School of Kinesiology and Recreation alum Kyle Bragg ’10 certainly knows the value of hard work and persistence.
An ISU research team has been helping Bloomington School District 87 develop a wellness plan to get students moving more, eating better, and focusing on their mental health.
School of Kinesiology and Recreation alum Jeff Stein ’98 has enjoyed a variety of work experiences in his field post-graduation.
Students from different departments within CAST (and one student involved in Gamma Phi Circus) were selected as Robert G. Bone Scholars for the 2020-2021 academic year. The recognition is the highest campus honor given to undergraduate students. This year’s recipients answered questions about their work, inspiration, and the honor of being named a Bone Scholar.
The Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT) is an academic competition that challenges Illinois State University students to describe their research within three minutes to a general audience.
CAST’s School of Kinesiology and Recreation alumna Heather Richardson ’08, ’10 knew her passions before her college experience began.
Illinois State University’s commitment to AmeriCorps alumni through the Stevenson Center earned the institution a new honor: the university is now a School of National Service.
The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) recently hosted its Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, in which seven graduate students from the Department of Agriculture, School of Kinesiology and Recreation, and Department of Technology competed to move on to a university-wide level of competition.
Finding a career doing both what you enjoy and what you care about can be a challenge. Dr. Tracy Mainieri feels fortunate to have cleared that hurdle through her work as a recreation and park administration associate professor.
As a Recreation Therapist II for the New Hampshire Department of Corrections (NHDOC) for Women, Mike Bassett’s ‘16 passion for the field of therapeutic recreation (TR) is evident. Seeing his passion, it might come as a surprise that he discovered the perfect major by chance.