Alumna Candice Halbert ’01 encouraged students to take advantage of opportunities and pay it forward during her keynote speech at the STEM Social program.
An apartment choice made independently by Bob Mathes and Susan (Hawkins) as they completed undergraduate degrees in agriculture and chemistry respectively resulted in romance and creation of an ISU legacy family.
Sher ’71 and Todd Rockway are passionate about encouraging students to embrace science by establishing the Sheryll (Renken) and Todd Rockway Endowed Scholarship in Biology, giving more than $37,000 to support the fund.
Professor of Economics Rajeev K. Goel will deliver the fall College of Arts and Sciences Lecture at 7 p.m. Tuesday, November 12, in the Old Main Room of the Bone Student Center. All members of the University and Bloomington-Normal communities are invited to attend.
Even though Illinois State University’s institutional repository, ISU ReD, has existed for several years, many students, staff, and faculty are still unfamiliar with this resource.
Applications are open for the Charles Morris STEM Scholarships.
From nursing to communicative disorders, and marketing to human resources, jobs in the health care industry are on the rise. Redbirds from all majors are invited to attend the Health Care Industry Fair on November 14 to connect with recruiters seeking Redbird talent.
While their peers indulged in summer vacation, a group of high school students from across Illinois experienced research at the university level during the Illinois Summer Research Academy (ISRA).
Illinois State University is part of Celebrating High School Innovators, a program designed to encourage, award, and showcase innovative students from across the state.
Illinois State University recognized students, faculty, staff, and on- and off-campus groups for their outstanding contributions to civic engagement.