While sitting in the Technology and Engineering Education labs and classrooms at Illinois State, Eric Race ’18 heard his professors driving home the importance of always looking at the bigger picture.
Chris Merrill, technology and engineering education professor at Illinois State has been announced ACTE National Teacher Educator of the Year finalist.
Peace Corps volunteers serve communities worldwide in six different sectors, or kinds of jobs. The largest sector is education, which has given Illinois State graduates Max Plonczynski and Alejandra Villalobos the perfect setting to put their teaching skills to the test.
TEECA is more than just a registered student organization; the association is a group of students who are passionate about leadership and making an impact on society.
The Department of Technology is proud and grateful that so many veterans have made their academic home with us and are pursuing degrees in our programs.
Illinois State University Technology and Engineering Collegiate Association (TEECA) members were in attendance at the District 214 and 211 Robot Rumble (Battle Bots) competition on February 23 and 24.
Josh Brown received the 2016-2017 Department of Technology Service Award.
The 17th Annual Technology Day 2017 was held October 13 at Illinois State University.
Technology and Engineering Education alumna Kelly Smith now teaches at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire. She teaches classes in Print Media, Media Arts Design and Development, and Audio Video Design.
Junior technology and engineering education majors Philip Tschammer and Andrew Wiercinski and graduate student Alexandra Dunfee spent a semester dedicated to immortalizing a symbol of remembrance.