Elisabeth Reed, program director in the Office of Sustainability, is the most recent recipient of the Living Our Values Award, for her work that embodies the University’s value of Collaboration.
The talk with renown marine biologist and founder of Urban Ocean Lab Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson is one of several events from the Office of Sustainability.
Seven Illinois State sustainable and renewable energy majors are ready to show some of the top minds in the field their creativity and ingenuity as they put the last touches on a massive undertaking.
Cody Rogers has been using experience he’s obtained from the College of Business’ MBA program to grow a Bloomington-based business that recycles fishing line recovered from waterways across the country.
Everyone is invited to take part in “Menstrual March,” an event designed to bring reusable sustainable menstrual gear to the ISU community free of charge to menstruators.
University Galleries of Illinois State University is pleased to present Alice Hargrave: The Canary in the Lake from March 4 through May 16, 2021.
The Center for a Sustainable Water Future will present Dr. John Schwartz, speaking about the Fescue Belt in the United States.
“Sustainability and the Soul” will feature vegan cookbook author Afya Ibomu and yoga with alumna Radiance Campbell.
Illinois agriculture remains rooted in tradition, but emerging technologies are continually advancing the industry. For students in Illinois State’s Agriculture Department, hands-on learning opportunities are essential for merging the past and present with classroom theory and current best practices.
Three groups presented their projects to the Office of Sustainability, and because of their innovative ideas, team-work, and organizational forethought, all three graduate student groups successfully received funding for a combined total of over $27,000.