Illinois State University recognized students, faculty, staff, and on- and off-campus groups for their outstanding contributions to civic engagement.
Illinois State University’s chapter of the American Democracy Project is holding the Civic Engagement Celebration on Tuesday, April 30, in the Circus Room of the Bone Student Center.
The public is invited to attend a free screening of Thirsty Land at the Normal Theater on Monday, March 25. The documentary begins at 7 p.m. and film producer/director Conrad Weaver will present immediately following the movie.
Illinois State University’s chapter of the American Democracy Project (ADP) is accepting nominations for the annual Community Engagement Awards.
Up to $1,000 will be awarded in February and must be used during the 2019 spring semester for local, student-led civic engagement projects.
For individuals that are unsure of who they will be voting for on November 6 or are still researching their options, Ballot Ready is just one available online tool for voter research.
Students navigating the voting process in the run-up to the midterm elections have an ally at Illinois State University.
Join the American Democracy Project and Normal Town Council member, R. C. McBride, in a discussion about why local government matters.
Students and groups engaged in helping the community were honored last spring at the third annual Civic Engagement Celebration.
WGLT, Illinois State University’s NPR station, is teaming up with various community partners to host four candidate forums and debates this month to inform voters ahead of the November 6 election. Civic engagement is a core value at Illinois State University. GLT is supporting that value through its series of events featuring local, state, and