Nearly 6,200 students will travel to Illinois State University from August 4–17 for move-in. Students will once again have assigned move-in dates and times depending on their housing assignment.
Illinois State University received a $450,000 grant to train K-12 teachers through the University’s Smart Grid for Schools program, which offers schools an opportunity to learn about the smart grid technology being rolled out by investor-owned utilities throughout Illinois.
The best part of Roger Behrens’ day is when he gets the chance to say hello to a student. He only sees them for a short time each day, when he rolls in to clean his assigned floors in Watterson Towers. But those brief moments can make a lasting impression.
The Illinois Shakespeare Festival’s 2014 season, starting Friday, July 11, will intertwine its three productions, Much Ado About Nothing, Elizabeth Rex, and Antony and Cleopatra, with original Shakespearean practices.
Volunteer opportunities are available to faculty and staff for Welcome Week.
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A $1.27 million renovation of Illinois State University’s Capen Auditorium will begin September 1. The 740-seat auditorium, built in 1909, is the largest lecture space on campus.
The Office of International Studies and Programs has established a grant program to support the creation of new Study Abroad programs for the summer 2016 semester. Four grants of up to $5,000 each will be awarded.
Audiology mentor Ryan Mulligan ’11 and a team of student volunteers are helping Special Olympics Illinois athletes as they compete in the Summer Games at Illinois State.