Redbirds Don and Florence Magee, age 87 and 85 respectively, have been married 61 years. They are more in love than when they first met and feel physically healthier than ever.
As a student representative, Dolgner will be a voice for entire population of Illinois therapeutic recreation (TR) students, providing input on a variety of issues like conference topics, student engagement, and outreach activities.
Illinois State’s therapeutic recreation (TR) program has collaborated with the Illinois Parks and Recreation Association’s New Professionals Committee to deliver practical learning opportunities for students this past year.
The therapeutic recreation program (TR) in the School of Kinesiology and Recreation is proud to announce the most recent passing rates for Illinois State students taking the National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification exam were nearly 92 percent, compared with the national rate of 85.3 percent.
Bloomington-Normal native and Redbird legacy Isaac Faamoe was glad he stayed in his hometown to study exercise science at Illinois State University.
In addition to online ceremonies that will be prerecorded by college, all 2021, as well as 2020 Illinois State University graduates, have the opportunity to participate in the Redbird Stage Crossing.
Catch up with our Class of 2016’s “Newest Redbirds.”
The collaborative event was hosted by Illinois State TR students (in the School of Kinesiology and Recreation) and allowed everyone in attendance to participate as both audience members and presenters, in sessions with panel discussions and presentations on various topics.
Check out a day in the life of Redbird volleyball senior Sydney Holt.
Graduate student and course instructor Emilia Schempp has been working hard this semester—not only as a student, but as a course instructor in the School of Kinesiology and Recreation.