SULLIVAN, Ind. (WTHI) - A local university and a Wabash Valley city are teaming up to make some positive changes.
Indiana State University launched its sustainable cities initiative in Sullivan on Friday.
Here's how it works. ISU teams up with a city for a year and a half. During that time, students come up with and carry out a special project that will improve the city.
On Friday - they brainstormed possible projects.
City leaders say partnering with ISU will lead to great things in the future.
At this point, the projects are pretty open-ended, but city leaders did not mention an interest in some environmental improvements.
- ISU partners with Sullivan to make city improvements
- City of Sullivan shares wastewater improvement plans
- National group partners with city to improve downtown Terre Haute
- Sullivan awarded nearly $1 million to improve city streets
- First Financial Bank partners to revitalize downtown Sullivan
- Sullivan partners with Ball State to identify the city's strengths and weaknesses
- Sullivan County rescued dogs making big social improvements on their way to adoption
- Sullivan looks to make road improvements with the help of a state grant
- Improving Fish Habitats in a Sullivan County Lake
- Sullivan organization working on grant to improve the downtown area