ISU Student Education Association wins national award
(August , 2007) Several members of the ISU Student Education Association attended the National Education Association Student Conference this summer in Philadelphia, Penn., where they participated in leadership training, membership workshops, and regional caucus meetings. During the conference, the National Education Association presented the ISU chapter with the Outstanding Local Excellence with More Than 200 Members Award.
The ISU Student Education Association has over 250 members with 20 percent of the membership active in the executive board, advisory board and sub-committees. Seventy percent of members are active during the first semester and 43 percent are active during the second semester.
Illinois State competed for the award against four other universities in the category of Outstanding Local Excellence with More Than 200 Members, including Kansas State, Tennessee State, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Attend the Student Education Association Kick-off Meeting
All education majors are invited to attend the next Student Education Association meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, August 27, 2007 on the DeGarmo Hall Patio. Come for free food and information about the largest education-related student organization on campus.