Here are the latest books by Illinois State faculty and staff.
Internationally known speakers will highlight the Culturally Responsive Campus Community (CRCC) Fall 2017 Conference, November 6-7. Registration is open now.
Caress Brown, Lashanti Brown, Deksiyos Desta, Tricia Rosado, and Michelle Wortel all received fellowships from the board of directors of the Diversifying Higher Education Faculty in Illinois (DFI).
Dallas Long, associate dean of Milner Library, was recently informed that his dissertation has been selected by the American Library Association to be featured in the May/June issue of American Libraries.
The Department of Psychology Brown Bag Series will present a Diversity and Inclusion Brown Bag session with Beth Hatt, Ph.D., and Pamela Hoff, Ph.D., Wednesday, March 1, from noon-1 p.m. in 551 DeGarmo Hall.
Teacher and activist Jesse Hagopian will deliver a talk titled “Black Education Matters” on September 30.
The 2016 College of Education Annual Report highlights the size, national rankings and overall impact of educator preparation at Illinois State University.
The spring issue of the Redbird Scholar has been published.
The following summaries of books authored or edited by Illinois State faculty appear in the fall 2016 print issue of the Redbird Scholar.
Nicholas Hartlep’s new book, Unhooking from Whiteness: Resisting the Esprit de Corps, explores faculty members who challenge whiteness in academia.