A cross-disciplinary team consisting of Dr. Matt Aldeman, Assistant Professor of Technology, and Dr. Rebekka Darner, director of the Center for Mathematics, Science, and Technology and associate professor of biology education, will be hosting the 2022-2023 Research Speaker Series.
The Share Shop is a new resource for Illinois State University students to shop secondhand completely free of charge. This was all made possible through the hard work of the students in the Student Government Association (SGA) and the Office of Sustainability.
Several campus units collaborated to create rolling gardens that are available for checkout through the Office of Sustainability.
Sustainability is a commitment exemplified at ISU through initiatives students undertake with staff to make campus increasingly eco-friendly. The University is elevated as students gain leadership skills through civic engagement.
An Earth Day Breakfast, featuring keynote speaker Chad Pregracke, founder of Living Lands and Waters, will be Friday, April 22. Tickets are required.
Join the Center for Civic Engagement and the Office of Sustainability on March 29 at 6 p.m. at the Multicultural Center for a campus and community Deliberative Dialogue! We’ll be using the NIFI Issue Guide, “Climate Choices: How should we meet the challenges of a warming planet?” The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
The Civil Service Council will feature a civil service employee at Illinois State University each month to highlight an exceptional colleague and the outstanding work being done on campus! This month get a chance to learn about and applaud Elisabeth Reed with the Office of Sustainability.
The Office of Sustainability announced Associate Professor Keith Pluymers as the 2022 Environmental Stewardship Award winner for his work as an environmental historian.
When it comes to sustainability, small everyday actions can make a big difference. Office of Sustainability Director Elisabeth Reed shared the following five ways Illinois State University students, faculty, and staff can contribute to campuswide sustainability efforts.
Compost kiosks are located outside entry ways at Watterson Towers and Linkins, and on the plaza between Milner Library and Bone Student Center.