Ph.D. student Amanda Wilson Carter has explored the marshes of Illinois and the swamps of South Carolina in pursuit of slider turtles for her research this summer.
Publications, presentations, and honors from Illinois State faculty and staff.
Carl Palmer, assistant professor of the Department of Politics and Government, weighs in on the first presidential debate of the 2016 season.
The Illinois State presidential portraits just made another move, this time to Milner Library’s Digital Center where they are about to undergo a digital makeover.
From June 21–26, the School of Information Technology was noisier and busier than any other week during our placid summers.
Tom Willmitch, the director of Illinois State University’s planetarium, reflects on the mission of NASA’s New Horizons.
Glen Sagers, assistant director of Illinois State’s School of Information Technology, says it may be a bit difficult to get the idea of Internet from space…ahem…off the ground in the U.S.
Have you ever had a question even the Internet couldn’t answer? Some of the Illinois State community did. And we put the University’s faculty experts to work answering their inquiries.
The weeklong academy allows high school students from the Chicago Public Schools to learn about mathematics, and a bit about themselves in the process.
Illinois State Marketing Professor Emily Goad’s paper “The Good, the Bad and the Effective: A Meta-Analytic Examination of Selling Orientation and Customer Orientation on Sales Performance” has been nominated for the Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management’s (JPSSM) 2014 paper of the year award.