Three years, seven months, and 22 days after the groundbreaking of the Bone Student Center revitalization project, more than 100 people gathered May 7 in the shadow of the center’s new three-story addition for the rededication of the nearly 48-year-old building.
The report from the Office of the President provides an overview of priority actions accomplished and currently underway in response to calls for action by the students of the AntiBlackISU student movement and other campus community stakeholders.
Dr. Shamaine Bertrand is honored for her work on professional development for schools across the nation that focus on social and racial justice and culturally responsive teaching.
Governor J.B. Pritzker announced Friday, March 19, that higher education staff, among other groups, will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine beginning Monday, March 22.
This update includes a request for DEI committees and councils, the launch of the new CRCC Spring Institute, and Birds Give Back success.
Registration ends March 15 for the CRCC Spring Institute featuring education scholars and practitioners Dr. Tyrone Howard, Dr. Kisha Porcher, Dr. Pamela Hoff, and Dr. Beth Hatt.
The Administrative/Professional Council announced the winners of awards for distinguished service, emerging leader, and Esprit De Corps.
The 2021 Faculty/Staff Appreciation Ceremony will take place on March 25 with a virtual awards program, and boxed lunches for those who preregistered.
As we look ahead to the 2021-22 academic year, Illinois State University is planning for a more traditional campus experience and will offer as many face-to-face courses as possible.
This update includes increased retention numbers for students of color, new faces helping to create an infrastructure for continued DEI efforts on campus, and funds available for identity-based registered student organizations.