Academics

Early Career Achievement Awards

College of Business announces 2020 and 2021 Early Career Achievement Awards recipients

Illinois State University’s College of Business (COB) will host its Early Career Achievement Awards ceremony during Homecoming 2021. Early Career Achievement Awards (ECAA) recognize younger graduates who have demonstrated innovative and responsible professional leadership, the potential for future distinction, and a commitment to serving others. One honoree is selected from each degree program.

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Early Career Achievement Awards

College of Business announces 2020 and 2021 Early Career Achievement Awards recipients

Illinois State University’s College of Business (COB) will host its Early Career Achievement Awards ceremony during Homecoming 2021. Early Career Achievement Awards (ECAA) recognize younger graduates who have demonstrated innovative and responsible professional leadership, the potential for future distinction, and a commitment to serving others. One honoree is selected from each degree program.

State Farm Hall of Business

College of Business Advising Center is growing

The physical footprint of the College of Business Advising Center is growing—within the first-floor hub, it calls home in the State Farm Hall of Business. The office space is growing there, amid a sea of wall-to-wall technology kiosks.

Image projected from the Illinois State University Planetarium new system.

Planetarium to show Two Small Pieces of Glass: The Amazing Telescope

The Illinois State University Planetarium will offer “Two Small Pieces of Glass: The Amazing Telescope” through November 13.

Portrait of Nastasha Powers outside of YWCA building

‘Grab the wheel and take control’: Student’s message for survivors

Nastasha Powers ’19 has a passion for the work she does on behalf of survivors of sexual abuse and trauma.

Thomas McClure, director of legal studies and professor in the Department of Politics and Government, created Illinois State's new Expungement Clinic. Kelly Larkin (left), a senior legal studies major and psychology minor, and Haley Schnapp, a criminal justice sciences major and legal studies minor, reviewed cases for the clinic last academic year.

ISU Expungement Clinic is giving people with criminal records a second chance

Last academic year, Kelly Larkin received a crash course in the moral complexities of being a lawyer through Illinois State University’s new Expungement Clinic.

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Submissions open for 2022 Image of Research

The Office of Student Research announced submissions are open for the 2022 Image of Research competition.  

Students are asked to create or capture one compelling, static image of their research and submit it along with a brief narrative that explains how the image represents the research.

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