Volume 3 • Number 1 • Spring 2020
Criminal Justice Sciences Professor Shelly Clevenger and her victimology students created the art performance “Survivors: Local Stories of Domestic Violence.”
Illinois State University has received the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching’s Elective Classification for Community Engagement.
In the following Q-and-A, Associate Professor Jacqueline Lanier talks about her plans for the American Democracy Project and her careerlong involvement in community engagement and health promotion.
Illinois State students are tutoring the Bloomington-Normal community through the America Reads/America Counts program.
The Summer Teacher Education Partnership for Urban Preparation program (STEP-UP) is celebrating 10 years of helping immerse students in the neighborhoods where they teach.
The Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning is pleased to announce that Katy Strzepek was selected as the new director of CESL. Strzepek will begin her role on February 3, 2020.
Motivated by her brother’s experience, an Illinois State freshman has worked to make a difference and help others have their voice heard.
From a young age, Ama Blankson has had a passion for volunteering and community service. Since first moving to McLean County in 2008, she has exemplified what it means to be an active citizen.
Church service, leadership honed with football team help student earn McLean County Full Tuition Scholarship
For Luke Knecht, giving back to his community has always been a priority.