Celebrate Heart Month in February by learning more about symptoms of heart disease—and how you can prevent it.
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.
Infectious disease and vaccine expert Dr. Heather Zwickey will share key insights into understanding COVID-19 immunity from noon–1 p.m. on Wednesday, January 27 through a virtual presentation kicking off the Illinois State University Spring 2021 International Seminar Series.
In today’s coronavirus (COVID-19) environment of social distancing and physical isolation, United States Army Cadet Command remains focused on meeting the needs of our nation by commissioning strong and agile leaders of character for our Army. On June 12, Cadet Command will conduct the largest ever National Commissioning Ceremony for more than 1,000 cadets from across the nation. These cadets have completed the requirements to become Second Lieutenants in the United States Army, and being selected to participate in the ceremony is a prestigious honor.
Castiblanco encourages other Bloomington-Normal residents to visit Illinois State with fresh eyes and a different perspective. “I’ve still been able to get out of Bloomington-Normal in a sense by coming to college here,” she says. “It’s all worked out, and this is a great university.”
Cancer survivors, those currently battling cancer of all kinds, their families, and special university/community guests are invited to the Play 4Kay pregame reception on February 18.
Illinois State University Mennonite College of Nursing received the maximum 10 years of accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
The deadline to submit nominations for the 2018 awards ceremony is December 31, 2017.
The Xi Pi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) at Illinois State University’s Mennonite College of Nursing was pleased to welcome 37 new members at the induction ceremony on November 12 at the Alumni Center.
Julie ’89, M.S. ’92, and Keith Smith ’97 have established the Karen Griffith Parker Scholarship in the Mennonite College of Nursing in honor of Julie’s mother, Karen Griffith Parker.