Real-world scenarios are being tackled by College of Business students using virtual simulation technology made available through an $840,000 grant from Simio LLC®. Management and Quantitative Methods (MQM) professor Dr. Askar Choudhury received a grant for 350 copies of Simio® Academic Edition. Choudhury uses the software when teaching undergraduate business students in an operations analytics course.
Oscar Flores experienced a unique ten week-long internship with Clark Construction Group over the summer, which allowed him to develop skills needed to succeed in both a virtual and onsite work environment.
This year’s Thank-a-Donor Days event will look different than in past years, but showing appreciation to donors remains an important Redbird tradition.
Savanah Kinney didn’t let the COVID-19 pandemic stop her from having a productive summer break.
Read more about Milner Library’s adjusted services, and resources in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Milner Library’s unofficial motto “Here to Help” is taking on new meaning during the coronavirus pandemic, as the library shifts services and resources to best serve the campus community.
Dr. Douglas Smith, through his work as the director of Learning Spaces and Audio/Visual Technologies, has impacted nearly every classroom space on the Illinois State University campus.
From student scholarships to innovative spaces, from faculty support to hands-on leadership experiences, philanthropy is already at work on campus. Two Illinois State students have benefited from donor-funded scholarships.
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The season of giving is upon us, but that doesn’t mean you should give away personal information to cyber criminals.