With junior nursing student Emma Burling’s help, Corduroy is working to become a service dog.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has required every person in the ISU community to be flexible, creative, and understanding, but that response looks different depending on a person’s role at the University.
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.
In this video, Corey Burgess, University College Orientation and Transition Services Coordinator at Illinois State, answers questions about what to expect from the Transfer Day Program and why it’s valuable.
In this video, Guadalupe Montalvo, assistant director of contracts and room assignments for University Housing at Illinois State, answers questions about where you can live and how to find someone to live with as a Redbird.
Each month we recognize a few of the many amazing students and alumni who have been impacted by our donors’ generosity. Meet five students and one alum who have benefited from your support.
Over 2,500 Illinois State University School of Communication (SoC) students have completed more than 4,000 internships since 2008.
Explore the best ways to deal with distracting devices in your class. Plus, don’t miss out on innovative ideas and presentations by fellow faculty members and staff during the Summer Showcase!
Doug Twitchell, associate professor in the School of Information Technology and director of the Center for Information Assurance and Security Education (CIASE), and Mary Elaine Califf, director of the School of Information Technology, accepted the Center of Academic Excellence award at the Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education 2015 conference.
The School of Information Technology (IT) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 MAD Contest, sponsored by State Farm.