Volume 4 • Number 2 • Spring 2019
Nobel Peace Prize-winning scientist Catherine O’Reilly has been leading international research teams that have discovered climate change has been warming lakes worldwide, threatening the fish and humans depending on them.
Created by Ani Yazedjian with a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the program focuses on relationship skills, job readiness, and financial literacy targeted toward at-risk youth.
There is an unmistakable brightness to Carl Schimmel’s music. He infuses his compositions with subtle humor, even his more serious pieces. He is trying to tap into sentiments that are relatable to most everyone.
In this Q&A, Illinois State University Professor Aimee Miller-Ott talks about her study examining phone usage between helicopter parents and college students, the weird impasse we find ourselves in when a companion is on their phone, and how texting can lead to miscommunication, especially between couples and friends.
High school teachers and students get the opportunity to dive into math research each summer at Illinois State University through two programs organized by Distinguished Professor Saad El-Zanati.
Milner Library has over 250 databases available. Here is a list of databases where content focuses on underrepresented populations.
Associate Professor of Economics Oguzhan Dincer has opened the Institute for Corruption Studies in the heart of a state synonymous with political shadiness.
In this edition of Ask a Redbird Scholar, Illinois State University Associate Professor Angelo Capparella answers the question, Why are bird eggs different colors?
In this edition of Ask a Redbird Scholar, Illinois State University Assistant Professor Alysia Mortimer answers the question, Why does human hair turn gray?
In this edition of Ask a Redbird Scholar, Illinois State Assistant Professor Benjamin Sadd answers the questions: Why are we running out of bees? What would be the impact of a world without them?