Volume 7 • Number 2 • Spring 2022
Dr. Nikki Hoffman is conducting innovative sleep studies at a new clinic on campus in order to help patients recover faster from concussions.
Scholar-in-Chief: Dr. Terri Goss Kinzy created a legacy in research before becoming ISU’s 20th president
A close observer can find signs of Dr. Terri Goss Kinzy’s “former” life as a researcher in her corner office on the top floor of Hovey Hall.
At the beginning of the pandemic, Dr. Rajeev Goel, professor of economics at Illinois State, made some projections on what would happen when a vaccine arrived.
Dr. Justin Vickers, professor and artist teacher in the School of Music, offers guidance on how to conduct archival research based on his experience as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar at the Britten Pears Arts Archive.
Intelligent solutions: ISU research team is using machine learning to help OSF HealthCare raise child vaccination rates
Redbird scholars Dr. Shaoen Wu and Evan Hazzard are creating machine learning tools that OSF HealthCare can use in its effort to raise child vaccination rates across Illinois.
Where the dinosaurs roamed: Dr. David Malone, son develop intriguing theory for how prehistoric rocks ended up in Wyoming
Dr. David Malone ’88 is an expert on many topics, but dinosaurs are not among them. The Distinguished Professor of Geology’s academic biography points to his expertise in structural, sedimentary, and field geology. In other words, he knows an awful lot about rocks, sand, and the age and provenance of such things that date back millions upon millions of years.
It was March 2021, and most businesses were closed amid another surge in coronavirus (COVID-19) infections and deaths across Brazil. Gloor, however, was continuing her work as art director and costume designer for a five-part television documentary titled Tramas da Moda (FashionNet), about the storied history of fashion in the state of Rio Grande do Sul.
Meet some of the Illinois State University undergraduate students who conducted research this summer through the Undergraduate Research Support Grant (URSG) program from the Office of Student Research.
Suspended: Punishment, Violence, and the Failure of School Safety looks to the culture of punishment and victimization created through decades of disciplinary policies in K-12 schools.
Dr. Gina Hunter’s new book, Edible Insects, delves into the historical role of insects as human food.
Some of the latest publications from Illinois State faculty members.
Dr. Aslihan D. Spaulding is part of a national team awarded a $10 million USDA grant to promote alternative systems for agriculture.
Dr. Marilyn Prasun and Dr. John Sedbrook have been named 2021 Researchers to Know by the Illinois Science and Technology Coalition.
Dr. Jan-Ulrik Dahl was awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to uncover the secrets of an insidious bacteria.
The University joined the nation’s largest online database of research opportunities, internships, and scholarships.