The News Department of WGLT Radio earned a Kaleidoscope Award for diversity reporting from the Radio Television Digital News Association after multiple series focusing on life for underrepresented populations.
The following is a list of books and audio and video recordings released by Illinois State University faculty in the second half of 2014 and the first half of 2015:
A public service career continues for Rocco Claps ’83, who was reappointed as director of the Illinois Department of Human Rights.
Illinois State University’s Professor of Communication Joseph Zompetti is the recipient of a Fulbright grant to travel to Brazil.
In the nation’s battle against obesity, fast food carries the title of public enemy No. 1. A former McDonald’s executive, Mike Donahue ’80 is challenging that reality with LYFE Kitchen.
Trevor Steinbach didn’t lose his passion for history after completing his major in the subject and speech communications in 1975.
Illinois State public relations students don’t have to wait until college ends to get real-world experience.
For many, The Vidette student newspaper was long synonymous with former general manager, Harry Thiel. A memorial tribute to Thiel and his wife will be at 2 p.m. April 10 at the Vidette office, along with the awarding of the first Harry and Jo Thiel “Red Line” Scholarship.
Starting April 5, Illinois State alum Mark Grote’s relationship with the Cubs will come full circle when he joins the Cubs radio broadcasting team on Chicago’s WBBM.
Political discussions in the United States have been hijacked, said Professor of Communication Joseph Zompetti, who discusses solutions for taking the conversation back in his new book.