Professor of Geology David Malone will deliver the Distinguished Professor Lecture at 5 p.m. Wednesday, October 30, in the Circus Room of the Bone Student Center at Illinois State University.
A group of Illinois State University’s hydrogeology students from University Professor of Geology Eric Peterson’s class found real-world experience—and a bit of detective work—by exploring whether depleted oxygen levels impacted fish at a local lake.
Illinois State University’s new Food Studies program is hosting a sneak preview of the documentary Seasons of Change on Henry’s Farm on September 25. Following the preview, there will be a Q&A with film subject Henry Brockman and filmmaker Ines Sommer.
In honor of Nancy Lutgen’s late father, the Lutgens family gave $45,000 in cash and matching gifts to help establish the James and Lucy Patterson Family Geography Field Trip Endowment to encourage field research for Illinois State students.
A new study led by Dagmar Budikova finds a link between declining sea ice coverage in parts of the Canadian Arctic and an increasing incidence of summer heat waves across the southern United States.
Footpaths are more than foot traffic—they can reflect the needs of an area, and inform city planners.
Nobel Peace Prize-winning scientist Catherine O’Reilly has been leading international research teams that have discovered climate change has been warming lakes worldwide, threatening the fish and humans depending on them.
“Going to the Dogs: How our furry friends help us better understand human behavior” is the title of the spring Main Street College event scheduled for March 27.
With the help of a College of Arts and Sciences Interdisciplinary Grant, Kathryn Jasper teamed up with John Kostelnick to help students integrate geographic information systems into their research.
The series, titled Natural Resource Extraction in Latin America: Society, Environment, and Politics will include scholars from around the globe exploring the social and environmental impact of withdrawing natural resources from the Earth.