Thank you to each of our colleagues who are retiring this year for your exceptional contributions to the College.
The School of Teaching and Learning (TCH) hosted a Research Celebration in early April that brought together over 100 people to present, discuss and learn about current education research projects.
Dr. J. Michael Durnil ’83, M.S. ’84, was surprised by the response to The E.W. Scripps Company announcing he would serve as the executive director of the Scripps National Spelling Bee last spring. He was soon interviewed by The New York Times, The Washington Post, and on National Public Radio.
The National Science Foundation awarded Illinois State University more than $1.3 million to inspire urban Chicago high school students with an innovative after-school program.
In celebration of Bilingual Advocacy Week, a talk by Dr. Kim Potowski will explore “Spanish in the U.S.: Myths and Realities” at 7 p.m. April 14, in the Old Main Room of the Bone Student Center.
Jon Fulton, a member of the Gamma Phi Circus, is a co-act captain for the clown act, one of the heads of the publicity committee, and the president of the nation’s oldest collegiate circus. Follow Fulton through a day in his life.
The College of Education will host the New Teacher Conference (NTCon) on June 23, 2022 at Illinois State University. This professional development opportunity is specifically designed for new teachers who are in their first to fifth years of teaching. The event is open to alumni and friends, and registration is required.
Some of the latest publications from Illinois State faculty members.
Illinois State University is coordinating the Illinois Tutoring Initiative in partnership with the Governor’s Office, the Illinois State Board of Education, the Illinois Board of Higher Education, and the Illinois Community College Board.
The School of Teaching and Learning (TCH) welcomes the wider Redbird community to a Research Celebration.