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ISU faculty have won a nearly $317,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. This grant was used to purchase a flow cytometer cell sorter.

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Two open forums will allow campus input on a proposed graduation requirement, designed to help students understand and discuss the idea of diversity in American society.

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Illinois State alumni and Bloomington residents Eric and Karin (Struck) Burwell have made a multi-year major gift commitment to support enhancement of the University’s fraternity and sorority leadership initiatives.

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Professor of English Bob Broad has developed a way for those who critique writing to discover what they value in the written word.

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Illinois State students uncovered many artifacts and began answering many questions during their four-week field school at the Noble-Wieting archaeological site.

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Nyle DiMarco, the winner of Dancing with the Stars and America’s Next Top Model and an ambassador for the deaf community, will give a talk March 29.

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Classical archaeologist and art historian Sinclair Bell will explore how race and ethnicity were expressed by artists in the Roman Empire for the Illinois State University Speaker Series.