David G. Crumbaugh, Thomas E. Eimermann, and Carl E. Hulse were inducted into the College of Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame following a celebratory breakfast Saturday, March 25. President Larry Dietz, Dean Greg Simpson, students, faculty, alumni, and family and friends of the honorees gathered in the Prairie Room of the Bone student center
Politics and Government alumna Nikita Richards was highlighted in a Huffington Post article for her desire to run for public office.
Hannah Tomlin ’09, M.S. ’12, who earned a bachelor’s in political science and a master’s in global politics and culture at Illinois State University, completed a Ph.D. in educational policy studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in February 2017.
Five alumni visited the Department of Politics and Government on February 20.
Michael Hill, an alum of the Department, visited Dr. Milita’s POL232 (Public Policy) class on February 22, 2017.
Arafat Kabir, a 26-year-old who graduated in May with a master’s in political science, writes about his time at Illinois State University.
The Stevenson Center welcomed Peace Corps Fellow in political science Phillip Dawson for alumni day during Homecoming. Dawson attended the alumni day luncheon and presented his experiences to current students afterward.
Alumni and retired faculty joined current faculty, staff, and students for a joyous dinner celebration of the Department of Politics and Government’s 50th anniversary.
From serving in Kazakhstan as a Peace Corps volunteer, to being a key decision-maker at a nonprofit in Colorado, Daniel Wienecke has seen the full spectrum of opportunity that comes from being an alum of the Stevenson Center.
Attorney Carl E. Kasten ’66, one of the founders of the Illinois State University Attorneys Advisory Board (AAB), delivered the keynote address April 23 at the 16th annual Prelaw Awards Banquet at the Bone Student Center.