Graduates from the Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development are making a difference all over the country and abroad.
The transition from AmeriCorps to the Stevenson Center’s ACED Fellows Program to a job proved seamless for Ramya Kumaran. With a master’s degree in political science, Ramya now has a full-time position with her internship host organization.
Peace Corps Master’s International student Matthew Tomlin will travel a long way to walk across the stage and receive his master’s degree in political science this December. Tomlin has been working as an Urban Agriculture Extension Agent in Senegal since November 2014.
Through a sociology class project, Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development graduate students will assist previously incarcerated women in Bloomington-Normal in regaining their independence and attaining a consistent income.
With an expansive global influence, the Stevenson Center’s graduate programs place students in communities in need in the U.S. and abroad.
Illinois State University is growing the next generation of renewable energy leaders. One of them is Kadi Ilves, a senior renewable energy major at Illinois State.
Once they finished their Peace Corps service, Ambuj Neupane and Katie Saunders were both hired as program analysts at the Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C.
We’ve seen stock markets around the globe fall dramatically. Though some look to the Chinese currency, Professor of Economics Kevin Zhang says the fall in global markets is not caused by China’s yuan.
Illinois State University has been chosen to take part in a national initiative from Harvard University to boost the number of women in economics majors across the country.
The odds of Sarah Frakes ’10 meeting Daniel Chavez ’07 were not great.