Seven Illinois State University students, led by Professor Erik Rankin, traveled to the nation’s capital over the week of Memorial Day 2015.
Students from the HIS 395 Archives & Manuscripts course helped add to the understanding of Illinois State’s history by processing thousands of documents in the University Archives.
A career in public service that started while an Illinois State political science major continues for Adam Kinzinger ’00.
During the 30-day experience, students interact with government officials, community leaders, organizations, and Peruvian citizens from all socioeconomic classes.
Illinois State junior Frank Cassata’s passion for international relations traces back to his family’s roots in Sicily. It’s that passion that led Cassata to join Illinois State’s Model UN team.
Eduardo Bonilla-Silva will present “The Sweet Enchantment of Post-racial Racism in America” for the Illinois State University annual Bone Lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 23, in the Old Main Room of the Bone Student Center.
Illinois State University will welcome diplomats from Greece and Poland at its first-ever European Studies Symposium, which will run April 2 to 3, and April 16 to 17.
A national backlash erupted after the Indiana legislature recently passed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, or RFRA. Gov. Mike Pence has promised to clarify the act. Assistant Professor of Politics and Government Meghan Leonard explains the act, and what separates it from acts in other states.
Khandi Wright is only a junior at Illinois State, but this pre-law student already knows her way around a courtroom.