Ameliah Tawlks ’15 is an alumna of the Department of English’s publishing studies program who completed multiple professional experiences, including the production assistant internship for the Publications Unit. Tawlks has now built a career in project management bridging her interests in business and technical communication.
Before he joins virtual audiences for events centered on “The (R)evolution of Indigenous Food Systems of North America,” Chef Sean Sherman, founder of the company The Sioux Chef, took part in a Q and A from Illinois State faculty members.
Craig Heyne ’20 secured his dream job at What Do You Meme? right after graduation.
Founder of the company The Sioux Chef, Sean Sherman will share his journey of reviving and reimagining Indigenous cuisine. Events include a Normal Food Summit and a cook along with Chef Sherman.
Illinois State senior Raquel Armas has wanted to become a teacher since her freshman year of high school.
Dr. Roberta Trites will give the talk “Mentalités of Children’s Literature: 1991-2021” will be at 7 p.m. Monday, March 29.
The National Endowment for the Arts awarded $15,000 in Grants for Arts Projects funding to support the work of Obsidian: Literature and Arts in the African Diaspora.
Everyone is invited to take part in “Menstrual March,” an event designed to bring reusable sustainable menstrual gear to the ISU community free of charge to menstruators.
Britni Mitchell ’08 is using her voice as both an educator and a Black woman to create a Black English literature class at her high school for juniors and seniors.
“Sustainability and the Soul” will feature vegan cookbook author Afya Ibomu and yoga with alumna Radiance Campbell.