Illinois State University faculty from the School of Biological Sciences and Chemistry and Geography-Geology departments will lead a workshop for teachers on the impacts of climate change.
I-View, which includes two School of Biological Sciences faculty on its leadership team, will significantly enhance the ability of conservation organizations to establish an interconnected system of healthy and protected lands and waters.
Seth L. Robia, an associate professor in the department of cell and molecular physiology of Loyola University, will present “Measuring the Motions of Membrane Transport Proteins” September 3 at 4 p.m. in 210 Moulton Hall.
School of Biological Sciences graduate Christine Hodges ’11, M.S. ’14, is now a physical science technician in the laboratory of Susan McCormick at the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Laboratory in Peoria.
Illinois State University’s Andres Vidal-Gadea is leading the way to understanding the internal compass of animals by identifying the first sensor of the Earth’s magnetic field in the brain of a worm.
Dr. Kathleen Westby and Molly Schumacher, graduate students from Dr. Steven Juliano’s research group recently completed their degrees and have moved on to the next steps in their career.
Ph.D. student Amanda Wilson Carter has explored the marshes of Illinois and the swamps of South Carolina in pursuit of slider turtles for her research this summer.
Alum David Paddock is an annual Illinois State supporter, and every year he sends a portion of his financial gift to Milner Library, one of his favorite parts of campus.
Have you ever had a question even the Internet couldn’t answer? Some of the Illinois State community did. And we put the University’s faculty experts to work answering their inquiries.
Come join us during a FREE seminar series open to the public on Friday, April 24, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., in Williams Hall.