Units, departments, and colleges on campus can submit applications for lectures and entertaintainment that advance a broader educational experience.
To ensure that the University is prepared to continue to support students facing unexpected financial obstacles, University Advancement is encouraging all Redbird alumni and friends to help Rebuild the Red and White.
People often ask, “What are you passionate about?” Sometimes it takes a whole lifetime to answer that question. Susan Cameron ’79 had an inkling as a child that she acted on as an adult, combining her passion for dogs and supporting law enforcement with a gift during the Redbirds Rising campaign. Ever since her youth,
Hazle Buck Ewing’s activist writings, as well as incoming letters from dozens of other suffragists and materials from the National Woman’s Party and Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage, are now freely available online for research and study, thanks to a monthslong digitization campaign by Milner Library and the Ewing Cultural Center.
Artist and alumna Wonsook Kim ’75, M.A. ’76, M.F.A. ’78, honorary doctorate of arts ’19, and her husband, Thomas Clement, have made a $12 million gift to Illinois State in support of the College of Fine Arts and the School of Art.
Illinois State University raised a record of more than $37.3 million in private support during the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2019.
Philanthropy has always been important to Robert (Bob) ’67, M.S. ’70, and Susan Lee Walling, both professionally and personally.
Country singer Luke Bryan honored his roots by establishing the Luke Bryan Farm Tour Scholarship at Illinois State University, which provides support for students majoring in agriculture.
The Glovers’ leadership and support of the campaign is a result of their recognition for the impact ISU has had on them.
When Craig Reeser turned 60, he thought it was time to check a couple things from a list of what he had been intending to do for years: get a tattoo and write a will. His loyalty to ISU was obvious as he did both.