Postponed: The March 19 presentation by social psychologist Dr. Jennifer L. Eberhardt will be rescheduled at a future date.
People often ask, “What are you passionate about?” Sometimes it takes a whole lifetime to answer that question. Susan Cameron ’79 had an inkling as a child that she acted on as an adult, combining her passion for dogs and supporting law enforcement with a gift during the Redbirds Rising campaign. Ever since her youth,
“Survivors: Stories of Domestic Violence” will be performed at 7 p.m. Monday, September 30, at the Normal Theater.
The Illinois State University Police Department (ISUPD) recently welcomed a new employee who is paid in treats, toys, and scratches behind the ears.
Safe Redbirds offers helpful new features such as virtual safe walk and friend walk, each designed to provide additional security to all individuals on campus.
Illinois State has robust campus safety and security measures and a large team of University personnel who make those plans and procedures work.
In the event that a standing train is stalled on the tracks and blocking intersections or crossings, pedestrians should consider using the Main Street or School Street underpasses, or utilizing the services of Connect Transit.
As part of Student Affairs Week, the Division of Student Affairs is excited to host its inaugural Involvement to Industry Conference for students and alumni on Saturday, September 28.
The department is looking to adopt a dog specifically trained in police community engagement. Sage, a 2-year-old black lab, is certified by the Supporting Independence through Teamwork (SIT) Service Dogs.
The Illinois State University Police Department (ISUPD) has earned accreditation from the Illinois Law Enforcement Accreditation Program.