Beth Clark can’t remember a time when she wasn’t a volunteer. Living on the family farm, her calendar was always full with chores to be done. Plus, at Lexington High School she was active in all things musical as well as competing all four years in track and field. Her senior year she was team captain and a state finalist in discus. But, since childhood she’s made time to volunteer.
The 2020-2021 academic year will be remembered as a time when flexibility and patience were essential to fulfilling the University’s mission.
Illinois State’s Department of Agriculture used to attract students from family farms who grew up baling hay and showing cattle.
Thirty Illinois State students and trip leaders traveled to five different locations in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Michigan to serve communities in need May 9-15 for Illinois State’s annual Alternative Spring Break (ASB) service trips.
Remote learning does not hinder the ISU NAMA (Department of Agriculture RSO) Marketing Competition team’s success
Before he joins virtual audiences for events centered on “The (R)evolution of Indigenous Food Systems of North America,” Chef Sean Sherman, founder of the company The Sioux Chef, took part in a Q and A from Illinois State faculty members.
In February, University Marketing and Communications senior photographer Lyndsie Schlink followed Julissa Navarrete through a day in her life as an agriscience graduate student doing research at the University Farm at Lexington.
Founder of the company The Sioux Chef, Sean Sherman will share his journey of reviving and reimagining Indigenous cuisine. Events include a Normal Food Summit and a cook along with Chef Sherman.
Research on the Effect of COVID-19 on Nano-Composite Use and Production by Bees will be presented by a French research team March 24, 12:00 p.m. CDT during the Illinois State University International Seminar Series COVID-19: International Perspectives. This free online webinar is open to the public with advance registration.
Department of Psychology master’s student Amani Wise won first place at the Graduate School’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition for her presentation about white privilege.