Volume 3 • Number 2 • Spring 2018
Unraveling the tapestry of religion and politics: Distinguished Professor Ali Riaz sheds lights on rise of extremism
Distinguished Professor of Politics and Government Ali Riaz’s studies and work had carried him across Bangladesh, Hawaii, Singapore, and London, before he found a home at Illinois State University.
Elisabeth Friedman’s research examines Palestinian art and artists through the prism of the 2016 Qalandiya International Art Biennial.
Shelly Clevenger of the Department of Criminal Justice Sciences has spent years examining the impact of sexual assault on survivors and their families.
Illinois State Marketing Professor Aysen Bakir talks about her research into the billion dollar business of children’s advertising in this Redbird Scholar Q&A.
Professor Shawn Hitchcock’s students are exploring more efficient and cheaper methods to make pharmaceutical drugs in his laboratory.
Illinois State students uncovered many artifacts and began answering many questions during their four-week field school at the Noble-Wieting archaeological site.
This issue we spotlight the Center for the Study of Education Policy (CSEP) in the College of Education.
Redbird Scholar Joseph Zompetti answers the question, Could the U.S. ever have a fascist leader?
Redbird Scholar Jennifer Barnes answers the question, Are there any health benefits associated with eating meat?
Redbird Scholar Kimberly Adelman answers the question, Do our voices age?
Redbird Scholar Matthew Himley answers the question, Why are humans bent on self-destruction?
A group of School of Biological Sciences faculty will use a $316,778 grant from the National Science Foundation’s Division of Biological Infrastructure to purchase a high-speed fluorescence-activated cell sorter (FACS).