The School of Social Work welcomed in another academic year with both enthusiasm and trepidation.
The Dean of Students Office November Student Spotlight is Leah Rolando, a senior social work major.
A one-day conference, “Soldiering On: Understanding Trauma in the Military Culture,” will focus on trauma that soldiers and veterans face with active military duty on November 4.
Illinois State students testified in a video and at the state capital, hoping to save scholarships for fellow college students formerly in foster care.
Illinois State University’s Center for Adoption Services received a $50,000 grant to better understand the needs of former foster youth as they maneuver through college.
Mary Campbell has been named the 2015 recipient of the Grabill-Homan Community Peace Prize from the Illinois State University Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies Program.
Publications, presentations, performances and more from Illinois State faculty and staff.
Poverty will be the focus of the 2015 Social Work Day on Friday, March 27, at Illinois State University’s Alumni Center. Under the theme Poverty: A Private Trouble or Public Issue?, social work advocates from across the state will have the opportunity to explore the larger issues that influence poverty.
As 56 undergraduate students split into fake families for a daylong exercise about what it’s like to live in poverty, Raven Davidson’s character was there to steal, cajole, and coerce them into illegal behavior.