An exhibit at Ewing Cultural Center telling the story of Nelson Ewing will be celebrated with a fundraising event starting at 5 p.m. Thursday, June 16, at Ewing Manor.
Illinois State University donors who have already received their new socks are spreading the word on social media, tagging their photos with #RedbirdSocks. Here are some of our favorite photos.
Rick Lewis arrived on campus in the 1980s as a graduate student, never expecting to make Illinois State his professional home.
Alumni are invited to the Alumni Association annual meeting at 9:30 a.m. on June 18 in the Alumni Center.
Illinois State University is pleased to recognize Enterprise Holdings for its generous support of the University’s Career Center.
Private giving impacts every part of Illinois State University, including the School of Kinesiology and Recreation. In all, 30 students will receive scholarships and awards this year, totaling $19,000.
Those who make a gift to Illinois State University from now until June 30 will receive a pair of Redbird socks. This year’s red and white striped design features the retro “I-State” logo.
Thirty graduating students networked with more than 50 donors from Illinois State University’s 1857 Society at the inaugural Greet Our Grads event.
Student-athletes on Snapchat and a Spotify playlist for future Redbirds were among the big winners at Illinois State University’s 2nd annual #RedbirdProud Social Media Awards.
The inaugural Heritage Society Lunch and Learn event helped Illinois State University donors learn something new while also engaging with our faculty and students.