Elise Jensen, Dan Liedke, and Miles Spann are three Redbirds who all achieved early career success thanks directly to the Career Center. Watch this video to see how they did it.
Whether you are planning a grand, wedding-of-the-year or an intimate, elegant affair, what could be better than including Illinois State in your celebration?
With so many grads, there will inevitably be a few students who put a little message on top of their mortarboard (the square, ceremonial cap worn by grads).
Math major Thomas Kawalek is one of Gamma Phi’s student leaders this year. He’s proud to live up to Gamma Phi’s values: Commitment, Integrity, Respect, Courage, Unity, and Service, or CIRCUS.
The Board of Trustees affects the daily lives of students in many ways. And right in thick of those decisions is the student trustee, one of the top student leadership positions on campus.
They call themselves the Class of 2031 Redbirds. Katie Hanrahan ’14 and her 20 first-graders at Galapagos Charter School in Rockford spend every school day in a classroom decked out in Redbird gear.
Career Choice (IDS 106) is a for-credit class for students who are undecided or unsure of their career path. It’s one of many services offered to undecided students to help explore their options.
Beyond commencement, the Homecoming parade is Illinois State’s longest standing tradition. Each fall, thousands of Redbirds return to Normal to reconnect with campus and friends.
David Lipsky sat in Stevenson Hall, rapidly scribbling notes. Even though Lipsky had just published a novel, there he was amongst Advanced Creative Writing: Prose students, most of whom were eight to 10 years his junior. Some of the students were scribbling as furiously as he was, writing down choice tips from their professor. “When
The $50,000 high-tech patient simulator helps Mennonite College of Nursing students learn how to care for a sick infant in a safe environment while supervised by their faculty mentors.