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.
Grayson Bourke, a second-year applied community and economic development (ACED) sequence graduate student in the Department of Politics and Government was selected to receive a University Club Scholarship.
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The online University Research Symposium opens Friday, April 9, on ISU ReD. The Symposium is a university-wide showcase of research, scholarship, and creative activity.
New members will be seated for three-year terms at the September Graduate Council meeting.
Students explore how alumni are making an impact in their communities, learn about their careers, and identify career paths.
Career Services provides a variety of support to assist Redbirds in their job search and careers.
In February, University Marketing and Communications senior photographer Lyndsie Schlink followed Julissa Navarrete through a day in her life as an agriscience graduate student doing research at the University Farm at Lexington.
Scholars from the School of Communication will attend this year’s virtual Central States Communication Association (CSCA) conference from March 23 to March 28. The 2021 CSCA is an opportunity for communication professors, staff, alumni, and graduate students to present their scholarly work. While this year’s event will be hosted virtually instead of in-person, the School
Illinois State University Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Matthew Dugas and his students are studying the early lives of poison dart frogs to better understand which survive and thrive.