Author of a new book on former Illinois State faculty member Mildred Pratt will give a talk, A Black Woman’s Journey from Cotton Picking to College Professor, on March 29.
One of the few people to survive a suicide attempt off the Golden Gate Bridge will be the speaker for 2018 Social Work Day. Kevin Hines will lead a discussion on mental health on March 26.
Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost Jan Murphy named Diane Zosky as interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Illinois State University. She will begin her role July 1.
Two School of Social Work students are helping to save the lives of overdose victims in Peoria through a project they created in class.
Doris Houston is the recipient of the 2017-2018 David A. Strand Diversity Achievement Award.
Illinois State University will host a two-day conference to explore how people see race and ethnicity in the current political climate.
It is with great pleasure that we announce School of Social Work faculty member, Dr. Dan Liechty has been named as a College of Arts and Science Distinguished Lecturer for the 2018-19 academic year.
Go abroad with the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders! Open to all alumni, faculty and staff.
Nasreen Sheikh was born in a small village on the border of Nepal and India where women are treated as slaves. Sheikh will share life experiences as a child laborer, and how one person can make a change with the support of many others, at a talk titled “What Happens When You Say Yes To Your Intuition” at 6 p.m. Monday, November 13, in Turner Hall, room 201.
Illinois State University will once again rally to Take Back the Night.