Julie ’89, M.S. ’92, and Keith Smith ’97 have established the Karen Griffith Parker Scholarship in the Mennonite College of Nursing in honor of Julie’s mother, Karen Griffith Parker.
As a financial planner, Diane Ryon ’69, M.S. ’70, is keenly aware of the challenges students and their families experience in paying for a college education.
President Larry Dietz addressed a crowd of more than 400 alumni, donors, and friends in Redbird Arena Saturday night to announce an ambitious effort to ensure success for Redbirds now and in the future.
The Joyce Morton Kief Future Professional Award was established by the School of Kinesiology and Recreation to annually support a student.
America’s Promise has brought Illinois State University nursing students to local schools to help improve oral health.
A scholarship at Illinois State University’s College of Business puts the world within reach for international business majors.
Private giving impacts every part of Illinois State University, including the School of Kinesiology and Recreation. In all, 30 students will receive scholarships and awards this year, totaling $19,000.
The inaugural Heritage Society Lunch and Learn event helped Illinois State University donors learn something new while also engaging with our faculty and students.
Learn about the shared history of private giving and Illinois State University’s College of Business, featuring three former deans and Interim Dean Gerry McKean.
Freshman Sarah Hogan, who suffers from fibromyalgia, was chosen as one of eight scholarship recipients by Disability Concerns, which provides accommodation services for students and guests with disabilities.