ISULeads is a comprehensive leadership program designed to help students select involvement opportunities that build on one another to make the most of their involvement.
Student and Community Outreach has created the “I am Normal” campaign to encourage students to be more engaged and responsible citizens of the community. After reviewing the following pledge with staff, they are given an “I am Normal” T-shirt and/or bag!
The Illinois Green Business Association uses student interns from Illinois State to help local businesses get certified for using sustainable practices.
In the recent State of the University address, Vice President for Student Affairs Larry Dietz shared that the ISULeads Leadership Certificate Program is one of only a few leadership certificate programs in the state.
An Illinois State alumnus turned judge told students that federal sentencing laws were forcing excessive and unwarranted prison terms and not having the intended impact on the war on drugs.
Ten students lived and worked in Washington, D.C., this summer as part of an internship program launched in 2011 by Illinois State’s Research and Sponsored Programs unit.
The Career Center at Illinois State University is hosting the Part-Time Job Fair for students from 1-4 p.m. Wednesday, September 4, in the Brown Ballroom of the Bone Student Center.
Illinois State seniors Calvin Lynch and Nick Streicher couldn’t sleep.
The Vernon Avenue build is almost finished, becoming the latest successful joint project between Illinois State and Illinois Wesleyan’s Habitat for Humanity chapters and their affiliate.
STATEside sat down with three Alternative Break students to discuss what they called a life-changing experience and a must on any student’s ISU bucket list.