With over 400 registered student organizations (RSOs) on campus, Illinois State offers students a multitude of opportunities to explore their interests, develop new hobbies, and build a community. As new Redbirds with their own unique passions enroll every year, that number only continues to grow.
Here are a few of the latest books from Redbird scholars.
The College of Education at Illinois State University will induct five alumni into its Hall of Fame on Friday, October 15 during the University’s 2021 Homecoming celebration. Three Outstanding Young Alumni will also be recognized during this event.
Stop by to celebrate 100 years of Homecoming at Illinois State as we take a trip down memory lane.
After being away from campus for over a year, students officially came back for in-person learning on August 16. Students spent the 2020-2021 academic year distanced, virtual, and masked, but Redbirds are ready to return to a normal campus life moving forward.
At just 18, Austin Feaman doesn’t have much memory of a time in his young life when he wasn’t pitching in to help others. He said it was as if his mother, Jennifer, “planted a seed” that helped determine who he would grow up to be.
As part of the highly competitive Campus Compact program, Dr. S. Gavin Weiser will work to lead equity-focused change.
Mboka Mwilambwe ’94, M.S. ’96, assistant director at ISU’s Office of Equal Access and Opportunity, aims to bring people together during his mayoral term.
The College of Education announced a $3,000 renewable scholarship for students in Chicago Public Schools who join the Teach Chicago Tomorrow Pathway program and enroll at Illinois State University.
The U.S. Department of State has named Illinois State University Professor of Science Education Dr. Do-Yong Park as a recipient of the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to support his work in Vietnam.