David Loomis, Jin Jo, and Matt Aldeman have won the Outstanding Cross-Disciplinary Team Research Award.
Honors, publications, and presentations of Illinois State faculty and staff.
Through the Honors Program, senior Moe Khalil has collaborated with instructors in an impressive nine upper-level biology and chemistry courses.
The National Institutes of Health’s blog has a four-part series explaining the new requirements for grant proposals “intended to enhance the reproducibility of research findings through increased scientific rigor and transparency,” that were announced in October.
The Department of Psychology and the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences (CBS) Colloquium Series will present a talk, titled “Use of Intuition and Analysis in Clinical Decision Making in Nursing,” with Jean E. Pretz, Ph.D., Friday, February 5, at 2 p.m. in 48 DeGarmo Hall.
Illinois State senior Katie Karas and the other student, staff, and faculty researchers on the project have been asking those who attend Up Late events all sorts of questions: Why did you come? If you skipped it, would you be drinking instead? Did you consume alcohol after the event?
Associate Professor and Assistant Chair for the Department of Management and Quantitative Methods Mathew Sheep, who studied the changing identity of the Episcopal Church, talks about the church’s loss of voting rights.
Honors, publications, presentations, and performances by Illinois State faculty and staff.
Professor of Mathematics Krzysztof Ostaszewski has been named a University Professor at Illinois State University. He will be honored February 18 at the Founders Day Convocation.
The Office of International Studies and Programs is announcing that, due to financial constraints, the Faculty International Travel Grant (FITG) program will be suspended for 2016.