Illinois State University’s African American studies program will host “Black Women Rising: From the Classroom to the Boardroom” on January 24, 2022 in the Rosa Parks Room of Watterson Towers.
Dr. Gina Hunter’s new book, Edible Insects, delves into the historical role of insects as human food.
Dr. Daniel Jaster will be sharing his research, Returning home: Midwestern farm protests and re-living bygone utopias as resistance.
A talk with filmmaker Neyda Martinez and a Latin American music concert highlight events for Latinx Heritage Month.
Thank-A-Donor Days is a Redbird tradition that began in 2017 inviting scholarship recipients to write thank you letters to their donors.
The Schroeder Hall Gallery will host the exhibit The Material Culture and Visual Ethnography of the COVID-19 Pandemic for the 2021-2022 school year.
Practices that protect headwater streams is the focus of an ongoing study lead by Dr. Joan Brehm. A Field Day will invite farmers to be part of that discussion.
Dr. Lisa Szczepura, University Professor of Chemistry, will deliver the Fall College of Arts and Sciences Lecture at 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 2, in the Old Main Room of the Bone Student Center.
The series will kick off with Dr. David Lane of the Department of Criminal Justice Sciences exploring the complex social world of tattooing.
Thanks to some creative thinking within the College of Arts and Sciences, the students in the departments of History, Politics and Government, Criminal Justice, and Sociology and Anthropology have a new place to settle, study, relax, digest, and collaborate. Funds were secured from Academic Enhancement Fees to recreate and update a former underutilized computer lab.