The Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN) at Illinois State University has been awarded a $2.8 million Advanced Nursing Education Workforce grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration.
The Summer Teacher Education Partnership for Urban Preparation program (STEP-UP) is celebrating 10 years of helping immerse students in the neighborhoods where they teach.
Students and legislators who support school reform will join Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Charles Bell for a presentation and discussion on school suspension.
Angell Howard of the Division of Student Affairs is the recipient of a Living Our Values Award.
Current full-time faculty and staff from traditionally underrepresented groups who have not received an invitation can contact the Office of the President.
Seven Redbirds were among the 34 nominees honored during the YWCA of McLean County’s annual Women of Distinction awards banquet. Three of the seven nominees were named 2019 Women of Distinction.
Tricia Larkin of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders has been honored with a Living Our Values Award for her work on Learning and Scholarship, Diversity and Inclusion, and Respect.
A new book, edited by Illinois State University’s Professor Ellis Hurd, brings to light stories of scholars and authors who navigate the worlds of teaching, research, and family through a lens of mixed identity.
The first progress report of the Campus Climate Task Force is now available. The report highlights University actions and initiatives addressing suggestions made by the task force.
The Representation Project, spearheaded by the English Education Student Advisory Committee, will award a set of books to an Illinois high school English teacher for classroom use.