Brenda Nedved, Haley Drucker, and Mark Reppen are the deaf and hard of hearing program’s only graduates this December. The three students are all members of the deaf community. While Nedved grew up as a child of deaf adults, Drucker and Reppen were born deaf.
Parkinson’s patients regain voice quality with the help of two programs offered by the Eckelmann-Taylor Speech and Hearing Clinic at Illinois State University.
As part of Student Affairs Week, the Division of Student Affairs is excited to host its inaugural Involvement to Industry Conference for students and alumni on Saturday, September 28.
Make new memories this year at The Division of Student Affairs alumni and friends homecoming tailgate on Saturday, October 26.
Making it work—Jen Bethmann helps Illinois State with efforts on accessibility and universal design.
Making history as one of the first Miss America contestants to ever compete with a physical disability, Kelly now empowers young people living with a physical disability to understand and accept their difference.
At the fifth annual Adaptapalooza, Campus Recreation and therapeutic recreation students offered Illinois State students the chance to play adapted sports and learn about the opportunities available in sport and recreation for people with physical disabilities.
Not all those who struggle show their scars. Students find their way with the help of Student Access and Accommodation Services.
Like every young child, Tristen Sharp went through that toddler phase of incessantly asking ‘why.’ Now as a young woman, the question is one she has every reason to ponder.
Nyle DiMarco, the winner of Dancing with the Stars and America’s Next Top Model and an ambassador for the deaf community, will give a talk March 29.