Dr. Rachel E. Smith and the School of Kinesiology and Recreation have launched a new mentoring initiative to help prepare Therapeutic Recreation (TR) students for important milestones in their senior year — internships and the national certification exam. After the first year of the program, both mentors and mentees report great experiences in the program.
Clint Smith has been selected as the recipient of the 2022 Herb Sanders Award for Outstanding Academic Advisement.
The Alumni Association will recognize nine individuals and their outstanding achievements and contributions.
Earning a college scholarship has been a game changer for thousands of women over the past 50 years following the passage of Title IX in 1972.
Dr. Charlotte Talkington ’61 is a loyal university supporter. She retired in 1994 after more than 30 years as faculty in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences. Talkington solidified her support for the department in 2001 by establishing the Charlotte E. Talkington Professional Development Fund in Family and Consumer Sciences.
A new cookware program, a collaboration between the School Street Food Pantry, Illinois State University, and Molina Healthcare, will provide students with a kitchen starter set and knowledge about nutritional information.
In this Redbird Scholar Q&A, Dr. Chang Su-Russell researched how parents make the decision to discuss or avoid difficult topics like death or racism.
The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) is pleased to recognize some of its most successful alumni by induction into the CAST Hall of Fame.
Pause to applaud these accomplished Illinois State University alumni.
Sandy Shelton would seem to have reason to worry. The 1990 Family and Consumer Sciences graduate has built her career in retail operations, gaining expertise in marketing, profit and loss management, and operations while overseeing millions in merchandise for some of the nation’s most successful retail chains.