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.
Edu-Futuro, an organization dedicated to empowering immigrant and underserved youth in and around Washington, D.C., is hosting its first Stevenson Center Fellow.
Students become Stevenson Center Fellows because they value service: they want their graduate education to benefit others as much as themselves. Under the guidance of sociology professor Dr. Frank Beck, Fellows worked in two groups in 2020 to assist the School Street Food Pantry and Autism McLean.
Dr. Prasanta Kalita, professor of agricultural and biological engineering and director of the Appropriate Scale Mechanization Consortium at the University of Illinois, will present a talk for the Center for a Sustainable Water Future series.
Illinois State University’s Kathryn (Katie) Bruce has been named one of this year’s outstanding college students by the Lincoln Academy of Illinois.
Retired Illinois State employee and three-time alum Dr. Sally Pyne ’78, M.S. ’87, Ph.D. ’99, will make her national television debut Friday morning on Today With Hoda & Jenna as one of the contestants for a round of the Weakest Link hosted by fellow Redbird Jane Lynch ’82.
Due to the continuing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Interim Dean Dr. Diane Zosky has published her address on the college website and has recorded it, as well.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology Dr. Abigail Stone was prepared to teach her typical lab course—where students study the archaeology of animal bones—until the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic disrupted her curriculum.
The Center for a Sustainable Water Future is hosting an interdisciplinary, water-themed lecture series via Zoom. The first speaker, Dr. Caroline Gottschalk Druschke from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will discuss supporting freshwater systems.