Long before American Idol top-three finalist and Normal native Leah Marlene captivated a nationwide audience, her older brother, Shea Grehan ’20, had a clear picture of Marlene’s incredible potential.
The College of Arts and Sciences will hold its second annual golf outing to benefit the Wilson Family Assistance Fund on Friday, June 10, at Weibring Golf Club. All students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the College are welcome to participate.
The Center for a Sustainable Water Future was created in 2018 to fulfill three main goals: research and scholarship, civic engagement and outreach, and curriculum. Through the introduction of a new, co-taught class, the center is satisfying its curriculum goal and offering a holistic view of water’s roles across society.
Dr. Maura Toro-Morn, professor of sociology and director of Latin American and Latino/a Studies, will deliver the 2022 Spring College Lecture at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 25 in Section I of the Brown Ballroom in the Bone Student Center. Her lecture, “Gendered Migrations in the Age of Global Disruption,” is free and open to the public.
Individuals and groups across the campus and community were honored with 2022 Civic Engagement Awards on April 12, 2022, as part of Illinois State University’s annual Civic Engagement Celebration. The event was hosted by the Center for Civic Engagement.
The Department of Geography, Geology and the Environment mourns the passing of our friend and colleague William “Bill” Shields.
The Distinguished Geographer Lecture will feature Professor Michael Conzen, speaking on strides made in mapmaking after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.
Known as a field emission scanning electron microscope, the instrument can take images of nano-sized objects. The instrument will aid in research across campus and institutions across the area.
Dr. David Malone ’88 is an expert on many topics, but dinosaurs are not among them. The Distinguished Professor of Geology’s academic biography points to his expertise in structural, sedimentary, and field geology. In other words, he knows an awful lot about rocks, sand, and the age and provenance of such things that date back millions upon millions of years.
Some of the latest publications from Illinois State faculty members.