Faculty and staff volunteers are needed to help welcome new students to campus during Welcome Week.
Steve Vandiver’s favorite part of his job is mentoring the students on the Business Week team. In recognition of his commitment of time, energy and dedication to these students, he was named the 2021 Registered Student Organization Advisor of the Year for Illinois State University.
On April 8, a year after the initial invitation, the Student Association for Bilingual Education (SABE) and the National Center for Urban Education (NCUE) welcomed best-selling author and Chicago Public Schools (CPS) teacher Dr. Gregory Michie to deliver the keynote address for Bilingual Advocacy Week.
Join Milner Library on April 22 as they host ISU’s very own award-winning student poet Naudia Williams.
April 9 marks Ange Milner’s 165th birthday. Learn more about the University’s first library and her indefatigable legacy.
Getting involved with Illinois State University’s Business Week is going to be easier than ever this spring as the 42nd annual event moves to an online format in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
This annual event celebrates the efforts of educators and other stakeholders who are making and sharing quality course materials that are free for students. Milner librarians are available to help faculty who want to incorporate open educational resources and more affordable course materials in their classes.
The 2020 First Generation Celebration will be a campus-wide tribute to the often-unsung contributions and achievements of students, faculty, staff, and alumni who were the first in their families to enter higher education.
Best-selling author and associate professor Dr. Safiya Noble will give a virtual talk titled Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 21, over Zoom. Noble’s talk will be a part of Open Access Week 2020 activities held by Milner Library.
Join Milner Library for a variety of events and workshops that highlight the benefits of making information free, online, and open for all to use during Open Access Week 2020.