Students and instructors will notice a slightly new appearance and some welcome new features when they log into ReggieNet after the winter break. These enhancements come the system shifts to off-campus hosting and receives some important upgrades.
Language, Literatures, and Cultures Professor Jennifer Howell will be leading a group of undergraduate and graduate students on an exploration of Morocco next July.
Peace Corps Master’s International student Matthew Tomlin will travel a long way to walk across the stage and receive his master’s degree in political science this December. Tomlin has been working as an Urban Agriculture Extension Agent in Senegal since November 2014.
Through a sociology class project, Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development graduate students will assist previously incarcerated women in Bloomington-Normal in regaining their independence and attaining a consistent income.
Illinois State’s top faculty researchers have made national and international impacts in their fields of study. The University’s colleges recognize these scholars annually through the Outstanding College Researcher Award.
Illinois State University graduate student Emily Blue talks about her experiences in the School of Social Work’s Master of Social Work (MSW) program.
With an expansive global influence, the Stevenson Center’s graduate programs place students in communities in need in the U.S. and abroad.
Bastian Hauk-Jegen, a graduate student in the Department of Technology, placed third in the Illinois State University’s Means Center for Entrepreneureal Studies Start Up Showcase competition.
AmeriCorps alum and Applied Community and Economic Development (ACED) Fellow Jordan Backstrom is helping individuals in Missoula, Montana, to strengthen community prosperity.
For Applied Community and Economic Development (ACED) Fellow Emily Rego, improving the Bloomington-Normal community is a top priority.