Early Career Achievement Awards (ECAA) recognize younger graduates who have demonstrated innovative and responsible professional leadership, the potential for future distinction and a commitment to serving others.
Claire Meyer is excited to be a Redbird. And that spirit helped her co-found an organization that gave back to the local community.
Illinois State students Samiat Solebo, Jada Turner, and Hannah Woody made history last semester by becoming the first all-female executive ticket elected to the Student Government Association (SGA).
Corey J. Parker ’02 is one of two administrative directors for Barrow Neurological Institute Academics. Overseeing 100 people and multiple departments while managing relationships with top medical centers in the country can have its twist and turns, but Parker’s road prepared him for that.
Illinois State senior Blake Whittle has always had a passion for high school sports. Now, he is using the skills he learned at Illinois State to turn that passion into a business of his own.
Tricia (Thomas) Griffith’s accomplishments as chief executive officer of The Progressive Corporation are so impressive that she is the first woman named Fortune Magazine’s Businessperson of the Year.
Business teacher education preparation at Illinois State will advance through a new academic program that has received approval from the University’s Board of Trustees.
Looking back at a conversation they had at the beginning of spring semester, Associate Professor Duleep Delpechitre and student Andrew Grant cannot help but laugh. They had just finished a role-play sales call for a class assignment when the associate professor of marketing and professional sales asked the graduating senior if he planned to pursue a
Junior marketing major Alex Campbell saw the long lines and wait times during the 2018 midterm elections and concluded something needed to be done to help more students vote.
We applaud these Illinois State alumni featured in the March 2019 issue.