Applications are now open for the College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) Washington, D.C., Summer 2020 scholarship program. The scholarship is to encourage professional practice opportunities for high achieving students who wish to pursue a summer internship in Washington. D.C.
Redbird football player Paul Monaco has a lot of responsibilities as a student-athlete and member of the Illinois State Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC).
Whether this is your first year in college or you just transferred to Illinois State, settling down on campus can be overwhelming. Check out these tips from the College of Applied Science and Technology
The United States Army is known for coming to the aid of people in need all around the world. At Illinois State University, a small group of soldiers-in-training saw a need—albeit on a much smaller scale than the military is accustomed to—in a local classroom and answered the call.
With a fantastic attendance at every event to an amazing lineup of speakers and insightful sessions, Science and Technology Week 2019 was a successful event.
The School of Communication is making strides to make sure that veterans have a satisfactory experience during their studies.
Temple Grandin is often called the most successful adult with autism in the world. On Wednesday night, April 10, Grandin told a standing-room-only crowd in the Brown Ballroom the key to her success: Not letting her disability define her.
Come join hundreds of runners for a 5K run through Illinois State’s campus at night.
Temple Grandin, often considered the most accomplished and well-known adult with autism in the world, will be the keynote speaker for Science and Technology Week 2019 at Illinois State University.
In the summer of 2017, Cadet Jimenez participated in the Army’s Cultural Understanding & Leadership Program (CULP), a three-week training experience where cadets travel outside of the United States to develop intercultural awareness and improve their foreign language proficiency skills.