Discover is inviting current interns and employees who are alumni of Illinois State University to a reception where they can enjoy refreshments with fellow Redbirds and meet with ISU faculty and administration.
It’s time for a fun night out with Illinois State University’s Northern California alumni.
Join the Illinois State University Philadelphia Area Alumni Network at the Tall Ships Festival on Saturday, June 27.
As we close out another Memorial Day holiday, let’s take a moment to reflect on the service and sacrifice our fellow Redbirds have given for their country.
Mike Rinehart is a self-starter, but Illinois State’s School of Information Technology offered several unique opportunities that helped him boot up his career, long before he graduated.
The Illinois State University Alumni Association invites all California Redbirds to meet with President Larry Dietz and reconnect with alumni and friends July 14.
As College of Education alumni, friends and donors, you are a part of a community united through a common purpose of advancing the field of education and supporting educator preparation at Illinois State.
The Ferrell family endowment was established in 2013 by Audrey Ferrell ’71.The Ferrell family endowment will help the College of Education realize the goal of placing all students at a PDS by removing possible financial barriers.
Within this issue, you will read about four of the more than 50 externally funded grant programs focused on the subjects of urban education, early intervention in special education, diverse cultural and linguistic needs, and educational leadership. You will also read about two alumni who have each been recognized as the best of the best by the state they serve and two dedicated education majors who have “dug deep” to make the most out of their time at Illinois State and ready themselves for the next step in their careers.
The line “I’m moving out to California to establish my career” is not often reserved for new teachers from Illinois. But Naperville native Amy (Brophy) Laughlin ’98 found herself sharing that exact news with her parents after attending the University’s annual education career fair.