The Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development celebrated its 25th anniversary with “ADLAI Week.” Students, faculty, alumni, and community and campus partners joined in the events marking two and a half decades of growth and impact.
With gratitude to countless students, alumni, faculty, and partners near and far, the Stevenson Center is celebrating its 25th anniversary with “ADLAI Week” from September 27 to October 2.
Illinois State University’s new Food Studies program is hosting a sneak preview of the documentary Seasons of Change on Henry’s Farm on September 25. Following the preview, there will be a Q&A with film subject Henry Brockman and filmmaker Ines Sommer.
Stevenson Center graduate students had a productive academic year. Offering interdisciplinary, applied master’s programs for Peace Corps Fellows and Applied Community and Economic Development Fellows, the Stevenson Center prepares students for successful careers in community and economic development.
Stevenson Center alum and returned Peace Corps Volunteer Michael Hotard has used his applied economics master’s degree to serve the U.S. Department of Labor, the nonprofit Civic Pulse, and Stanford University since graduating from Illinois State ten years ago.
Associate Professor of Economics Oguzhan Dincer has opened the Institute for Corruption Studies in the heart of a state synonymous with political shadiness.
The Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development is executing its new 10-year strategic plan. Implementing the plan will help Illinois State meet the goals of Educate Connect Elevate: Illinois State – The Strategic Plan for Illinois’ First Public University 2018-2023.
“Going to the Dogs: How our furry friends help us better understand human behavior” is the title of the spring Main Street College event scheduled for March 27.
Kristin Carlson of the School of Theatre and Dance and Dimitrios Nikolaou of the Department of Economics are the recipients of the Service Initiative Award.
One Redbird found that no matter the degree or the time it takes to reach a dream, it all comes down to dedication, a well-thought-out plan, and a little bit of risk.