Endowed positions help recruit and retain talent, making long-term impact on student success.
Over the past few years, the Hulman Center has been transformed by a $50-million state-funded renovation and new video boards made possible by a $2 million donation from the Hulman-George family.
School of Criminology and Security Studies
Indiana State University has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense.
Deborah and Lynn Curtis
Their gift focuses on multiple areas of support within the campaign’s four priority areas: student scholarships, experiential learning, faculty excellence, and Sycamore Athletics.
Division of University Advancement
Indiana State University raised more than $21.5 million for the second consecutive year, the Division of University Advancement announced. More than $15.5 million came from Indiana residents.
Class of 1985
The inaugural President’s Dinner on Friday at the Sycamore Banquet Center honored recipients of Indiana State University’s Distinguished Alumni Award and recognized the philanthropy of generous donors.
Dave and Peggy Campbell
Class of 1971 and 1972
Indiana State University alumni Dave and Peggy Campbell of Indianapolis, who have supported the university philanthropically for 35 straight years, have made a $250,000 gift from their estate.
Class of 2004
Indiana’s Executive Director for Drug Prevention, Treatment and Enforcement recalls the ultimate experiential learning experience
Douglas Huntsinger remembers the precise moment that launched his career in public service.
A grant project implemented by ISU faculty demonstrates the positive influence of music on bridging intergenerational gaps and promoting well-being.
Sycamores in the Media
Through a partnership with local law enforcement, criminology students are getting real-world experience working on cases.
Thirty-eight students conducted research this summer guided by faculty members through the Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences (SURE) program.
Paul and Nancy Edgerton
Paul and Nancy Edgerton establish a $150,000 “Bridge the Gap” Endowed Scholarship to help Sycamore students facing financial obstacles to finishing a degree.