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Illinois State announced the largest group of graduates to receive fellowships from the Board of Directors of the Diversifying Higher Education Faculty in Illinois.

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The Latin American and Latino/a Studies program will join with the campus to honor cultures and heritage during Latino Heritage Month with speakers, a film, and a Day of the Dead celebration.

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The conference will feature a Multicultural Gala; student and community presentations; and keynote talks from an author on the black power movement, the founder of Silent Voices Uganda, and a scholar on the intersection of race, place, and school.

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The fair aims to educate students about majors in the STEM fields. The event will include networking with faculty from STEM departments and meeting with successful students from underrepresented backgrounds.

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Professor Kimberly Shinew’s research focuses on the interrelated effects of race, ethnicity, social class, and gender on recreation and sport preferences and behaviors. Her talk is the 2018 Esther Larson McGinnis Scholar Lecture.