Illinois State University announced 14 students were selected as Robert G. Bone Scholars for the 2020-2021 school year.
The Career Center provides practical tips for how to utilize LinkedIn effectively as a digital career and networking tool.
North Carolina’s Pamlico County was devastated by Hurricane Florence in September of 2018. The area is still struggling to rebuild. A group of Redbirds used their Spring Break to help with those efforts.
Dr. Susan Kern’s 31-year career at Illinois State—from teaching in Illinois State’s former Department of Home Economics to leading the University’s first comprehensive fundraising campaign—is proof she welcomes any opportunity to make an impact.
As a kid, Sam Polczynski had what he described as “a crazy dream to go work for the Mouse.”
For many students, coming to college is about learning brand new skills, managing a budget, and maintaining a living space all on their own. For senior family and consumer science (FCS) teacher education major Abbey Testin, those skills are what shaped her future career and led to a fulfilling journey making her mark at Illinois State.
Illinois State and the Honors Program have provided the accompaniment this vocalist needs to succeed in the classroom and beyond.
An Illinois State Honors class has spent the fall semester creating a resource guide for McLean County women who have recently been released from jail or prison.
With commencement approaching, we decided to catch up with three alumni who were featured in our first “Meet our newest Redbirds” series four years ago.
Part advocacy, part celebration, part networking—the faculty/staff affinity group Organization of Latino Employees (OLÉ) began in 1989 at Illinois State.