Students from across Illinois will converge on Normal later this month for a unique sport business experience hosted by the Illinois State University sport management program.
The transition from AmeriCorps to the Stevenson Center’s ACED Fellows Program to a job proved seamless for Ramya Kumaran. With a master’s degree in political science, Ramya now has a full-time position with her internship host organization.
Through a sociology class project, Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development graduate students will assist previously incarcerated women in Bloomington-Normal in regaining their independence and attaining a consistent income.
Illinois State’s top faculty researchers have made national and international impacts in their fields of study. The University’s colleges recognize these scholars annually through the Outstanding College Researcher Award.
With an expansive global influence, the Stevenson Center’s graduate programs place students in communities in need in the U.S. and abroad.
Ambassador Roman Macaya will highlight the first-ever International Education Week at Illinois State University with a talk on November 17.
Joyce Morton Kief began her teaching career in ISU’s women’s Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (HPERD) department in 1966 after completing a master’s at Colorado State.
Faculty and students in recreation and park administration (RPA) received many accolades at last month’s National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) annual conference in Las Vegas.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Jacqueline Epping will talk about physical activity and public health for the Esther Larson McGinnis Lecture at 7 p.m. October 14.
At Illinois State University, October has been named Exercise is Medicine month in hopes to promote a fit, active lifestyle campuswide.