International student Nehal Shah smiles for a photo inside the College of Business.

ISU senior is keeping up with classes from India during the pandemic

Nearly 8,000 miles away from campus, senior Nehal Shah wakes up in the middle of the night to attend class online at Illinois State University.
Bill Allison

Deloitte Foundation honors Bill Allison’s retirement with gift to student training fund

In recognition of the retirement of alum Bill Allison, his long-time employer, the Deloitte Foundation, donated $15,000 to the SAP Impact Fund.
Student smiling while giving a non-verbal hand gesture.

Students learn how to negotiate their first job

Gain the confidence and the skills you need to effectively negotiate your first job offer.
Micor enjoys the fall weather by relaxing in the grass on the Quad.

Day in the life: Marketing student involved across campus

Check out a day in the life of an Illinois State student.
Redbird Hall of Famer Joe Galvin '80 during his playing days.

Basketball alumnus creates scholarship

Joe Galvin ’80 left his mark at ISU by scoring more than 1,000 points and setting a school record of 132 career blocks while a member of the men’s basketball team.

Virtual career fairs connect Redbirds and employers remotely

As Redbirds continue to thrive during the pandemic, Career Services is offering virtual career fairs, and information on how to navigate them effectively.
Growth Change Team logo with flower over lilypad

Growth plans: Colleges craft professional development opportunities 

Colleges across Illinois State University are creating professional development opportunities for faculty and staff with a lens toward diversity, equity, and inclusion.  
A waiting room visual created using virtual simulation technology. Simio's simulations test waiting line models, among other concepts.

Simio LLC gifts Illinois State’s College of Business $840,000 in simulation software

Real-world scenarios are being tackled by College of Business students using virtual simulation technology made available through an $840,000 grant from Simio LLC®. Management and Quantitative...
George Wiman

Wiman streamlining processes for online environment in the College of Business

George Wiman is doing his part to help streamline the process for faculty members in the State Farm Hall of Business by using 3D printers to make practical tools to aid remote instruction.
Jaden Echols in front of the ISU logo in the Bone Student Center

Black Excellence RSO fosters positive community for students

For many new students, finding a group of friends can be one of the most overwhelming parts of arriving on campus. Jaden Echols realized this firsthand, and was one of the catalysts who sparked...