Ever wonder what it’s like to work towards a Doctorate of Nursing Practice? Or how to balance going back to school with your family or busy work schedule? We sat down with Dr. Jessica Sullivan—a two-time MCN grad and MCN’s FNP sequence leader for the DNP program—to learn more about how the FNP sequence of the program is structured and who should consider earning a DNP.
Celebrate Heart Month in February by learning more about symptoms of heart disease—and how you can prevent it.
Milner Library is pleased to announce a three-year open access agreement with Cambridge University Press.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Harrison (BSN ’11) might have spent Winter Break visiting family members or traveling. Instead, he signed a five-week contract to work in the ICU.
Gifts that support Illinois State University faculty and staff often continue giving beyond the initial investment. Such was the case with the professorship that would later inspire the newly endowed Ali Riaz Graduate Student Award in the Department of Politics and Government, an annual award that will recognize the best student in Comparative Politics and International Relations.
More than 700 course instructors took part in professional development to prepare for fall teaching.
Milner Library’s physical building will reopen for Illinois State University students, faculty, staff, and retirees beginning Sunday, August 16.
In 2019, the University of California Library System rejected their Elsevier subscription. Read more about MIT’s Framework for Publisher Contracts.
Learn more about predatory or deceptive publishing, which is a business model in which publishers exploit researchers’ need to publish as part of the tenure and promotion process.
Read more about Milner Library’s adjusted services, and resources in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic.