A new cross-college initiative called Courageous Conversations enlists faculty facilitators to lead interested instructors through teachable moments in the classroom.
The fifth annual Adaptapalooza will be held in the Student Fitness Center on Wednesday, February 27, from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
Celebrating “game changers” who are first-generation students is the agenda for TRIO Day at Illinois State University on Saturday, February 23, in the Bone Student Center’s Prairie Rooms.
School suspensions are counterintuitive in nature, says Charles Bell, who uses his own experiences growing up in Detroit to help others tap into their potential.
Illinois State University will celebrate all first-generation students, faculty, and staff with the first-ever campus-wide First Generation Powerhouse Celebration.
Coordinators of African American Studies announced several initiatives to enhance the work and scholarship of faculty and students.
The conference will feature a Multicultural Gala; student and community presentations; and keynote talks from an author on the black power movement, the founder of Silent Voices Uganda, and a scholar on the intersection of race, place, and school.
Last year the Student Government Association (SGA) saw the greatest influx of diverse students in its history. Leaders are looking to continue that wave of change with reforms to voting procedures and upcoming elections.
A new page on the Illinois State University website aims to provide insights into area cultural resources for those deciding whether to make Bloomington-Normal home. The site is available on the Human Resources page, both for current employees and prospective employees. It is also being made available in recruitment packets for potential faculty and staff.
Internationally known speakers will highlight the Culturally Responsive Campus Community (CRCC) Fall 2017 Conference, November 6-7. Registration is open now.