Read more about Milner Library’s adjusted services, and resources in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
We sat down with a handful of members of the COE and asked five questions to find out a little more about them, why they do what they do, and what keeps them going.
Milner Library’s library catalog and other Search Milner Library search tools will be updated this summer, affecting online search results for a period of time.
Digital Discussions is a new event series featuring scholar lectures, workshops, and informal gatherings for faculty and students to talk about their interest in digital humanities and digital scholarship.
What do librarians write about? Find out in this review of the 100 items that Milner faculty and staff have submitted to ISU ReD.
Open Access Week 2019 is an international celebration of the benefits of making information free, online, and open for all to use.
In 2011, a School of Communication (SoC) graduate student made a recommendation to a faculty member for an event that would allow her cohort to create connections in Chicago. Eight years later, that annual event is a staple for SoC students and their post-graduate success. Every year, SoC Director of Field Experiences and Internships Thomas
The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences is happy to welcome two new colleagues this fall semester.
Joining the Navy gave Aldeman an opportunity to combine his loves of being on a ship, working with mechanical systems, and giving back by serving his country.
The public relations program’s faculty grew by one this fall. Professor Mary Beth Deline, a native Canadian, joined the School of Communication (SoC) with a background that includes industry experience and post-doctoral work in public relations.