The following is a list of books and audio and video recordings released by Illinois State University faculty in the second half of 2014 and the first half of 2015:
Illinois State faculty brought in more than $18 million in grant funding in fiscal 2015.
Here are a few research projects that would not be possible without this support.
For those readers who would like to view the print version of the Redbird Scholar on an electronic device, here is a downloadable PDF of the magazine.
This inaugural issue of Redbird Scholar is our first step in revealing the secrets that are research and graduate studies at Illinois State.
Illinois State University has faculty experts in hundreds of fields. Do you want to know about bicycle history, the antebellum period, or the Gilded Age? We have those covered and another 34 areas of history. Do you need experts in economics, education, nursing, politics, or the natural sciences? We have professors specializing in those subjects, too.
Illinois State graduate student Ana Roncero-Bellido’s lecture, “Latinas Anónimas: Articulating a Transnational Feminist Rhetorics of Solidarity Through Testimonio,” will take place at 1 p.m. Friday, October 2, in 314 Williams Hall.
Are you thinking about writing a grant proposal? Make sure you give yourself enough time to work on it.
Illinois State junior Kali Riddell researched stuttering during her summer internship at the National Institutes of Health.
Proposals are currently being accepted for the Cross-Disciplinary Grant Development Program, sponsored by the Office of the Associate Vice President for Research.
Washington, D.C., is more than just a place for politics. Just ask Illinois State University’s latest group of D.C. summer interns, who are now wrapping up their pre-professional experiences all over Washington.