ISU overpass in the spring

Illinois State University taking part in Giving Tuesday Now, May 5, to benefit COVID-19 Redbirds Response Fund

University supporters can rise to the challenge by donating to the COVID-19 Redbirds Response Fund on May 5—Giving Tuesday Now—a global day of giving in response to the pandemic.
Whether it's art or beyond, college is an opportunity for self-exploration.

Something for everyone: How your student can engage specific interests on campus

Not everyone’s college experience is the same, nor should it be. Your student has unique talents and interests, so here are some ways to engage those on campus.
Students attending the 2018 ISU Summer Speech and Debate Institute

ISU Summer Speech and Debate Institute completes another successful year

The annual Illinois State University Summer Speech and Debate Institute had another successful summer this year.

SoC students are taking advantage of internship opportunities

Over 2,500 Illinois State University School of Communication (SoC) students have completed more than 4,000 internships since 2008.

School of Communication to host 19th annual Homecoming Tailgate Party

The SoC will host its 19th annual School of Communication Homecoming Tailgate Party on Saturday, Oct. 13 at 11 a.m. outside of Hancock Stadium.
Faculty Led Study Abroad Group

Spring 2018 Study Abroad Fair

The Study Abroad team at ISU is gearing up for the semi-annual Study Abroad Fair! The Study Abroad Fair allows interested students the opportunity to speak to with representatives of many study...
Stressed-out professor

Week of July 24: Stress in Academia, Classroom Collaboration, ReggieNet

Learn to manage the stress of life in the academy, explore a new collaborative learning space on campus, get an introduction to ReggieNet-- just some of the workshops available this week at CTLT!
Students raising hands in class

Week of July 10: International Students, Case Studies, Concepts of Character

Help international students thrive at Illinois State, one of several professional development opportunities for faculty the week of July 10 at CTLT!
Books

Let’s Talk Teaching: Back to Claire’s Bookshelf

Claire and Jim explore three "handbooks" that can help you plan for teaching and easily respond to new questions or challenges that may arise during the semester.
Man hitting head on laptop keyboard

Week of October 17: Microsoft Outlook, Preparing for Promotion and Tenure

Master your email through the advance features found in Microsoft Outlook.