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ISU Today
Friday, September 4, 2015

Announcements

3-week attendance reporting
3 week attendance begins Sept. 7 and all attendance reporting is due by 4 p.m. Sept. 11.

Faculty and staff football season tickets still on sale
Sycamore Athletics is still selling football season tickets for faculty and staff for $55.

Seminar on external funding
A seminar for learning about external funding will be held on Sept. 11.

ISU Staff Council Monthly Meeting Sept. 10
Our meetings are open to the public - feel free to attend, listen and comment. This months special guest: President Bradley!

TIAA-CREF consultant on campus
A TIAA-CREF consultant will be on campus to provide free one on one counseling sessions. Schedule an appointment today to discuss issues relative to your Retirement Plan.

Parking garage permits available
Parking garage permits will be available Sept. 4.

Introduction to EndNote workshops
Come to the Library workshop to learn how to make the most of your research time.

NEW “Faculty Grade Entry” Training
The new Faculty Grade Entry functionality will be available for fall 2015 interim and final grading.

The New Normal: From mentee to mentor
As a member of the ’86 championship Bears team, Brian Cabral has played for and worked with some of football’s giants. Now, he’s a giant influence on the Sycamores’ defense.

Dissertation defense
Brown will defend her dissertation Sept. 9.

Faculty Center for Teaching Excellence Fall Book Study
The Fall Book Study will focus on Dr. Carol Dweck's book "Mindset - The New Psychology of Success."

Newsroom

Metal sculpture, ceramics classes transform ideas into art
Translate your ideas into art with the Community School of the Arts' metal sculpture and ceramics classes this fall.

Reading of Feinsod’s ‘The Trial of Abraham’ set for Sept. 12
"The Trial of Abraham" is a powerful courtroom drama tackling the complicated and often violent relationship between Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

Center for Global Engagement focuses on student experience, enrollment
Seventy-seven countries are represented on campus, including three new countries - Norway, Granada and The Netherlands. Of the 1,057 international students enrolled at Indiana State, 747 are at the undergraduate level - an increase of 6 students.

Indiana State faculty, students help pass new law boosting physician assistants
About 60 students and faculty from Indiana State University traveled to the Statehouse to support legislation expanding the authority of physician assistants.

Enrollment growth fuels expanded fleet of planes at Flight Academy
For the second time in as many years, growth in enrollment has led the Indiana State University Flight Academy to add another aircraft.

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