Gamma Phi Circus alumna Margret Ebert ‘09 has spent the past ten years doing what she loves: traveling and performing.
The College of Applied Science and Technology welcomes new leadership team members, faculty, and staff this academic year.
As environmental, health, and safety manager for Caterpillar in Mapleton, Kelsey Fiddes ’12 has played a large role in helping her company navigate the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Garrett Steiner ’16 is a commissioned officer in the US Public Health Service and is currently assigned to the Indian Health Service in northern Wisconsin.
Cathy Ferguson-Allen ’91 was always interested in health and wellness. Initially interested in teaching physical education, she shifted gears upon arrival at Illinois State University.
In today’s coronavirus (COVID-19) environment of social distancing and physical isolation, United States Army Cadet Command remains focused on meeting the needs of our nation by commissioning strong and agile leaders of character for our Army. On June 12, Cadet Command will conduct the largest ever National Commissioning Ceremony for more than 1,000 cadets from across the nation. These cadets have completed the requirements to become Second Lieutenants in the United States Army, and being selected to participate in the ceremony is a prestigious honor.
Moving classes online for the spring semester due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation meant that many professors had to act quickly and be creative. Rachel Smith, instructional assistant professor in the School of Kinesiology and Recreation, rose to the challenge.
How do you find the perfect college major for you? For soon-to-be graduate Summer Trefzger, the answer came when she happened to try a criminal justice course during her last semester of community college.
Some things change while some stay the same.
The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) is proud to announce the 20th Science and Technology Week, aimed at celebrating advancements in science and technology