Assistant director at ISU’s Office of Equal Access and Opportunity aims to bring people together during his mayoral term.
Obsidian: Literature and Arts in the African Diaspora is the recipient of a grant awarded by the Amazon Literary Partnership Literary Magazine Fund and the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses.
The Study Abroad team is thrilled to announce applications for participation in study abroad programming for the spring 2022 semester are now open!
Chicago made history this past fall when the city government officially recognized Juneteenth as a day of observance. The citywide acknowledgment was the result of a yearlong effort led by activists and Illinois State alum Torrence Gardner ’13.
Rachel Sabella ’21 found inspiration through her Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies minor to re-examine one part of her family’s business: filing death certificates with the state.
Illinois State Noyce Scholars used fun activities to teach middle school-age children STEM lessons last summer as part of an online series organized by the Center for Mathematics, Science, and Technology and the University of Illinois Extension Office.
Illinois State University Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Matthew Dugas and his students are studying the early lives of poison dart frogs to better understand which survive and thrive.