For the second half of the two-year graduate program, Stevenson Center Fellows are in the field, gaining professional experience, applying classroom knowledge, and serving organizations across the U.S. The MCRPC is a local organization hosting its first Fellow.
The Spring College of Arts and Sciences Lecture, which was originally scheduled to be delivered by Dr. Lisa Szczepura on March 19, has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a later date.
Get your bike in shape for the spring by joining Dijon Duncan and Dr. Ela Przybylo at this women and nonbinary event!
The Stevenson Center provides its graduate students with tools to make an impact on the world.
Illinois State Distinguished Professor Rati Ram still teaching and researching at 85 years old.
Like most Stevenson Center students, Jerome Sader ’19 was drawn to using his education for the public good.
Professor of Economics Rajeev K. Goel will deliver the fall College of Arts and Sciences Lecture at 7 p.m. Tuesday, November 12, in the Old Main Room of the Bone Student Center. All members of the University and Bloomington-Normal communities are invited to attend.
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.