When Sharmin Doering ’81, M.S. ’87, read about Donald Johnson ’13 and his journey to Illinois State University and the Department of Agriculture, she knew she had to learn more about this exceptional student.
Family and Consumer Sciences students kicked off their summer with a trip to Europe to explore four prominent cities.
The School of Kinesiology and Recreation and the Department of Health Sciences teamed up to send 13 students on a study abroad trip to Poland last month.
Gamma Phi Circus at Illinois State University is celebrating its 19th year of summer camp programming with circus arts instruction for children and adults.
The 1967 PEMS (Health and Physical Education Majors) held their 46th class reunion May 17–19 on Illinois State University’s campus.
Jackie Schneider, chair of the Department of Criminal Justice Sciences, believes that criminologists can be more involved when it comes to saving endangered species.
What started as a road trip ended in a decision to attend Illinois State University. Donald Johnson graduated with a degree in agriculture from the College of Applied Science and Technology on May 11.
Dietetic interns in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences have received a $500 grant to help lead the garden project at Calvary United Methodist Church.