Months before graduation, Ben Bradley ’17 already had a cybersecurity job lined up as an analyst searching for threats to his employer’s computer network.
The National Science Foundation accepts only two proposals per educational institution for their Major Research Instrumentation Program, which provides opportunities to substantially improve research capabilities.
Mary Bennett Henrichs, president and CEO of Integrity Technology Solutions, discusses her company's decision to create a scholarship for School of Information Technology students.
A gift of $3 million from State Farm will advance Illinois State University's new cybersecurity program.
On Friday, April 28, students and their guests, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the School of Information Technology gathered to Celebrate IT.
As IT student Matt Price graduates and launches his professional career leveraging his IT skills to do do great things, he shares his academic experience…
The College of Applied Science and Technology recaps its 50th anniversary article series, #CAST50.