The Lois Jett Historic Costume Collection (LJHCC) in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences at Illinois State University invites the public to the collection’s new exhibition, She Rises: The Changing Role of Women c. 1970s, running through August 31.
Daphne (Blader) Lingsweiler, M.S. ’14, is honored to be creating magical and exciting experiences for children in need as a part of the Make-A-Wish Wisconsin team.
Since starting at Illinois State University in 2012, Javadi has returned to Iran for three summers. She began exploring opportunities to make a difference in the summer of 2014.
Next year will mark the third year of Illinois State University’s Hoof N’ Horn Jackpot show, The Redbird Rumble. This past spring, they made history by hosting the largest jackpot cattle show in Illinois!
Joseph Karl ’17, a technology project management graduate student, discusses what matters to him, and plans for the future.
Illinois State University Provost Janet Krejci announced that Todd McLoda has been chosen as the new dean for the College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST), effective January 1.
Pick a job you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life. What might sound like a quote from a commencement speech actually rings true for School of Information Technology alum Brandon Dewitt.
More women are studying agriculture, technology, computer science, and criminal justice, but they are still outnumbered when they graduate. And 30 years ago, they were really outnumbered.
The new Food Science Lab opens this fall at Illinois State University. The state-of-the-art culinary facilities and new Food Nutrition and Management options give students an edge.