The goal of the National Center for Urban Education (NCUE) is to continue Illinois State University’s rich history of teacher education through a focus on social justice and community-based partnerships.
After more than a year of bringing the community experience virtually to Illinois State University students and faculty, the National Center for Urban Education (NCUE), is transitioning back to in-person programming.
Dr. Barry Reilly earned three degrees from Illinois State over his career and has served District 87 for over 30 years as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, principal, and superintendent.
Dr. Monica Noraian ‘07 was named the acting director of the Cecilia J. Lauby Teacher Education Center.
The University has implemented new face covering, vaccine, and testing requirements.
At just 18, Austin Feaman doesn’t have much memory of a time in his young life when he wasn’t pitching in to help others. He said it was as if his mother, Jennifer, “planted a seed” that helped determine who he would grow up to be.
Academic and campus departments are invited to participate in Family Weekend on October 1-3.
When Dr. Marcia Hickrod looks back on her five-decade-plus career at Illinois State, one gig stands above the rest.
Maddi Bodine, a National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT) and Zebulon “Zeb” Holder, NBCT candidate, were named 2021 Golden Apple Excellence in Teaching winners. They are among 10 Illinois teachers chosen for this honor. This year, the Golden Apple Excellence in Teaching winners were selected from over 708 nominees from all across the state—a new record for Illinois.
Save the date for the upcoming fall career fairs.