Momentum is building again for Illinois State’s Innovation Hub.
The Stevenson Center would like to formally welcome our new ACED Fellows for the Fall 2021 semester. These graduate students come from a diverse set of backgrounds and bring a plethora of experiences to the program.
Over the years, McLean County Regional Planning Commission (MCRPC) and Illinois State University (ISU) have fostered a strong working relationship and partnership for mutual benefits as well as those of our community, via student internship and fellowship opportunities, special projects and programs, and ongoing dialogues and engagement
The Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development is excited to announce the hiring of a new program coordinator and a new assistant director.
Illinois State University’s Latin American and Latino/a Studies will host a talk titled “Why Do Hispanics Spend More Time in Local Jails Than Whites?” from 3-4 p.m. Thursday, April 8 on Zoom.
The Stevenson Center’s Fellows programs draw those who are committed to development, service, and engagement with the local community.
The Stevenson Center’s long-established graduate programs are different from more conventional master’s degrees through a balanced approach to education in community and economic development.
I would never trade my experience in the Peace Corps for anything, and yet that does not mean the journey was easy.
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.