Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI) Special Agent Brett Rovey, B.S./M.P.A. ’09, was recognized February 27 by U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson, of the Southern District of Texas, at the 2014 United States Attorney’s Awards Ceremony held in Houston.
Illinois State junior Ashley Torri isn’t just learning about corporate social responsibility. She’s putting it into practice through a unique Business Week 2014 event.
Matt Thein is one of Illinois State’s biggest cheerleaders. Literally. The physically fit Air Force veteran is one of several hundred former members of the military on the Illinois State campus.
Packback Books co-founders Kasey Gandham ’13 and Mike Shannon ’12 walked away from “Shark Tank” with a new investor: Mark Cuban.
Bobby Hunter’s unusual path to the Redbird men’s basketball team included two successful stints at smaller colleges in Florida and Oregon. Now he’s a team captain at Illinois State.
Illinois State alumni who taught in one-room schoolhouses vividly recall the enormous workload, and are equally quick to speak of the reward.
The $51,000 prize that Rob Martin won last fall helped get his 3-D printing business off the ground. But Martin’s business might not exist at all if had never met his faculty mentor, David Kennell/
A Friends of the Arts grant is supporting senior Ashley Koenig’s photography and audio exhibit at Milner Library that explores the memories of World War II veterans through portraits of and interviews with the men.
Being a first-time school principal is hard enough. Now imagine that your school was in such bad shape two years ago that the state took it over. Now picture leading that school at age 30.
Many of the world’s biggest companies will pay millions of dollars to buy a coveted TV commercial spot during next month’s Super Bowl. Illinois State alum Scott Beaudry’s dog treat business could be right there with them.