The new EDI ISU wordmark, or a logo created mainly from text, was developed as a way to show unity throughout campus for equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts.
Register soon as space for our in-person fairs are limited and fill up quickly.
The dates are set for students and alumni to connect with employers at the 2022 spring career fairs.
Dr. Erin Mikulec and Dr. Dawn Beichner bring together scholars to discuss the ways in which girls are sexualized through school practices for the book Distraction: Girls, School, and Sexuality.
The Department of Educational Administration and Foundations (EAF) is hosting a retirement reception for Carol Pfoff from 2-4 p.m. Tuesday, November 30, in the Founders Suite of the Bone Student Center.
Illinois State University’s College of Education Dean Jim Wolfinger has been named the dean of the School of Education at St. John’s University in Queens, New York. Wolfinger will begin his position at St. John’s University on June 1, 2022. Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Aondover Tarhule will appoint an interim dean for the College of
On August 24, 2021, the National Center for Urban Education (NCUE) had the pleasure of hosting the first Taste of ISU event with future Redbird educators from the recently launched program Teach Chicago Tomorrow (TCT). It was a wonderful day full of new experiences for first-year students: meeting new people and learning more about ISU and its community partners, schools, faculty, and staff.
Illinois State University’s College of Education hosted its third annual Future Teacher Conference (FTCON) in person. Following CDC and the University’s health guidelines, over 800 high school students and 100 education personnel from over 30 Illinois school districts participated in various workshops throughout the day.
The National Center for Urban Education (NCUE) in Chicago works directly with Illinois State University faculty to offer students a firsthand look at culturally responsive practices through urban education and community experiences. This 15-year-old program directly relates to ISU’s comprehensive plan to promote equity, inclusion, and anti-racism by supporting and promoting discourse aligned with campus values of diversity and inclusion. This fall semester, 25 course sections have participated in NCUE clinical experiences virtually with one participating in person with the hope of moving to more in-person visits as clinical experiences return to K-12 classrooms.
The U.S. Department of State announced the selection of Erin Mikulec of Illinois State University for an English Language Specialist virtual project.