Feral Feminisms, international, online publication, dedicated their latest issue to asexual (ace) and aromantic (aro) authors and ace and aro content.
There was never a doubt in the Caffey brothers’ minds. After high school, they would go to college.
The College of Arts and Sciences will hold its second annual golf outing to benefit the Wilson Family Assistance Fund on Friday, June 10, at Weibring Golf Club. All students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the College are welcome to participate.
The Center for a Sustainable Water Future was created in 2018 to fulfill three main goals: research and scholarship, civic engagement and outreach, and curriculum. Through the introduction of a new, co-taught class, the center is satisfying its curriculum goal and offering a holistic view of water’s roles across society.
Dr. Maura Toro-Morn, professor of sociology and director of Latin American and Latino/a Studies, will deliver the 2022 Spring College Lecture at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 25 in Section I of the Brown Ballroom in the Bone Student Center. Her lecture, “Gendered Migrations in the Age of Global Disruption,” is free and open to the public.
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology lost one of its most talented and influential members in 2021 with Professor Edward B. Jelks’ passing on the evening of December 22. In his fifteen years as a Professor of Anthropology at Illinois State University, Jelks made enormous contributions to the University and to many of the graduates of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, which Jelks started in 1968.
As an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Dr. Shelly Putt is working to offer her students interesting and valuable ways to engage with the content.
Victor Ventura’s days start and end early. But between waking up and turning in for the night, this Redbird is constantly on the go, working to meet his goal of helping others, now and in the future.
On Wednesday February 23, 2022 from 12–1 p.m. Central Time, the Spring 2022 International Seminar Series, ISU International Engagement, will feature Alex Ratcliff-Hanger, associate director for Study Abroad, as well as three student panelists: Devon Fine, Joi Strickland, and Anna Tulley. This free zoom webinar is open to the public with advance registration.
Dr. Gina Hunter and Dr. Noha Shawki will discuss the slow food movement and what it is at the next SOA Research Series, February 25.