If approved by the Board of Trustees, work will begin in earnest to replace ReggieNet with Canvas by the fall of 2023.
A cross-disciplinary team consisting of Dr. Matt Aldeman, Assistant Professor of Technology, and Dr. Rebekka Darner, director of the Center for Mathematics, Science, and Technology and associate professor of biology education, will be hosting the 2022-2023 Research Speaker Series.
What happens when you take a traditional wedding format and flip it upside down? If anyone knows about flipping upside down, it would be alumni of the Gamma Phi Circus.
Illinois State University announced students selected as Robert G. Bone Scholars for the 2022-2023 school year.
On March 9-12, 2022, Department of Technology faculty members Troy Blunier, Josh Brown, and Josh Katz attended, along with Technology and Engineering Education students Amanda Pediak, Will Maire, Riley Fortune, Gary Derwin, Will Salek, Henry Gleamza, Nick Schaefer, Tyler Polak, and Yoni Leibovitz, The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association Annual Conference: “Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy: The Role of Technology and Engineering in STEM Education–Keys to Success!”
Back in his days at Illinois State University, Jackie Thompson Jr. ’93 was an active member of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity and even played football his freshman year, earning a letter as a fullback and member of the special teams. Everyone called him J.J., as his friends still do.
If you haven’t seen a pure hitter of the baseball up close and personal, the clock is ticking. Illinois State University outfielder Ryan Cermak has been on a tear with the bat all season long, but the regular season comes to an end with a three-game series against Southern Illinois beginning May 19 at Duffy Bass Field.
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If you’re an employer, register early for the fall career fairs. Spaces are limited and fill-up quickly.
The master’s in criminal justice sciences program at Illinois State has given students many real-world, hands-on experiences. For Bothwell Piason, a graduate student within the Department of Criminal Justice Sciences, becoming a #GradBird has allowed him to explore more opportunities within his research in the criminal justice field.