The College of Applied Science and Technology will offer a free showing of Hidden Figures, the true story of the black women mathematicians at NASA who helped fuel some of America’s greatest achievements in space.
We celebrate scholars from around the world and encourage them with tools and resources to ensure all-round success at Illinois State
Jennifer Obmann and Nicole Golebiowski have one thing in common—they love to travel and knew that leaving their comfort zones would not only be a life-changing experience with new friends and connections, it would also give them new perspectives on their careers.
Danielle D’amato, a senior physical education teacher education major from Genoa, Illinois, doesn’t have a lot of downtime. She is a student performer in Gamma Phi Circus, a member of the Physical Education Teacher Education Club, a resident advisor, a teaching assistant, and holds two jobs for Campus Recreation: a group fitness instructor and a
Colonel David Rabb will be at Illinois State to share his passion on exploring the injuries that are an inevitable component of military combat duty.
The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) organized its first professional development lunch specifically for graduate students from various CAST departments
Kenzie Meyer ’18 and Haylee Ruestman ’18 took the entrepreneurial route after graduating from the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences at Illinois State.
From student scholarships to innovative spaces, from faculty support to hands-on leadership experiences, philanthropy is already at work on campus. Two Illinois State students have benefited from donor-funded scholarships.
School of Kinesiology and Recreation student Emily Yacko and Professor Rachel Smith are active mental health advocates spreading the word about mental health awareness and suicide prevention
For criminal justice sciences major Scott Allen, it was a summer well spent with the Environmental Protection Agency, Office of the Inspector General, specifically in the Operations Support Division in the Office of Investigations.