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.
The Sociology and Anthropology Department will host the second of their Research Series this year.
This issue’s Q&A is with Dr. Shelby Putt, a biological anthropologist, in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology.
Another academic year has started, and with it the Stevenson Center introduces a new group of Fellows. Although a new group of Fellows with a wealth and variety of experiences arrives every year from across the country, this group is having a semester like no other.
The Sociology and Anthropology Department with Dr. Aaron Pitluck will host the first of their Research Series this year.
Triston Brown, a second-year graduate student studying cultural anthropology, wears many hats on Illinois State’s campus.
Peace Corps. For a lot of people, especially those who’ve already served, it means a lot. I’ve always heard former volunteers use words like “amazing,” “cathartic,” and “life-changing” to describe their service abroad.