Planting seeds of civic engagement: Horticulture students gain valuable skills through service learning
Dr. David Kopsell knows his horticulture students learn best when they engage with the class content and get their hands dirty.
Dr. Gina Hunter’s new book, Edible Insects, delves into the historical role of insects as human food.
In a moving ceremony, the Illinois State campus community celebrated on October 15 the new Multicultural Center, a recently renovated space dedicated to providing support for students and strengthening the University’s commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Illinois State’s Department of Chemistry has implemented several eco-friendly practices in its facilities.
Winter 2021 commencement will be celebrated with degree-conferral ceremonies and the beloved Redbird Stage Crossing for graduates.
Social psychologist Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt will present her talk, “Biased,” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, November 18, in the Prairie Rooms of the Bone Student Center on the Illinois State University campus.
Records were broken for the third consecutive year during Birds Give Back, a day where Redbirds come together to celebrate Illinois State.
Last academic year, Kelly Larkin received a crash course in the moral complexities of being a lawyer through Illinois State University’s new Expungement Clinic.
Detecting the means to the end: Chemistry professor’s research advances conversation in analytical science
Chemistry Professor Dr. Jeremy Driskell’s research has landed major grants and been a part of some significant work that has had an immediate positive effect on public health.