Illinois Summer Research Academy gives high school students hands-on research experience
The following message provides new information regarding the on-campus COVID-19 testing program.
In light of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade, Illinois State University will hold a Listening Circle under the guidance of Student Counseling Services on July 7.
Illinois State University’s Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts and School of Music, in conjunction with the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, present the 2022 Concerts on the Quad series beginning July 4.
Facing a critical shortage of low vision and blindness educators, Illinois State University’s Department of Special Education is innovating to help fill the nationwide need.
A yearlong celebration of the 50th anniversary of Title IX culminated with a three-day celebratory event on Illinois State University’s campus, June 24-26.
Move-In week at Illinois State University will be Monday, August 15-Sunday, August 21. To help Move-In run smoothly, University Housing is asking students, faculty, and staff members to help welcome the newest Redbirds by volunteering.
Dr. J. Michael Durnil ’83, M.S. ’84, was surprised by the response to The E.W. Scripps Company announcing he would serve as the executive director of the Scripps National Spelling Bee last spring. He was soon interviewed by The New York Times, The Washington Post, and on National Public Radio.
Deliberative Dialogues are guided conversations on a variety of topics often difficult to discuss. The program uses issue guides from the National Issues Forum Institute (NIFI) to direct conversations among small groups. Participants practice conversational skills as they learn to respect and appreciate the perspectives of others.
Scholar-in-Chief: Dr. Terri Goss Kinzy created a legacy in research before becoming ISU’s 20th president
A close observer can find signs of Dr. Terri Goss Kinzy’s “former” life as a researcher in her corner office on the top floor of Hovey Hall.