The ALAS executive board vising Rader Family Farms in Normal.

Association of Latinx American Students offers welcoming community

When Ximena Sanchez-Ramirez arrived at Illinois State, she felt homesick until coming across the Association of Latinx American Students (ALAS). Just one year later, she is thriving as the...
Elizabeth (Betty) Chapman

Where are they now?

Elizabeth (Betty) Chapman came to ISU in 1983 as dean of the College of Applied Science.
Artist's representation of Brett Gillan in front of Nashville skyline.

Healing on a high note

Brett Gillan ’02, MBA ’08 talks about his experience at Illinois State and how it formed a unique path for his future.
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Planning advances for engineering program

Open forums held during the fall semester provided campus input about the addition of engineering programs.
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CAST new faculty profile: Dr. Stephen Mujeye, Department of Technology

Wrapping up this week's set of profiles is Dr. Stephen Mujeye, an assistant professor in the Department of Technology.
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Gamma Phi Circus alumna continues to work and adapt during COVID-19

Gamma Phi Circus alumna Margret Ebert ‘09 has spent the past ten years doing what she loves: traveling and performing.
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CAST new faculty profile series: Dr. Shaoen Wu, School of Information Technology

This week’s profile features Dr. Shaoen Wu, State Farm Endowed Chair Full Professor in the School of Information Technology.

Share your career success

Have you recently accepted an internship, a job, or graduate school? Let your fellow Redbirds know about it!
New faculty on Quad

Newly minted professors adjust to pandemic-style instruction

Starting any new job can stir up nervous jitters. Starting one as a college professor during a pandemic that requires learning a whole new way of teaching can ratchet up the nerves beyond just...
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CAST new faculty profile series: Dr. Nicky Wu, Kinesiology and Recreation

Wrapping up this week's set of profiles is Dr. Nicky Wu, an Assistant Professor in the School Kinesiology and Recreation.