Volume 5 • Number 1 • Fall 2019
Ama Oforiwaa Aduonum, professor of music and ethnomusicology, has examined what her ancestors in Ghana experienced during the slave trade to create impactful performances.
Assistant Professor Maria Boerngen is participating in a $4 million grant-funded study examining farm pollution.
Events from the past can spark amusement, wonder, or horror when seen through the lens of the present day. Often the past can prompt the question, “How could they have thought that?”
For the first time in modern American life, a couple will likely spend more time caring for their aging parents than their children.
Last year, Kendra Paitz, MBA ’06, M.A. ’11, became University Galleries’ first new director since 1987.
Launched this fall at the behest of the University Research Council, the Office of Student Research (OSR) aims to encourage and facilitate student research across campus.
During the 2018 fiscal year, Illinois State faculty and staff brought in more than $24 million in external grant funding.
Redbird graduate student Lavender Ntaoti is using her Illinois State education to provide health services to a community that desperately needs them.
Technology Associate Professor Pranshoo Solanki answers the questions, How much of our recycling is not recycled, and why is contamination such a problem?
Assistant Professor Susan L. Hovey answers the question, What do you do when a parent has dementia?
Here is a roundup of recent grants received by Illinois State faculty and staff.