Professor of History Richard Soderlund says the comparison of today’s mass migration to post-World War II is misleading.
Purdue University Physics Professor David Nolte will give a talk titled “Doppler Imaging of Life: Everything Moves” at 4 p.m. Tuesday, November 3.
National Science Foundation Fellow Amanda Carter researches ‘Hot Babes, Cool Dudes,’ a phenomenon that may help turtles adapt to climate change.
David Lipsky sat in Stevenson Hall, rapidly scribbling notes. Even though Lipsky had just published a novel, there he was amongst Advanced Creative Writing: Prose students, most of whom were eight to 10 years his junior. Some of the students were scribbling as furiously as he was, writing down choice tips from their professor. “When
Assistant Director of Convergent Media Nathan Carpenter, weighs in on the new changes coming to Facebook.
Jewish, Muslim, and Christian peacemakers from Jerusalem, Nazareth, and Galilee will gather at Illinois State University to talk about what happens when the peace process stalls.
Illinois State University will have a part in a presentation to the United Nations later this month. A graphic novel produced by the University’s Publications Unit will be key to a UN presentation.
The Illinois State University Planetarium will present Ghostly Tales under the Stars at 7:30 p.m. and midnight Friday, October 23, and at 2 p.m. Saturday, October 24.
False memories will be the topic of the College of Arts and Sciences Main Street College event at 7 p.m. Monday, October 26, under the title “Did That Really Happen? Understanding False Memory.”
Ann T. Tate, a research assistant professor at the University of Houston will present “Understanding the role of immunological plasticity in infection dynamics across biological scales” at 4:00 p.m. Thursday, October 22, in 210 Moulton Hall.