In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, ReggieCon will present a panel on September 23, focusing on the Latinx children’s adventure graphic novel Under the Cottonwood Tree.
Change begins with a conversation. Let’s get started.
A campus Multicultural Center will open this summer, providing a supportive environment for students while furthering the University’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.
Illinois State University’s AsiaConnect and the Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC) will host events to celebrate Asian heritage from April 2-13.
Chicago favorite Bambi Banks-Couleé will headline the evening with performances from local drag talent and newcomers to the virtual stage.
Registration ends March 15 for the CRCC Spring Institute featuring education scholars and practitioners Dr. Tyrone Howard, Dr. Kisha Porcher, Dr. Pamela Hoff, and Dr. Beth Hatt.
This update includes a new opportunity to update gender and pronouns in personal profiles, an upcoming deadline for a scholarship for DACA students, and the inclusive work of the Honors Program.
A new programming series from the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) will encourage campus and community members to come together in conversations around community safety and justice.
Author and intellectual Dr. Eddie S. Glaude Jr. placed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. within an American tradition that stretches back nearly 400 years and pointed to his relevance in the present crisis.
The CRCC Spring Institute will be March 19, 2021, via Zoom. Registration will be open in the early spring semester.