Redbird scholars Dr. Shaoen Wu and Evan Hazzard are creating machine learning tools that OSF HealthCare can use in its effort to raise child vaccination rates across Illinois.
The College of Applied Science and Technology is proud to present the 2022 Science and Technology Week, celebrating advancements in science and technology and the hardworking, dedicated students and professionals who make those advancements possible.
Dr. Rachel E. Smith and the School of Kinesiology and Recreation have launched a new mentoring initiative to help prepare Therapeutic Recreation (TR) students for important milestones in their senior year — internships and the national certification exam. After the first year of the program, both mentors and mentees report great experiences in the program.
Illinois State University is always looking ahead to prepare students for the needs of the future, especially with technological changes seemingly creating new industries overnight.
On December 3, the College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) held its Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is a research communication competition that challenges master’s and doctoral students to describe their research topic and its significance in just 3 minutes to a general audience.
The Office of International Studies and Programs support students from 70 countries as they chase their dreams in the United States. To better serve these students, the program has crafted several programs to set these students up for success.
On Saturday, December 11, School of IT faculty and staff joined many of our fall 2021 graduates in celebration at the School of IT Fall Commencement Reception.
Illinois State University’s cybersecurity program is preparing the next generation of specialists to fight cybercrime.
On October 7, the School of Information Technology Registered Student Organizations hosted a virtual internship fair with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for summer 2022 recruitment opportunities. Due to COVID restrictions, the FBI (along with many other organizations) was unable to attend the in-person internship fair. The student club leaders identified technology-enabled career fairs as an opportunity to bring these internship prospects to ISU students. The FBI event is the first of what they hope will be many such events.
The School of IT is proud to recognize our alumni who were honored for their professional achievements and community contributions during 2021.