Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Greg Simpson and Distinguished Professor Jim Skibo have published an op-ed in the The Pantagraph.
The Office of International Studies and Programs, in collaboration with the Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development, the Women’s and Gender Studies Program, and the Department of Sociology and Anthropology will present Shirley Buzzard, Ph.D., at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 2, in Schroeder 238, with the talk “‘Paddling My Own Canoe’ an Evening Presentation about Shirley Buzzard’s Life.” The
Professor of Sociology Joan Brehm led the way in gathering impressions about local water sources for the Your Water, Your Future survey.
The women’s and gender studies program spotlights sophomore sociology major Anthony Anderson
Illinois State scholars took a shot (no disrespect to Cupid or his arrows) at answering the question: Can one really die from a broken heart?
Gina Hunter helped conceptualize the new Making a Home gallery at the McLean County Museum of History.
Graduates from the Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development are making a difference all over the country and abroad.
Gina Hunter from Illinois State’s Department of Sociology and Anthropology served as a consultant for a new permanent exhibit at the McLean County Museum of History.
The transition from AmeriCorps to the Stevenson Center’s ACED Fellows Program to a job proved seamless for Ramya Kumaran. With a master’s degree in political science, Ramya now has a full-time position with her internship host organization.
Peace Corps Master’s International student Matthew Tomlin will travel a long way to walk across the stage and receive his master’s degree in political science this December. Tomlin has been working as an Urban Agriculture Extension Agent in Senegal since November 2014.