Humans of Illinois State has struck a chord on campus. Run by students Jessica Manzella and Danny Zeh, its Facebook page has already reached 2,700 likes since launching in February.
Illinois State University Associate Professor John Rugutt, from the College of Education, was awarded one of 60 fellowships by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program.
A free screening of the film Speaking in Tongues will be Monday, April 6, at the Normal Theater on North Street, followed by a Q and A.
Illinois State’s College of Education helps students like Madison Strebel get comfortable with a real classroom environment early on.
Junior Brittney Tarr is co-president of the Deaf Redbirds Association, one of 20+ registered student organizations in the College of Education.
When 20-year-old junior Alyson Spagnoli was in elementary school, her classroom’s technology was an overhead projector with a loud fan and some desktop computers. Today, it’s a different story.
Together, the three Vasel sisters are part of an Illinois State marching band tradition that stretches back more than 80 years. Big Red, or BRMM, has 285 members this fall and thousands of alumni.
This spring three College of Education faculty members in the Department of Special Education were recognized at the University and national levels for excellence in teaching and research.
Now in its 10th year, Illinois State University’s Chicago Teacher Education Pipeline has become a model for urban education. Learn more about Pipeline in this video featurette.
For 10 years, Illinois State University’s Special Education Assistive Technology (SEAT) Center has been preparing future teachers to better educate students with disabilities and making significant contributions to its field.