Two Indiana State alumnae are part of the team tasked with saving the Northern White Rhino from extinction.
University Honors students recently hosted a poster presentation to outline their research. To view more from the event, visit the gallery.
Tim Divoll examines a bat at a netting site near Bloomington. Divoll’s research will be highlighted in an upcoming article for STATE magazine.
Dozens of Indiana State students spent their summer in campus labs researching various biology, chemistry, geology and physics projects through the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience. To view more images from the program, visit the gallery.
Students participating in the SURE program present findings of their research. The SURE program is sponsored by the university and offers students the opportunity to participate in summer research in different research areas. To view more images from the presentations, visit the gallery.
The 2016 Sparrow Team celebrated the Fourth of July at their research site at Cranberry Lake, NY. The sparrow team is continuing a nearly 30-year groundbreaking research project by Dr. Rusty Gonser and the late Dr. Elaina Tuttle that studies and collects data on the ecology and genetics of white-throated sparrows.