Britni Mitchell ’08 is using her voice as both an educator and a Black woman to create a Black English literature class at her high school for juniors and seniors.
Submit workspace entries by March 24 for a special edition of this traditional event.
Scheduled for February 25, the event encourages individuals to support their passion on campus. The goal is to raise 2,021 gifts to correspond with the start of 2021.
Illinois State’s highly successful Redbird Philanthropy Week will be repeated this year February 22-26. The annual event is a tradition aimed at nurturing a collective sense of gratitude for the donors who enhance the Redbird experience.
Learn more about junior sociology major Tenaya Muhammad, Milner Library’s first receipient of the Dr. Thomas D. Wilson Student Assistant Scholarship.
Units, departments, and colleges on campus can submit applications for lectures and entertaintainment that advance a broader educational experience.
The Alumni Association is looking for the Homecoming: Redbirds in Flight prince and princess.
Juanita M. Morris, M.S. ’98, Ph.D. ’07 is using a $2.3 million grant to start a Civic Leadership Institute for Decatur Public Schools.
The rescheduled Homecoming 2020 will be held virtually, April 5-11.
Scholarships give students needed funds to pay for educational expenses, but they often end up being about more than money. For students like Julie Martinez, Andrew Terry, Grace Kinnicutt, and Ryan Hickenbottom, donor-funded scholarships offer encouragement, purpose, and drive. Read what receiving a scholarship has meant to Julie, Andrew, Grace, and Ryan.