April 25: Contemporary Composers – Student Poster Sessions

Students in Mus 351 (with Terry Dean) connect with a living composer, conduct interviews and create a poster. Come and visit with these students and learn about what is going on with modern composing – be prepared to listen to excerpts from recordings, interviews, etc.

4-6 pm in the Library Events Area – drop in at any time

  • Allison Barker (student) – Craig Whitcombe (b. 1979) composer
  • Hunter Brooks – Anthony Plog (b. 1947)
  • Katy Burger – James Syler (b. 1961)
  • Rayna Campbell – Carolyn Bremer (b. 1957)
  • Thomas Champion – Michael Schelle (b. 1950)
  • Zene Colson – Jake Runestad (b. 1986)
  • Kristen Fenton – Jake Heggie (b. 1961)
  • Katy Gaines – James Beckel (b. 1948)
  • Jacob Gay – Martin O’Leary (b. 1963)
  • Ricardo Gil – Elizabeth Vercoe (b. 1941)
  • Kyle Hartzog – Roger Zare (b. 1985)
  • Jessica Hubbs – Carson Cooman (b. 1982)
  • Katelyn Kendall – Judith Lang Zeimont (b. 1945)
  • Wendy Lafferty – Paul Paccione (b. 1952)
  • Jared LaFond – Bill Palange (b. 1954)
  • Jamee Neilsen – Gregory W. Brown (b. 1975)
  • Seirra Nobbe – Eliza Brown (b. 1985)
  • James O’Sullivan – Z. Randall Stroope
  • Madelyn Potucek – Steven Danyew (b. 1983)
  • Nick Puchek – Ward Miller (b. 1978)
  • Lexie Rich – Benjamin Taylor (b. 1983)
  • Carlee Schlatter – Carlos Carrillo (b. 1968)
  • Benjamin Stinnett – Benjamin Taylor (b. 1983)
  • Brittney Thomas – Virgil Franklin (b. 1964)
  • John Wicker – Peter Lane (b. 1985)
  • Joseph Woerner – Kyle Gann (b. 1955)
  • Eduardo Yanez – Anthony Lanman (b. 1972)

Sample Posters – come see the rest!

 

February 28: 33rd Annual ISU Authors and Artists Program and Reception

The library’s annual Authors and Artists program is the only campus event that honors the written or artistic material or performance of State’s faculty. Staff and students. This year’s 33nd annual event will feature Indiana State University’s faculty and emeriti who published or created artistic works in 2017. A reception will begin at 2:30 p.m. with light refreshments, with the program beginning at 3 p.m. The occasion also serves as a place to recognize this year’s graduate and undergraduate recipients of the Library’s Bakerman Student Research Award.

 

Dec. 6 – 8: Honors Thesis Presentations

Wednesday, December 6

Cunningham Memorial Library Events Area
8:30am-10:30am
  • Bram Blackwell, Accounting: ASC 606: A new era of revenue recognition
  • Trey Bradley, Baccalaureate Nursing: Vaccines and autism
  • Rachel Griffin, Physical Education Exercise Science: Importance of physical education and recess for the future of our youth
  • Cassandra Ketcham: Diversity in aviation
  • Sydney Posz, Athletic Training: Approved clinical preceptors in the allied health care professions
  • Paige Ripperger, Criminology and Criminal Justice : The differences and similarities of females and males in law enforcement: An update
  • Samantha Ripperger, Textiles, Apparel and Merchandising: From inspiration to reality: The creation of Italian-inspired dresses
​12:00pm-2:00pm
  • Grant Blauvelt, Baccalaureate Nursing: Nursing considerations for the use of neuromuscular blocking agents for critically ill patients
  • Morgan Bowley, Business Administration: The influence social media has on business
  • Alexandra Davis, Biology: Nicotinic Acetylcholine receptors and the synthesis of an associated Fluorescently Labeled Ligand
  • Courtney Heath, Baccalaureate Nursing: Prediction and prevention of dementia in older adults
  • Taylor Murrell, Criminology and Criminal Justice: Prosecutors vs. public defenders: Is it a fair match?
2:00pm-4:00pm
  • Emma Auterson, Psychology: Effects of Greek organization membership on a student’s mental health
  • Steven Bobek, Mechanical Engineering Technology: Ethics of autonomous driving
  • Maggie Hill, Mechanical Engineering Technology: Journey to the unknown: A history of space exploration
  • Molly Hopper, Biology: Dragon mythology across time and cultures
  • Esther Perisho, Biology: Assessing predation risk across nesting habitats in the White-throated Sparrow (Zonotrichia albicollis)
  • Kaitlin Schwent, Interior Architecture Design: TBA

 

