Ali Riaz, professor and chair of the Department of Politics and Government at Illinois State University, calls the new Iran deal a good beginning, but with many roadblocks ahead.
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Shelly Clevenger is taking an in-depth look at intimate partner violence and cybercrime in an upcoming book.
Student organizations, campus departments, and local businesses introduced themselves to thousands of Illinois State students at this year’s Festival ISU on Thursday.
Illinois State junior Kali Riddell researched stuttering during her summer internship at the National Institutes of Health.
A new biopic’s portrayal of author David Foster Wallace is winning praise from two of his former colleagues at Illinois State, even if the University itself is a little lost in translation.
Ian Barford certainly picked the right place to fall into acting. Flash-forward 30 years, and now it’s Barford who’s considered one of the School of Theatre and Dance’s most successful graduates.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Minority High School Scholars Actuarial Academy (MHSSAA), the oldest continuous academy in the nation to introduce the actuarial profession to mathematically talented high school students from underrepresented groups.
Nicholas Hartlep is co-editor of a new book, The Assault on Communities of Color: Exploring the Realities of Race-Based Violence. The collection of essays from leading scholars across the nation offers a platform for voices of a new movement forming in the wake of race-based violence.
Illinois State’s latest crop of visiting students from Brazil are digging deep into the science of horticulture this summer through an internship at the University’s outdoor laboratory.
Heather Artis discovered her passion for advertising in an Illinois State classroom. Twenty years later, she’s now an advertising executive at Fox Searchlight, one of the top studios in Los Angeles.