“Going to the Dogs: How our furry friends help us better understand human behavior” is the title of the spring Main Street College event scheduled for March 27.
“Thought for Food in the Luso-Hispanic Transatlantic,” the International Food Symposium, aims to celebrate and examine the complex cultural, social, environmental, political, and economic interconnections that define food’s position within these regions.
Susan Hildebrandt is the recipient of the 2018-19 Dr. John Chizmar & Dr. Anthony Ostrosky University-wide Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award.
Illinois State University’s Office of International Studies and Programs is pleased to share the faculty-led study abroad program offerings for the Summer 2019 term.
The award from the U.S. Department of Education will fund expenses for Beth Hatt and Juliet Lynd to lead 14 current and future educators in studies in Oaxaca, Mexico.
The World Languages program at the Unity Community Center in Normal, Illinois, developed out of a partnership with the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at Illinois State University.
Three College of Arts and Sciences students received the top honors at Illinois State’s annual Reggies awards. Anderson Devonish, Kiley Walsh, and J.D. Lafayette were recognized as the 2018 Male Athlete of the Year and as Scholar-Athletes of the Year, respectively.
Abby Mustread was born in Bloomington but her heart belongs to Africa.
Senior Spanish teacher education major and French minor Kiley Walsh was named Female Scholar-Athlete of the year at this year’s Reggie awards ceremony.
Five world languages teacher education majors (either in German or in Spanish) in Professor Susan Hildebrandt’s LAN 319 and LAN 320 classes won the Fund for the Future ICTFL (Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) Award for College Foreign Language Teaching Majors.