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Call for Proposals: Statewide Student Success Conference October 3 – 4

A conference for higher education staff, faculty, and policymakers from around Indiana. We want to showcase the work featuring innovative, creative projects/activities/research linked to student success from around the state.

Submissions can focus on either an in- or out-of- class context or be an original piece of program assessment or research. Some content ideas include, but are not limited to: Teaching Activities/innovations - Student Support Projects - Advising initiatives - Program Assessment & Evidence - Subpopulation impacts - Qualitative/Quantitative Research in the field.

Conference details and how to submit proposals can be found at

#IndStateEngage #HigherEd #StudentSuccess #EdTech #EdCamp #HigherEdCamp #SSC2017

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Indiana State University Presidential Search

Dan Bradley announced in April that after 9 successful years as Indiana State University President he will be stepping down effective January 2018.

We now invite nominations and applications for a visionary President who will continue to enhance the Indiana State’s commitment to academic excellence, student success, community engagement, and shared governance.

Nominations can be sent via email to Storbeck/Pimentel at and should consist of the name and institution/organization of the nominee.

Contact information and any perspectives on the qualifications of the nominee are helpful but not required. All nominations are confidential unless the nominator indicates they would like their name to be used in the firm's outreach.

A complete position description can be found on Storbeck/Pimentel's website at and additional information on the search can be found on the Indiana State Presidential Search webpage at

#IndStateCareers #IndStateFriends #BeForeverBlue


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IRM 2017 Golf Outing

The 20th Annual Insurance and Risk Management Golf Outing is taking place on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at the Country Club of Terre Haute. Register now and mark your place in the biggest event that the Insurance and Risk Management students put on.

The outing is the largest fundraiser for the Scott College of Business and for Gamma Iota Sigma, the international risk management, insurance and actuarial science collegiate fraternity. Proceeds from the event support a variety of student professional development opportunities, such as corporate visits, national conferences, study trips and other related activities.

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#IRMGolf #IndStateEngage #IndStateFriends


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Camp Invention

Something from our friends in the Bayh College of Education - Indiana State University. Camp Invention is back in July for children who have finished kindergarten to 6th grade.

This is not a free event so check and

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Crawford & Company to Partner with Indiana State for Insurance Claims Training

Crawford & Company, the world's largest publicly listed independent claims management company, will collaborate with Indiana State University for a pilot program that will incorporate the company's Knowledge Management Center claims online training modules into the university's current insurance courses.

The pilot program will deliver a fast-paced educational environment through a virtual educational platform designed exclusively for the insurance industry. Indiana State insurance students will have access to nearly 40 online professional-level courses in adjuster safety, auto, casualty, ethics, fraud, liability, property, risk management, soft skills, transportation and workers compensation. The training will include material reviews throughout each module with a final assessment at the conclusion.

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Indiana State boosts local economy by $334M, study finds

Indiana State University contributed more than $334 million and created or supported 4 percent of all jobs in the Wabash Valley, according to a recent economic impact analysis.

The study, initiated by Indiana State's Division of University Engagement and the Business Engagement Center, examined Indiana State's impact on job creation and economic growth throughout the state of Indiana and in the university's seven-county service area, which includes Indiana counties Sullivan, Vigo, Clay, Parke and Vermillion, and Illinois counties Edgar and Clark, during fiscal year 2016.

Statewide, Indiana State's total 2016 impact resulted in 4,537 jobs with earnings of $171.94 million and output of $410.79 million dollars.

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#Community #IndStateBEC #IndStateEngage

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Art in Federal Hall

This is “Rooftops” (1938) by John P. Heins (1896–1969)

Heins, a New Yorker, taught art appreciation, composition, jewelry and metalwork at both Columbia Teachers College and the Clarence H. White School of Photography for over two decades up until 1942.

In the 1930s he was hired as a printmaker by the Work Progress Administration’s Federal Art Project. In 1943 Heins joined the art faculty of Skidmore College, in Saratoga Springs, New York, where he remained until 1964.

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#FederalHall #IndStateArts #IndStatePAC #SCoBArt #MoreToBlue


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What are your memories of Indiana State?

The five-year oral history project is ongoing and being organized by associate librarian and chair of special collections Cinda May who said that “This is something interactive to do and people want to be online now in a way that past generations haven’t,” she said. “It also helps that it is just three simple questions: name, class and favorite homecoming memory or favorite thing about ISU.”

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The image is of the Commerce Department faculty in 1937, but you don’t have to be old enough to have been taught by them to contribute to the oral history project.

‪#‎BeForeverBlue #IndStateAlumni #SCoBAlumni


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Where Curiosity Never Retires: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)

Indiana State has a great program for the over 50s called OLLI that includes courses, presentations, special events, and travel opportunities. There are grades or tests and they cover a huge variety of subjects. Recent classes have been on Container Gardening, Social Media & Politics, U.S. Foreign Policy before WWI, Caring for Wild Birds, and 3D Printing. The upcoming season is just as varied.

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The policy brief written by Christopher Whalen (2017-PB-01 – “Financial Regulation in the Era of Donald Trump”) for our recent Insurance Summit is available for download from our Policy Briefs page - - and RePEc -

The photos that were taken at the Summit are now also online at

#IPPSummit #SCOBNFI #SCOBIRM #IndStateEngage

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