On Wednesday, April 13, 2022, from noon–1 p.m. Central Daylight Time, the Spring 2022 International Seminar Series, ISU International Engagement, will feature Dr. Terry W. Noel and Janet Tulley presenting International Institutional Collaborations, highlighting their extensive experience with collaborations between Illinois State University and other organizations around the globe. This Zoom webinar is free and open to the public. Advance registration is required to receive the link.  

Tulley serves as the assistant dean for enrollment and student services in the Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts. As a proud Redbird she earned degrees in music education, music theory and composition as well as college student personnel administration at Illinois State. Her interest in international collaborations stems from a desire to create additional avenues for creative research, to gain new perspectives, and to forge relationships.

Noel is the associate dean of academic programs and curriculum at Illinois State University. Noel’s business background includes farming, business ownership, sales management, and consulting. He earned his doctorate from the University of Colorado at Boulder. His work has been published in such places as the Academy of Management Journal, the Journal of Management Education, and the Journal of Entrepreneurship Education. He often speaks to groups on the topics of creativity and improvisational leadership and is the author of the book Empty Nest Egg: Why You Must Start Your Own Business NOW and The Vigil.

The International Seminar Series is presented by the Office of International Studies and Programs and features a theme each semester. The Spring 2022 series, ISU International Engagement, is focusing on the wide variety of international activities which connect the ISU community to those around the world.

Anyone with questions or requiring an accommodation to participate fully should contact InternationalSeminar@ilstu.edu or 309-438-1651.