Drs. Jacqueline Schneider and Susan Woollen’s partnership has given Illinois State students the opportunity to see just how important it is to look out for others.
Nastasha Powers ’19 has a passion for the work she does on behalf of survivors of sexual abuse and trauma.
Suspended: Punishment, Violence, and the Failure of School Safety looks to the culture of punishment and victimization created through decades of disciplinary policies in K-12 schools.
Christian Arceo grew up in Berwyn with his mom and three younger siblings. He came to Illinois State University to study criminal justice sciences and political science. He was interested in finding an internship in Washington, D.C. as a student, to see if it was a place he’d like to work in the future.
Dr. David Lane’s new book, The Other End of the Needle: Continuity and Change among Tattoo Workers, focuses on how tattoo artists sustain their world.
The College of Applied Science and Technology is excited to invite all alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends to the annual Homecoming tailgate. No registration is required.
The odds of becoming an Olympian, according to past president and co-founder of the International Society of Olympic Historians Bill Mallon, is roughly 1 in 500,000.
The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) is pleased to recognize some of its most successful alumni by induction into the CAST Hall of Fame.
The series will kick off with Dr. David Lane of the Department of Criminal Justice Sciences exploring the complex social world of tattooing.
Thanks to some creative thinking within the College of Arts and Sciences, the students in the departments of History, Politics and Government, Criminal Justice, and Sociology and Anthropology have a new place to settle, study, relax, digest, and collaborate. Funds were secured from Academic Enhancement Fees to recreate and update a former underutilized computer lab.