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Incoming Stevenson Center Fellow: Kenyetta McGowens

The Stevenson Center center will soon welcome Kenyetta McGowens as an Applied Community and Economic Development Fellow in anthropology.
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College thanks chairs and directors

The College of Arts and Sciences thanks Dr. Craig Gatto and Dr. Craig C. McLauchlan for their outstanding service.
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Leading a call: Recent grad creates memorial altar for women of color killed by law enforcement

In summer 2016, a group called Black Feminist Future began a movement across the country building altars in response to police killings of black women and girls.
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Sociology and Anthropology Department celebrate the accomplishments of students

Spring semester brings the time when the Department of Sociology and Anthropology gathers to celebrate the remarkable accomplishments of our students. It is an event that we greatly anticipate...
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Stevenson Center students deliver excellence

The Stevenson Center attracts bright and accomplished graduate students to its Fellows programs and undergraduate students to Peace Corps Prep. This academic year brought recognition of students'...
Dr. Diane Zosky

Dean delivers Spring 2020 Address

Interim Dean Dr. Diane Zosky emphasizes that the important work being conducted across the College of Arts and Sciences continues in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic and its unprecedented effects.
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Disrupted from a distance: Student’s study at Spanish university continues from home due to virus

Nestled around a city center outside a post office in Granada, Spain, with other U.S. students studying abroad, Illinois State sophomore Anna Tulley felt a buzz on her phone.
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Student winners reflect on Image of Research competition

Winners of the inaugural Image of Research juried competition reflect on their contributions to the competition.
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Potential impacts of COVID-19 on individuals with intellectual and developmental disability

Dalton Stevens, an 2015 graduate of sociology, and his colleague, Scott D. Landes, published a research brief in the Syracuse University Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion.
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Stevenson Center alum publishes in Environmental Sociology

Stevenson Center graduate students have assisted communities all over the globe, through Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, and other organizations. But direct service is not their only contribution: their...