Students and faculty within the School of Information Technology (IT) were presented with an opportunity to attend the Grace Hopper Conference this year, a major event that presents research, sparks conversation, provides networking opportunities, and supports women in the field of information technology.
The School of Information Technology extends congratulations to the Class of 2020 on graduating during these interesting times. You are now a member of the Illinois State University alumni family, which is almost 220,000 alumni strong. Please stay in touch with the School of Information Technology and Illinois State. We wish you continued success in
Brett Gillan ’02, MBA ’08 talks about his experience at Illinois State and how it formed a unique path for his future.
This week’s profile features Dr. Shaoen Wu, State Farm Endowed Chair Full Professor in the School of Information Technology.
The College of Applied Science and Technology continues its series highlighting profiles of new faculty members in various departments.
As Redbirds continue to thrive during the pandemic, Career Services is offering virtual career fairs, and information on how to navigate them effectively.
Three students in the College of Applied Science and Technology share how receiving the Matt and Sue Johanson Diversity in Technology Fund has enhanced their studies and opened doors.
Six Illinois State University students in the Game Development Club created a video game for people with epilepsy that provided a unique way to improve life skills of clients.
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.