Volume 3 • Number 1 • Fall 2017
The power and musicality of Duriel E. Harris’ poetry can strike an audience dumb. The violence in the words reveals real trauma she transforms into a transcendent experience for her readers and listeners.
Parents of children who were visually impaired used to be on their own until the child was ready for preschool.
Round-robin reading just does not work. A body of research has shown that having grade school students take turns reading from a book is an ineffective way to develop literacy.
Ronnie Jia, a professor in the School of Information Technology, talks about autism, IT, and technology’s dark side in this Q&A.
In the late 1980s, a lengthy drought across Central Illinois left lake levels dangerously low.
Three years of experiments at Illinois State University, combined with over a dozen trips to collaborating laboratories at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, led the research of student Kevin Stanley, Ph.D. ’17, to be featured as “new and notable” in Biophysical Journal.
Since 1976, Normal Editions Workshop has served as an incubator for hundreds of printmaking projects created through collaborations between professional artists and Illinois State faculty and students.
Why is abstract art important and relevant? My kids could do that. I don’t get it
Why do some products carry the line “Naturally flavored with natural flavors”? Also, what qualifies as a natural flavor?
Gasoline prices change at the local level because the contracted price for delivery of gasoline changes between the gasoline retailer and wholesaler in response to the change in crude oil prices.
Here is a roundup of some grants received by Illinois State faculty and staff.