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Students make a difference at the Illinois Capitol.

Volume 3 • Number 2 • Fall 2020

Executive director of the Office of Advanced Technology Support for Faculty and an associate professor in the Department of Accounting Dr. Rosie Hauck smiles for a photo.

Campus hero: Dr. Rosie Hauck

Each issue, Redbird Impact magazine is highlighting an Illinois State faculty or staff member who exemplifies Illinois State’s core value of civic engagement. Our inaugural campus hero is Dr. Rosie Hauck, executive director of the Office of Advanced Technology Support for Faculty and an associate professor in the Department of Accounting.

Illinois State Capital Building in Springfield, Illinois

Making their voices heard: Civically engaged students head to Capitol to lobby for ISU

Almost every day a new hashtag emerges to alert society of a cause.

Design Streak Studio Creative Director Archana Shekara (center) with studio members (left to right) Spencer Cadman '20, Hannah Piemonte '20, Kristina Furler '20, and Micah Vetter '20

Design Streak students help community nonprofits by offering free graphic art services

When Archana Shekara and Nancy Fewkes were trying to find The Refuge Food Forest, they kept driving around in circles.

Sophia Navarro is gaining important experience and fulfilling a critical need by using her Spanish-speaking skills at a local health clinic. (Editor's note: The photograph was taken before the coronavirus pandemic.)

Spanish-speaking nursing students serve patients at free clinic

Sophia Navarro was nervous. It was one of the first times she had to speak Spanish with a patient as part of her nursing clinical last fall at the Community Health Care Clinic (CHCC) in Normal.

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