Sponsored by the university’s Center for Bat Research, Outreach, and Conservation, the free event’s theme this year is “Always Hanging Out! The Busy Social Lives of Bats,” focusing on bat social networks and behaviors.
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The Center for Bat Research, Outreach, and Conservation hosts the annual event, which has both daytime and evening sessions. Themed "A Year in the Lives of Bats," the Bat Festival's daytime events will feature experts from Indiana State University...
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Curtis is the first woman — and second graduate, after third president William Wood Parsons — to lead the university. Earning a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction/secondary education from State in 1986 served as her professional launch pad.
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In addition to the university itself contributing nearly $400 million to the economy, 85 percent of State graduates remain in Indiana to work and raise their families.
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The Center for Bat Research, Outreach and Conservation at Indiana State University has been awarded a $900,000 grant from the N.C. Department of Transportation for a three-year study into the distribution
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Indiana State University's department of criminology and criminal justice will officially launch its new program in intelligence analysis as early as 2019.
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Indiana State University’s Center for Bat Research, Outreach and Conservation will "bust bat myths" when it hosts the 11th annual Indiana Bat Festival on Sept. 16. The festival, held on Indiana State’s campus and Dobbs Park, will include talks...
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The cost of a college education came with sticker shock for Nuri Rodriguez and she knew she needed to address it from the start of her freshmen year at Indiana State University.
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The greatest threat for retaliation in the wake of Osama bin Laden's death comes from "homegrown" jihadists rather than "Al-Quaida Central," ISU criminology professor Mark Hamm said.
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Bassam Yousif, associate professor of economics at Indiana State University, grew up in Iraq until he emigrated to the United Kingdom when he was 14. He says for conditions in Iraq to improve, the nation must address the void left from millions of...
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An Indiana State University professor who has accurately predicted elections in 2006 and 2008, has forecasted that Republicans will gain control of 11 state legislative chambers in this year’s elections.
14-Sep-2010 10:50 AM EDT
Parents should be more involved in their children’s online activities and know what to do if their child is being bullied in cyberspace or engaging in sexting.
17-Aug-2010 11:00 AM EDT
Pulitzer-prize nominee and ISU Professor of English Michael Shelden has released a fourth biography. After spending years interviewing celebrities, Shelden returned to writing the sorts of stories he enjoys most.
26-Jan-2010 3:40 PM EST
A suspected case of H1N1 reported on the ISU campus this week led one professor to alter the curriculum of her class on communicable diseases. Students are now working to educate the campus about the disease.
10-Sep-2009 3:00 PM EDT
An Indiana State University political science professor is available for comment on the naming of a running mate for the presumptive presidential nominees.
21-Aug-2008 12:05 PM EDT