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Significant updates have been made to the main spaces of the Ropp Agriculture Building, home of Illinois State University’s Department of Agriculture, 23 faculty and staff, and about 400 students.
Dr. Pirmin Nietlisbach, an assistant professor in the School of Biological Sciences, explains how the once nearly extinct geese have become a common presence in populated areas like Illinois State’s campus.
As part of regular inspections and maintenance, standpipes and fire pumps on campus will be flushed during May and July.
Members of the Illinois State University community are invited to a retirement reception for Larry Milby on Friday, April 29.
Director of the Office of Energy Management within Facilities Services Chris Homan will be retiring from Illinois State University on April 30, after 16 years of service.
Property Control is conducting Inventory Training.
The Civil Service Council will feature a civil service employee at Illinois State University each month to highlight an exceptional colleague and the outstanding work being done on campus! This month get a chance to learn about and applaud Elisabeth Reed with the Office of Sustainability.
Due to the impending winter storm with forecasts for ice, heavy snow, and high winds, Illinois State University will be closed Thursday, February 17. All classes (in-person, hybrid, and online) will be cancelled and will not be delivered remotely. Residence halls and residential dining centers will remain open. All other campus buildings will be closed Thursday.
Here is an update on four major construction projects on Illinois State’s campus from David Gill, the University’s director of Facilities, Planning, Design, and Construction.