Pumpkin. You either love it or you hate it, but you can’t avoid it this time of year.
The Lois Jett Historical Costume Collection (LJHCC) in the department of Family and Consumer Sciences recently received one of its largest donations to date: a collection of items from the Naomi Whiting Towner Estate.
Meet some of the Redbird Legacy families who live in Central Illinois and hear why they chose to attend Illinois State University.
Ashlee Gilot ’09 has a personality that might be even bigger than the following she’s rapidly accruing. Better known today around the music industry as JUNO, she’s fun, spunky, and outspoken. At her core, that’s always who she’s been. JUNO is also a risk-taker. Thanks to a leap she took a decade ago, she has created a significant platform to express herself in the only way she knows how.
Efforts to improve sustainability extend far beyond the laboratory at Illinois State, due in large part to the efforts of Elisabeth Reed, director of the Office of Sustainability.
At the beginning of the spring semester, Dr. Chang Su-Russell completed a Design, Align, Refine, and Teach Online (DART) training conducted by the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology (CTLT) at Illinois State University. This training was useful as she transformed her traditional classes into an online format after President Dietz’s announcement.
The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) is proud to announce the 20th Science and Technology Week, aimed at celebrating advancements in science and technology
The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) is inviting you to the Women in Leadership event. The Women in Leadership conference involves activities focused on professional development.
Margot Lee Shetterly will help celebrate the 20th anniversary of Science and Technology Week. Shetterly is best-selling author of the book, Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race.
The College of Applied Science and Technology will offer a free showing of Hidden Figures, the true story of the black women mathematicians at NASA who helped fuel some of America’s greatest achievements in space.