In the News, November 28, 2017
Victor Devinatz was interviewed by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about how charges of corruption can impact labor union recruiting efforts.
Ali Riaz spoke to the National Catholic Reporter on the Pope’s upcoming visit to Myanmar and Bangladesh. He also talked about the Rohingya crisis with the French edition of MediaPart (in French), Outlook India, and the Daily Star (Dhaka).
Amy Wood discussed with WGLT her new book examining the changing attitudes towards criminals in the late 19th and early 20th century.
Ronnie Jia delved into the idea of autism as IT’s “open secret” with The Pantagraph’s Lenore Sebota.
Jim Jawahar and Dan Holland discuss with The Pantagraph the possibility of adding an engineering program at Illinois State.
John Pryor was featured in WalletHub’s recent piece about AIDS Facts.
Student Sabrina Jaffer, who recently completed Illinois State’s Peace Corps Prep Program, speaks with WJBC about being accepted into the Peace Corps.
Jeff Marvros talks time tables for college applications.
President Emeritus Al Bowman says difficult conversations are coming for higher education in Illinois.