​Thursday, December 7

Cunningham Memorial Library Events Area
8:30am-10:30am
  • Kaitlin Applegate, Chemistry: The underlying truth about global warming
  • Anna Bauer, Baccalaureate Nursing : Influential factors and their effect on the prevalence of breastfeeding
  • Ellie Gaskill, Biology: Major medical superpowers: A comparison of successful healthcare systems
  • Monica Griesemer, Marketing: Marketing to Generation Z: Atmosphere of marketing today and its implication surrounding Generation Z
  • Anna Holowicki, Psychology: The impact of therapy on trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Allison Lence, Baccalaureate Nursing : Mental illness among the incarcerated population
  • Megan Longenecker, Baccalaureate Nursing: Pediatric pain treatment
  • Emily Mathyer, Recreation and Sport Management: Teenagers without homes: What are their options?
  • Bethany McCarty, Chemistry: Chileans’ perceptions of their own healthcare
  • Mallory Stapler, Baccalaureate Nursing: The impact of cesarean sections as a main form of delivery
  • Carlee Tackett, Dietetics : A comparison of organic and non-organic food
  • Kaitlin Wells, Athletic Training: Therapeutic modalities for maximal recovery in high-intensity soccer
2:00pm-4:00pm
  • Seth Barrett, Management: The value of a college degree
  • Kelly Connelly, Mathematics/Mathematics Teaching: The mathematical achievement gap: Math education in the United States versus Asian countries
  • Alexis Crosby, Speech-Language Pathology : History and ramifications of the false link between autism and the MMR vaccine
  • Mikayla Dammerman, Athletic Training: Functional Movement Screening: Can it predict injury?
  • Robert Fraticelli, Music Business : The longevity of classic fuzz circuits: The common emitter amplifier
  • Kelly Hayden, Athletic Training: Infant mortality rates: An alarming issue in the United States
  • Melanie Hocker, Dietetics: A study of bariatric surgery
  • Chelsea Hughes, Athletic Training: How treatment for chronic kidney disease affects prognosis in pediatric patients
  • Audrianna Turner, Athletic Training: The rise in Cesarean Sections
  • Elizabeth Vogel, Biology: Medical conditions linked to Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Jacob Warrick, Automotive and Control Engineering Technology: TBA
  • Alyssa Ybarra,  Social Work : Mental health and social media

 

Friday, December 8

Cunningham Memorial Library Events Area
8:30am-10:30am
  • Jake Brush, Pre-Medicine/Biology: The link between oral and whole body health
  • Shayla Bozdech, Political Science: What are the effects of social media on issue salience?
  • Rachel Calkins, Fine Art: TBA
  • Audra Dial, Finance : Pay gap: An analysis of gender bias and wage discrimination
  • Ashley Fisher, Psychology: Positive psychology within the workplace
  • Mason Gay, Biology: Identification of Forkhead Transcription Factor-regulated genes in cardiogenesis
  • Mackenzie Gruenert, Psychology: Mental health courts
  • Breanna Manriquez, Science Education: The evolution of jokes
  • Kalib McBride, Athletic Training: Exploring the clinical effectiveness of low-level laser therapy
  • Kim Nguyen, Biology with Specialization in Medical Lab Science: Biome of eczema and psoriasis outbreaks
  • Bo Turner, Marketing: Influence of gender, age and race as portrayed in advertising
  • Kasey Wallace, Physical Education Exercise Science: Concussion significance among collegiate women’s soccer players
  • Val Wisler, Recreation and Sport Management: How has Colin Kaepernick impacted the sports industry?
12:00pm-2:00pm
  • Levi Allen, Political Science : Disaster at the ballot box
  • Logan Buck, Psychology: Cults and Scientology
  • Sarah Copeland, Baccalaureate Nursing: Low health literacy endangering health
  • Carmen Cronin, Language Studies (Teaching): Issues in foreign language teaching: Heritage language learners in the Spanish L2 Classroom
  • Sarah Geiger, Elementary Education:  Teaching for the test or teaching for success
  • Abigail Grider, Economics: A comparative study of subjective wellbeing across cultures
  • Cassandra Kawa, Elementary Education: Athletes’ impacts . . . online?
  • Robert Pawlak, Athletic Training: TBA
  • Erin Sartoris, Baccalaureate Nursing: Benefits and risks form childhood vaccinations
  • Jonathan Underwood, Management: Credit score awareness: Presenting the issue and proposing a solution
  • Michelle White, Operations and Supply Chain Management: Trusting the system: The world of adoption
2:00pm-4:00pm
  • Ellie Brown, Biology:  Guts and glory
  • Connor Christman, Criminology & Criminal Justice: Rational Choice Theory: Application of theory to camo-collar crime
  • Conner Davis, Management: Technological contamination :Technology’s effects on our environment
  • Lindsey Davis,  Speech-Language Pathology: Television and language acquisition in young children
  • Haley Hall, Chemistry: Increased prevalence of mosquito-borne diseases, childhood asthma, and cardio-pulmonary diseases due to climate change
  • Brakayla Hillis, Baccalaureate Nursing: Limb replacement
  • Harjot Kaur, Athletic Training : The long term effects of head trauma in athletes
  • Emily Kerner, Psychology: Women in the military
  • Brittany Medsker, Baccalaureate Nursing: The nursing shortage: Patient care, burnout, ethics, and effects throughout the medical community
  • Gabrielle Noel, Health Sciences: How does poverty affect adverse health outcomes in Nicaragua?
  • Emily Virostko, Accounting: Inner city life affecting today’s youth
  • Sasha Wagner, Marketing: How brand, customers, and the cohort effect influence the marketing tactics used in a rural town

Sep. 19: Historian David Nichols presents “The Midwest is Indian Country”

Professor Nichols received his bachelor’s degree from Harvard University and his Master’s and Doctoral degrees from the University of Kentucky. He joined the faculty at Indiana State University in 2004.

His specialty is early America, with a particular interest in Native American history during the Revolutionary and early national era. He is the author of Red Gentlemen & White Savages: Indians, Federalists, and the Search for Order on the Early American Frontier (University of Virginia Press, 2008), Engines of Diplomacy: Indian Trading Factories and the Negotiation of American Empire (University of North Carolina Press, 2016), and Peoples of the Inland Sea: Natives Americans and Newcomers in the Great Lakes Region (Ohio University Press, 2018).  He is currently working on a study of economic change among the Chickasaws.

Sep. 13: FALL EXPOSIUM

10 a.m. – 2 p.m. ~ Library Events Area

Please attend as Fall Exposium celebrates the work of undergraduate students participating in summer research and creative experiences.

These 10 week intensive programs are the epitome of experiential learning. Come see what ISU students accomplished through “learn by doing.”

Sponsored by Center for Student Research and Creativity. Question: contact Tom Steiger