The following summaries of books authored or edited by Illinois State faculty appear in the fall 2016 print issue of the Redbird Scholar.
The Stevenson Center’s Fellows Program at Illinois State University offers 100 percent tuition waivers to AmeriCorps alums for graduate school.
A new Dual Degree Program between Illinois State University and Nihon University in Japan is giving two anthropology students the chance to combine culture with fieldwork.
Susan Sprecher researches the impact technology has on the process of getting acquainted.
A Smithsonian Institution exhibit exploring what it means to be human will be making a rare visit to Illinois, thanks in part to an emeritus professor at Illinois State University.
Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology Dr. James Skibo has devoted his life’s work to uncovering (literally) the rich history of some of the world’s most interesting, yet often overlooked societies.
Several Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development students are receiving academic awards and honors for their work in and out of the classroom.
A free screening of the film This Changes Everything will be at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 19, in Capen Auditorium, Edwards Hall.
More than 500 Illinois State undergraduate and graduate students distilled months of hard work into posters that they displayed Friday at the University Research Symposium.
Catherine O’Reilly and Joan Brehm recently spent two weeks in Kigoma, Tanzania, as part of research and capacity building project supported by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.