Michael Gizzi, an associate professor in Criminal Justice Sciences, will present “Seeing Israel Through Different Lenses: Multiple Narratives and the Challenges for Conflict-resolution, Co-existence, and Peacemaking” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, in Schroeder Hall, room 244.
Assistant Professor of Apparel, Merchandising and Design Ui-Jeen Yu explores the rapid evolution of online apparel shopping.
Jennifer Thompson and Ronald Cotton, co-authors of the New York Times best-selling book Picking Cotton, will be the keynote speakers for Illinois State University’s Science and Technology Week, April 6 to 10. Science and Technology Week events are sponsored by the College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST).
Publications, presentations, performances and more from Illinois State faculty and staff.
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.
The Speaker Series of Illinois State University will dedicate spring 2015 to talks that explore the politics behind the Hurricane Katrina disaster, lessons to take from World War I, the issues of being transgender, growing up in political exile and building a sustainable business culture.
Illinois State alum Ryan Nuccio continues to chase his passion (sports nutrition) as a research and development scientist at the Gatorade Sports Science Institute.
For Jasmine Yu and her dedicated Gamma Phi Circus teammates, what they learn stays with them long after Spring Shows end.
Senior computer science major Rachel Schifano isn’t afraid to get outside her comfort zone. And this semester, that meant competing in the School of Information Technology’s Mobile App Development Contest.
The $51,000 prize that Rob Martin won last fall helped get his 3-D printing business off the ground. But Martin’s business might not exist at all if had never met his faculty mentor, David Kennell/