With virtual resources in demand, Hire-A-Redbird actively assists students and alumni with their career development and professional readiness.
Illinois State’s therapeutic recreation (TR) program has collaborated with the Illinois Parks and Recreation Association’s New Professionals Committee to deliver practical learning opportunities for students this past year.
hen Jessica Fields ‘16 began her academic journey at Illinois State, she knew she wanted to work with children and majored in human development, feeling that she would be well prepared for any career path she might take.
The therapeutic recreation program (TR) in the School of Kinesiology and Recreation is proud to announce the most recent passing rates for Illinois State students taking the National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification exam were nearly 92 percent, compared with the national rate of 85.3 percent.
Nontraditional student. Definitions of that term vary, but most interpretations include factors like age, work and family commitments, among others. Illinois State University even offers orientation days tailored for those who fit the category. Maybe the real defining characteristic is that nontraditional students have multiple, interesting layers that add to campus life. That could be said of Walter Reeves, who is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice sciences at the age of 48.
Dr. Pranshoo Solanki and Dr. Sally Xie, construction management professors were awarded a two-year, $250,000 grant for their study, “Influence of Field Curing Conditions on Strength of Concrete Test Specimens.” Concrete curing is defined as providing adequate temperature, moisture, and time to allow the concrete to achieve the desired strength and durability for its intended
Bloomington-Normal native and Redbird legacy Isaac Faamoe was glad he stayed in his hometown to study exercise science at Illinois State University.
Illinois State’s ROTC program in the Department of Military Science been working on a project that not only preserves the program’s rich heritage and history, but keeps past members connected.
Several faculty and student volunteers in the School of Information Technology (IT) collaborated with industry professionals to host this year’s high school cybersecurity defense competition, a collaborative event that benefits all participants involved.
Environmental health and sustainability students Gabriela Ornelas and Rowan Carroll have been selected as 2021 Association of Environmental Health Academic Programs (AEHAP) Student Research Competition winners.