Chilean artist Cecilia Vicuña to headline symposium on women in arts, November 10

An image of one of artist and poet Cecilia Vicuña's works from www.ceciliavicuna.com.

Chilean poet and visual artist Cecilia Vicuña will be the featured speaker at the symposium “Oscillations of Gender and Genre” at Illinois State University. Vicuña will give a keynote performance/talk at 5 p.m. Thursday, November 10, at the University Galleries in Uptown Normal. The author of more than 20 books of poetry, Vicuña exhibits and

Six win 2015-2016 CAS Excellence Awards

2015-2016 Excellence Award Winners

Six members of the College of Arts and Sciences were presented with 2015-2016 Excellence Awards at the Dean’s Fall Address and Awards Ceremony on September 13. Professor Maria Schmeeckle, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, won the John A. Dossey Award for Outstanding Teaching by a tenured faculty member. Professor Allison Harris, Department of Physics, won

Greetings from Dean Simpson

College of Arts and Sciences Dean Gregory Simpson

As we enter the second week of classes, on behalf of the College of Arts and Sciences, I extend my best wishes for a successful and rewarding semester. I’d like to extend a special welcome to our new faculty, staff, and students. Illinois State University is a special place, and I hope you will feel

ISU literature scholar invited to speak in Germany

Andrew Weeks

Professor Andrew Weeks, of the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, has been invited to give a talk March 22 at the Academy of Sciences in Mainz, Germany, to celebrate completion of the Weigel Edition.

Simpson and Skibo pen op-ed

Greg Simpson and James Skibo

Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Greg Simpson and Distinguished Professor Jim Skibo have published an op-ed in the The Pantagraph.

Gatto to give chemistry seminar March 4

image of Na-K ATPase

University Professor of Biophysics Craig Gatto will present a seminar titled “Ion Selectivity of the Na,K-ATPase and a Possible Intracellular Role” at 3 p.m. on Friday, March 4, in Julian 225.