The College of Applied Sciences and Technology (CAST) sends its graduates out to the world prepared to hit the ground running and leave their mark.
The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) invites you to join us for the 2022 Women in Leadership conference, featuring a series of speakers and activities that focus on professional development. Join us for conversations on networking, goal setting, and decision-making.
Illinois State University’s College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) will host its Academy of Achievement induction ceremony on Thursday, April 7, in the Old Main Room, Bone Student Center.
The College of Applied Science and Technology is proud to present the 2022 Science and Technology Week, celebrating advancements in science and technology and the hardworking, dedicated students and professionals who make those advancements possible.
Illinois State University construction management students competed in the 2021 Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 3 Preconstruction Competition in Downers Grove October 20-23, 2021.
Construction management students placed second in the 2021 Associated Schools of Construction Region III Commercial Construction Competition held in Downers Grove October 20-23, 2021.
Miriam Zappa likes to build things. It’s in her DNA as her father, Mark ’85, has had his own construction company for decades. It’s no wonder then that her favorite experiences as a volunteer often involve constructing something.
Jakub Burzynski ’21, construction Management; Evan Shook ’21, sustainable and renewable energy; and Justin O’Connell ’21, engineering technology, were commissioned as second lieutenants on May 7.
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
Cody Rogers has been using experience he’s obtained from the College of Business’ MBA program to grow a Bloomington-based business that recycles fishing line recovered from waterways across the country.