Distinguished Professor Dr. Ali Riaz has published a commentary in the East Asia Forum, a publication of the Australian National University. The commentary titled, “Bangladesh’s democracy erodes amid tilt to China” provides a review of Bangladeshi politics in 2021.
The winner of the 2021 Clarence W. Sorensen Distinguished Dissertation Award is Dr. John R. Blakeman, Ph.D. ’20, who earned his doctorate in the Mennonite College of Nursing. His dissertation, A Holistic Exploration of Fatigue Experienced by Women Before a Myocardial Infarction, explores the warning signs of heart attacks in women. “Regardless of sex or
The winner of the 2020 Clarence W. Sorensen Distinguished Dissertation Award is Dr. Chereka Dickerson, Ph.D. ’18.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness month, and Administrative Technologies strives to keep you informed and up to date on all things cyber safety.
Assistant Director of Residential Life Guadalupe Montalvo solves room issues and assignments for students with University Housing Services.
Metcalf School vision teacher Margaret Byrd and speech-language pathologist Rachel Wells are utilizing Project Core’s 3D printed symbols to promote communication with a preschool student on their caseload.
Illinois State University Department of Agriculture recently teamed up with the Illinois Horsemen’s Council to put together a disaster preparedness livestock symposium.
The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences is happy to welcome two new colleagues this fall semester.
The Chicago Teacher Education Pipeline team is excited to announce that this fall, two recently graduated Illinois State alum will begin their teaching careers at two ISU partner schools within the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) district.
The Chicago Teacher Education Pipeline will launch a new partnership with Latinos Progresando, a community-based organization in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood.