Professor of English and Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Student Affairs Dr. Sally E. Parry will retire after 33 years of service to Illinois State University. A retirement reception will be June 23.
As Illinois State senior Ikechukwu (IK) Ude prepares to move his mortarboard tassel from right to left this spring, he took a moment to look back at his time at Illinois State University and reflect on some memorable experiences he will take with him after graduation.
Acclaimed X-Men comic book writer Chris Claremont spoke to over 100 members of the Redbird community about the importance of telling diverse stories on April 15 during a virtual ReggieCon event.
ReggieCon will host the panel “Eyes Unclouded by Hate: The Spirit of Hayao Miyazaki!” from 7-8:30 p.m. May 6, via Zoom.
Illinois State University’s Department of Psychology and School of Communication are proud to showcase their new take to helping the community of ISU become more educated and have a better understanding of social, racial, and economical adversity today. They call it, “The Extending Empathy Project: On the Way to Tulsa.”
Students explore how alumni are making an impact in their communities, learn about their careers, and identify career paths.
Through their research, Assistant Professors of Elementary Education Dr. Shamaine Bertrand and Dr. Erin Quast; Assistant Psychology Professor Dr. Brea Banks ’10, Ph.D. ’15; and Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Sciences Dr. Charles Bell have shown that there is a chasm between the American dream and American reality.
Dr. Helen Neville of the University of Illinois will present “The Psychology of Radical Healing and Hope: Implications for Research and Practice with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.”
Her co-workers have a great attitude, but they can be needy.
As the movement for social justice and racial equity reached a critical point following the death of George Floyd last May, Khyati Verma, M.S. ’20, completed her master’s thesis on the impact of colorblind racial attitudes and implicit bias.