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.
The challenge for every student is applying knowledge learned through lectures and gleaned from textbooks to the working world each will enter upon graduation.
Dr. Nate Mortimer lead study authors of a new study that looks to fruit flies as an important piece of the autoimmune disease puzzle.
Since July, Redbird Esports has been on a tear, winning major tournaments against not just the top collegiate teams, but some of the best talent on the continent.
Honoring Life: Vigil for Residential and Boarding School Victims and Survivors will be an evening of healing, solidarity, and community building.
Dr. Tina Williams, interim chair and associate professor of the Department of Management and Quantitative Methods, specializes in studying this phenomenon, referred to as underemployment.
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?
An ISU research team has been helping Bloomington School District 87 develop a wellness plan to get students moving more, eating better, and focusing on their mental health.
Dr. David Lane’s new book, The Other End of the Needle: Continuity and Change among Tattoo Workers, focuses on how tattoo artists sustain their world.