No two days in Rudy Morr’s life as an Illinois State student look exactly alike. From new class activities to spur-of-the-moment lunch plans, each day is different. One thing that stays constant? Two hours of marching band practice every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
It was rare that a board game ever saw its entirety at the Mulatz household.
When Edward Hayes ’55 graduated as valedictorian, he never expected to find himself back at the school in the principal’s office. But that’s what happened, decades later when he became principal of Bradley Bourbonnais Community High School.
In addition to online ceremonies that will be prerecorded by college, all 2021, as well as 2020 Illinois State University graduates, have the opportunity to participate in the Redbird Stage Crossing.
Joseph Berg is not a traditional college student, but that did not discourage him from making the most of his experience at Illinois State. After a few years of feeling unfulfilled in the workforce, he decided to commit to his education by joining the Redbird family. He was eager to polish his professional skills and set himself up for a career he could be passionate about.
George Wiman is doing his part to help streamline the process for faculty members in the State Farm Hall of Business by using 3D printers to make practical tools to aid remote instruction.
For many new students, finding a group of friends can be one of the most overwhelming parts of arriving on campus. Jaden Echols realized this firsthand, and was one of the catalysts who sparked the formation of the Black Excellence registered student organization (RSO).
Michael Wang received the College of Business’ Jack North Student Leadership Award.
In spite of its ZIP code, “normal” is not the word that best describes the Illinois State University campus these days.
The College of Business is now accepting nominations for the Early Career Achievement Awards (ECAA).