The dates are set for students and alumni to connect with employers at the 2022 spring career fairs.
Christian Arceo grew up in Berwyn with his mom and three younger siblings. He came to Illinois State University to study criminal justice sciences and political science. He was interested in finding an internship in Washington, D.C. as a student, to see if it was a place he’d like to work in the future.
Thanks to some creative thinking within the College of Arts and Sciences, the students in the departments of History, Politics and Government, Criminal Justice, and Sociology and Anthropology have a new place to settle, study, relax, digest, and collaborate. Funds were secured from Academic Enhancement Fees to recreate and update a former underutilized computer lab.
Illinois State’s ROTC program in the Department of Military Science been working on a project that not only preserves the program’s rich heritage and history, but keeps past members connected.
The Illinois State Fashion Show RSO in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences is hosting a virtual civic engagement and fundraising event that helps raise awareness of diversity and inclusivity in fashion.
Representatives from Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives, Inc. (IEA) visited campus on March 24 to present a check to establish scholarships for students majoring in Construction Management and Occupational Safety and Health within the College of Applied Science and Technology.
With his colleagues, Dr. Luke Russell, assistant professor in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, wanted to find out what would make someone call off an engagement.
Becca Krzyszkowski ’16, M.S. ’19, currently works as a recreation supervisor for the City of Brentwood in the greater St. Louis area.
Did you know that tattooing was a fad among elites in the late 1800s in Europe and the United States?
Some of CAST’s newest faculty and staff members took the time to answer a series of questions that share some insight into their background, research interests, hobbies, and more. Wrapping up our final group of profiles is Lauren Nelson, an academic advisor in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences.