Dr. Tina Williams

Understanding underemployment

Dr. Tina Williams’ research seeks to change perception of underemployment

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Police continue to seek information on missing student Jelani Day

The University continues efforts to raise awareness in the disappearance of Jelani Day. Please continue to provide information to Bloomington Police at (309) 820-8888.

President Terri Goss Kinzy

Dr. Kinzy to present State of the University Address, September 21

President Terri Goss Kinzy will deliver the annual State of the University Address at 2 p.m. September 21, in the Concert Hall of the Center for the Performing Arts.

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TRIBE: New student organization for Indigenous students and allies

The RSO TRIBE (Teaching, Reviving, Indigenizing, Beautifying, and Equalizing) works to express how Indigenous people and culture are the present, far from being relegated to the history books.

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Redbird Scholar magazine highlights research

Illinois State University has published the fall issue of the Redbird Scholar, a magazine focused on the research, scholarship, and creative expression of faculty, staff, and students.

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A high note: Opera is alumna’s unique teaching tool

Oh the drama. A roomful of second graders are writing their own opera and are stuck on a script about alien cows. What do you do?

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The Biden Administration and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis

The Fall International Seminar Series, A New Normal in a Global Context, continues. Register at IllinoisState.edu/SeminarSeries.

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Publications

Hannah Rademaker

Problems solved: Students become creative consultants

The challenge for every student is applying knowledge learned through lectures and gleaned from textbooks to the working world each will enter upon graduation.

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Campus hero: Dr. Shamaine Bertrand

Dr. Shamaine Bertrand, an assistant professor of Elementary Education, is the campus hero for the spring issue of Redbird Impact magazine.

Dr. Aondover Tarhule

Research spotlight: Q&A with Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Aondover Tarhule

In this #RedbirdScholar Q&A, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Aondover Tarhule talked about his academic background, research, and his plans for Illinois State.

Redbird Max Winston

Our Newest Redbirds: Video game enthusiast comes to ISU to create games of his own

Maxwell Winston, an avid video game and software collector, wants to create his own games and leave his own legacy at Illinois State.
Catalina Hernandez-Ramos has been developing a video game and children's book promoting conservation efforts in Panama.

Grant helps Redbird scholar students devote summer to research

Meet some of the 18 undergraduate students who received an Undergraduate Research Support Grant (URSG) from the Office of Student Research.
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The sticky and complicated business of baseball in 2021

If you’re wondering why Major League Baseball (MLB) has a sudden interest in monitoring whether pitchers are cheating by doctoring the ball, ISU head baseball coach Steve Holm has some thoughts.
Illinois State student Katherine Robinson designed the rainbow garden at the Horticulture Center.

Student’s research flowers at Horticulture Center

Katherine Robinson’s bedroom is lined with a bunch of green houseplants.
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ISU business alum Tyler Kirby helps grow brand of increasingly popular Kansas City Chiefs

Illinois State alum Tyler Kirby ‘07 has helped the Kansas City Chiefs capitalize on their growing popularity.