Valentine’s Day won’t be the same for many people this year due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
We’re diving into the second year of the student ambassador program for the Department of Sociology and Anthropology with a very solid group this year!
The Center for a Sustainable Water Future will present Dr. John Schwartz, speaking about the Fescue Belt in the United States.
I would never trade my experience in the Peace Corps for anything, and yet that does not mean the journey was easy.
The Research Series from the Department of Sociology and Anthropology continues with “Yellow Peril Redux: Reformation of Racial Assaults Toward Asians in Diaspora During the Pandemic.”
Dr. Frank Beck, associate professor of sociology, along with criminal justice graduate student Alexis Swanson, will present their answers to the question, “Why do African Americans spend more time in jail than whites?”
Illinois State University’s commitment to AmeriCorps alumni through the Stevenson Center earned the institution a new honor: the university is now a School of National Service.
In honor of the holidays celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on January 18 and National Day of Racial Healing on January 19, Illinois State University scholars share works on racial and social justice.
While managing four graduate classes and assistantships, first-year Stevenson Center Fellows still find time for additional learning opportunities. This fall, several fellows served as moderators for the annual Housing Matters! Conference organized by Housing Action Illinois.
This Fall 2020 semester, a film series and discussion forum has been planned that focuses on historic and contemporary issues facing indigenous peoples that often go unnoticed.