The spring issue of the Redbird Scholar is now available online and in print.
Illinois State University’s Geography Program housed in the Department of Geography-Geology earned an honorable mention in the inaugural Award for Program Excellence by the American Association of Geographers (AAG).
A team of Illinois State researchers is conducting an innovative project in elementary schools to determine whether digital mapping can help students improve their spatial thinking skills.
Associate Professor of Geology Catherine O’Reilly will present “Rapid Warming of Lakes Around the World” at 3 p.m. Friday, February 26, in Felmley Hall, room 133.
Thirty-six years of student legwork and writings, recently arrived at the McLean County Museum of History Archives as the Michael D. Sublett Collection.
Illinois State University is partnering with the City of Bloomington to allow residents to instantly access the quality of water flowing into drinking reservoirs in Evergreen Lake and Lake Bloomington.
Carol Stein, the Association of Women Geoscientists Distinguished Lecturer at the University of Illinois-Chicago, will present “Tectonic Development of the Lake Superior Rift” at 3 p.m. Friday, February 12, in the Felmley Hall of Science Annex, room 133.
Three faculty members will be honored for outstanding teaching at the upcoming Illinois State University Founders Day celebration on Thursday, February 18.
Lecturing to about 700 students on subtropical deserts, when many of them have just rolled out of bed, is a tough assignment. But Bill Shields ’99, M.S. ’01, has done it 32 semesters in a row, waking mostly freshmen with his stories of growing up in the 1800s and hammering shoes on mules. Some of
Illinois State University named the recipients of the Research Initiative Award, who will be honored on Founders Day on Thursday, February 18.