Tyler Kirby ’07 has been the vice president of business development during the Kansas City Chiefs’ two recent Super Bowl appearances.
Take a moment to applaud these outstanding Illinois State University alumni.
The odds of becoming an Olympian, according to past president and co-founder of the International Society of Olympic Historians Bill Mallon, is roughly 1 in 500,000.
Dr. Mary Ryder, M.A. ’81, has a unique bond to the University. Her family connection began 110 years ago and spans four generations.
Keep up with what fellow alumni are doing by reading our class notes for the summer 2021 alumni magazine issue.
Former Bone Scholar Kate Del Fava ’20 may attend veterinary school someday, just as she intended to do after graduating in May 2020 as a pre-veterinarian medicine and animal sciences double major. But the new Kansas City team of the National Women’s Soccer League is glad those plans are on hold for now.
Susan Almeida left her Chicago home in 1969 to study elementary education at Illinois State as an undergraduate.
Illinois State alum Allison Morgan ’21 has always loved science. Morgan has been apprenticing at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens near Louisville, Kentucky, since graduating in May with a degree in biology with a conservation biology sequence from Illinois State’s School of Biological Sciences. She had transferred to the University as a junior.
The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) is pleased to recognize some of its most successful alumni by induction into the CAST Hall of Fame.
A Redbird Legacy is an Illinois State University current student or an alumnus with a guardian, parent, grandparent, or sibling that attended or attends Illinois State.