Women in Technology (WIT) is a fast-growing RSO that strives to build a supportive community for women within the School of Information Technology. WIT was formed on campus in 2016.
Graham Knoll’s passion for service earned him a McLean County Full Tuition Scholarship, which provides free tuition to students who have a history of leadership, community service, and civic engagement within the county.
Illinois State University has a wealth of resources to support faculty, staff and students in this period.
School of Information Technology professor, Dr. Mary Elaine Califf agrees that the transition to teaching online has been somewhat challenging.
New freshmen and new transfer students nominated the following Illinois State faculty, staff, and students for a 2020 Impact Award.
The School of Information Technology always expects our faculty to have a difficult task choosing from among several excellent students to present the undergraduate and graduate student awards.
Some things change while some stay the same.
The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) is proud to announce the 20th Science and Technology Week, aimed at celebrating advancements in science and technology
The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) is inviting you to the Women in Leadership event. The Women in Leadership conference involves activities focused on professional development.
Margot Lee Shetterly will help celebrate the 20th anniversary of Science and Technology Week. Shetterly is best-selling author of the book, Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race.