This year’s Central Illinois High School Cyber Defense Competition will be held Friday, April 10, at the School of Information Technology.
Those who remember 116 Old Union as the home of Rapid Print will find it hard to recognize. There are now comfortable chairs with laptop arms as well as small tables for more sociable studying.
Students from the School of Information Technology (IT) and the College of Business traveled to John Deere’s world headquarters in Moline to tour the corporate facilities and the Davenport Works plant (over 52-acres under one roof) as part of Business Week’s fall semester events.
For Boy Scouts in search of techie merit badges, the School of Information Technology labs were the place to be October 25.
IT student mentees and IT professional mentors came together at two mentorship kickoff events to meet and plan their mentorship experience for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Each year the School of Information Technology (IT) provides scholarship opportunities and academic awards to IT students. The application deadline is February 6, 2015.
Each summer an increasing number of students from the College of Business and the School of Information Technology at Illinois State University serve as interns at Discover Financial Services. Many of these and other students become full-time employees of Discover upon graduation.
This year’s inductee into the College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) Academy of Achievement from the School of Information Technology is Eric Chandler ’94.
For one week in July, the Old Union building was the scene of robot wars, disemboweled computers, security breaches and other information technology mayhem.
Nearly 100 family, friends, and colleagues attended the School of Information Technology’s reception April 11 to honor students’ achievements during the 2013-2014 school year.