A slew of state legislation has emerged to reverse LGBT equality rulings.
Professor Julie Webber from the Department of Politics and Government co-edited a book entitled “Expanding Curriculum Theory, Second Edition.”
Graduate student Fahmida Zaman from the Department of Politics and Government has published an article titled “Death of 1947 in Bangladesh’s Popular Memory” in the South Asia Journal.
The Central Illinois Paralegal Association (CIPA) offers students in a paralegal studies program the opportunity to be the recipient of a $500 scholarship.
Several Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development students are receiving academic awards and honors for their work in and out of the classroom.
From serving in Kazakhstan as a Peace Corps volunteer, to being a key decision-maker at a nonprofit in Colorado, Daniel Wienecke has seen the full spectrum of opportunity that comes from being an alum of the Stevenson Center.
Twenty-six graduate and undergraduate students from the Department of Politics and Government presented their research at the 2016 annual University Research Symposium on April 8.
Founded in 1966, with its first class of just 10 students graduating in 1968, the Department of Politics and Government celebrates 50 years of accomplishments and achievements.
The recipient of this year’s Student Employee Award was junior operations student manager and security manager Cole Hasselbring.
The Department of Politics and Government of Illinois State University held the 24th annual Conference for Students of Political Science on April 22, 2016.