Riaz published on the state of freedom of expression in South Asia, following the cancellation of an academic conference on Pakistan.
Student Body President Lauren Harris exemplifies the student who is highly involved across campus.
Dr. Mike Hendricks, assistant professor of Politics and Government, received the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology’s (CTLT) Teaching Innovations Grant for his collaborative project with Dr. Jordan Arellanes (Department of Psychology) and Dr. Chang Su-Russell (Department of Family and Consumer Sciences).
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Distinguished Professor Ali Riaz has coauthored an essay on the 50th Anniversary of the independence of Bangladesh in the Diplomat magazine.
Distinguished Professor Ali Riaz has been quoted by the German International broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW) in a report on the Digital Security Act (DSA).
After completing his MS, Kirk Richardson (MS, 2017) spent several months expanding the programming skills used in his thesis and practiced during his internship as a data analyst and loan officer at a CDFI in Missoula, Montana.
Dr. Kerri Milita presented her research “Not So Great Expectations: Why Ambiguous Position-Taking Benefits Women Candidates” at a Department of Politics and Government brown bag on Friday February 26.
The interplay of religion and politics in South Asia is explored in the recently published second edition of a book edited by Distinguished Professor Ali Riaz.
Chicago made history this past fall when the city government officially recognized Juneteenth as a day of observance. The citywide acknowledgment was the result of a yearlong effort led by activists and Illinois State alum Torrence Gardner ’13.