Redbirds recorded over 350 hours, hosted multiple service projects, and made gifts to support scholarships during the month of June for #RedbirdImpact Month.
For the past 20 years, Nikita Richards has made connections in the community to drive important diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts forward.
More than 70 Redbirds teamed up to make a difference in Bloomington-Normal—one scoop of cereal, one bag of pasta, and one bookbag of school supplies at a time—during Illinois State University’s fourth #RedbirdImpact Day of Service, Saturday, June 11.
The ABA Standing Committee on Paralegals recognized paralegal education programs that are teaching the next generation of paralegals the importance of pro bono work as well as how they can help provide access to justice.
When Redbird Jerry Wirth ’88 was inducted into the College of Business Hall of Fame at Illinois State’s 2004 Homecoming, he had no idea the connection he made that weekend with fellow alum Mike Richard ’75 would turn into a project that would help children around the world.
What started as a kernel of an idea bloomed into a day of the college experience for two Chicago Public School High Schools this Spring.
The National Center for Urban Education (NCUE) at Illinois State University (ISU) is excited to be a partner in a new STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) program created for Chicago high school students.
Over the last two years, the ISU National Center for Urban (NCUE) has continued to provide culturally relevant urban experiences to faculty and students via virtual platforms
The Share Shop is a new resource for Illinois State University students to shop secondhand completely free of charge. This was all made possible through the hard work of the students in the Student Government Association (SGA) and the Office of Sustainability.
Several campus units collaborated to create rolling gardens that are available for checkout through the Office of Sustainability.