Plans for this year’s Constitution Day and Week celebrations focus on the 50th anniversary of the 26th Amendment, the amendment that lowered the voting age from 21 to 18.
The Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development is excited to announce the hiring of a new program coordinator and a new assistant director.
Trainings for students, faculty, and staff will offer insights into understanding advocacy, and learning how to weave it into university life and courses.
Miriam Zappa likes to build things. It’s in her DNA as her father, Mark ’85, has had his own construction company for decades. It’s no wonder then that her favorite experiences as a volunteer often involve constructing something.
McLean County Full Tuition Scholarship recipient Israd Mpeko brings a lifelong dedication to community service to Illinois State University.
Growing up in a small town such as Downs, there were plenty of ways incoming freshman Jessie Jones could be a difference maker. She took that to heart and was the kind of person to never turn down an opportunity to make an impact.
At just 18, Austin Feaman doesn’t have much memory of a time in his young life when he wasn’t pitching in to help others. He said it was as if his mother, Jennifer, “planted a seed” that helped determine who he would grow up to be.
To celebrate Pawfficer Sage’s Adoptiversary, the Center for Civic Engagement is hosting a party on July 28. Instead of gifts for the dog of honor, party guests are encouraged to bring new school supplies for CCE’s school supply drive.
Past, present, and future Redbirds have the opportunity this summer to support local children through a school supply drive for the Back to School Alliance. The drive is a partnership among Alumni Engagement, the Center for Civic Engagement, and University College.
Kole Damkoehler was only 8 years old when he participated in acts of kindness that would change his life.