alma Mary Anderson, professor of graphic design and computer imaging, were recognized with the university’s Faculty Distinguished Service Award.

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