President Terri Goss Kinzy delivered the annual State of the University Address on September 21. View the address.
With over 400 registered student organizations (RSOs) on campus, Illinois State offers students a multitude of opportunities to explore their interests, develop new hobbies, and build a community. As new Redbirds with their own unique passions enroll every year, that number only continues to grow.
The Civic Engagement Cohort provides an opportunity for teacher candidates to see that teaching is not a siloed profession.
Dr. Tina Williams, interim chair and associate professor of the Department of Management and Quantitative Methods, specializes in studying this phenomenon, referred to as underemployment.
The talk by Dr. Maritza Quiñones-Rivera will be September 23 as part of Latinx Heritage Month.
This year three organizations—Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority—celebrate 50 years of scholarship, service, and academic excellence at Illinois State University.
Two African American Redbirds ventured into the new world of cannabis cultivation.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, ReggieCon will present a panel on September 23, focusing on the Latinx children’s adventure graphic novel Under the Cottonwood Tree.
Fidencio Fifield-Perez will present the talk “Legalities of Being.” His current work examines borders, edges, and the people who must traverse them.
Just over four decades ago this fall, I began my undergraduate degree at the University of Akron.