Qwo-Li Driskill will give an address titled “Performing Revolution, Scholarship, and Decolonial Practice” at the Women’s and Gender Studies Symposium on Friday, March 22.
“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…
Vladimir Rott will share his life journey in the talk “Surviving Repression: A Personal Account of Life under Stalinism and Nazi Occupation” at 4 p.m.
“Thought for Food in the Luso-Hispanic Transatlantic,” the International Food Symposium, aims to celebrate and examine the complex cultural, social, environmental, political, and economic interconnections…
When listing the struggles facing college students, people tend to think of homesickness or studying stress—many never consider hunger.
Columnist Briahna Joy Gray, esq., will be the speaker for the annual Black History Month celebration at Illinois State University.
Illinois State University student Brendan Flynn shares his experiences studying abroad in Costa Rica.
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…
The Alumni Association will recognize five individuals and their outstanding achievements and contributions.
Illinois State University’s Office of International Studies and Programs is pleased to share the faculty-led study abroad program offerings for the Summer 2019 term.