Acclaimed X-Men comic book writer Chris Claremont spoke to over 100 members of the Redbird community about the importance of telling diverse stories on April 15 during a virtual ReggieCon event.
On Wednesday, April 21, the Illinois State University International Seminar Series will focus on Community Response, COVID-19 Times, presented by Dr. Carla Pohl of the Mennonite College of Nursing. This free online webinar is open to the public with advance registration.
Join Milner Library on April 22 as they host ISU’s very own award-winning student poet Naudia Williams.
This spring, students in the Department of Geography, Geology, and the Environment have gained hands-on experience in the field, safely embarking on faculty-led trips across the Midwest.
This update includes the release of the updated comprehensive plan on DEI initiatives, a healing event on April 23, and resources to explore environmental justice in celebration of Earth Week.
Individuals and groups across the campus and community were honored with 2021 Civic Engagement Awards on April 13, 2021, as part of Illinois State University’s virtual Civic Engagement Celebration.
Kierston Farley-Sepe was the 2020 Missouri Valley Conference swimmer of the year, the first Redbird student-athlete to earn the award since 2004.
For decades, Illinois State University students, faculty, and staff have provided holiday gifts for local children through the University’s Holiday Helper program. In the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and struggling economy, the program became more important than ever for families in Bloomington-Normal.
ISU scholars show how kids of underrepresented communities have unequal access and opportunities in school
Through their research, Assistant Professors of Elementary Education Dr. Shamaine Bertrand and Dr. Erin Quast; Assistant Psychology Professor Dr. Brea Banks ’10, Ph.D. ’15; and Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Sciences Dr. Charles Bell have shown that there is a chasm between the American dream and American reality.