Before he joins virtual audiences for events centered on “The (R)evolution of Indigenous Food Systems of North America,” Chef Sean Sherman, founder of the company The Sioux Chef, took part in a Q and A from Illinois State faculty members.
Students explore how alumni are making an impact in their communities, learn about their careers, and identify career paths.
The annual symposium, virtual this year, will include a combination of live and recorded performances, panel discussions, readings, and presentations, along with three keynote speakers in the evenings.
Founder of the company The Sioux Chef, Sean Sherman will share his journey of reviving and reimagining Indigenous cuisine. Events include a Normal Food Summit and a cook along with Chef Sherman.
Students and alumni connect virtually to discuss how to transition from college to career.
The Native American Film Series for spring 2021 will include discussion forums focusing on historic, contemporary, and unheeded issues facing Indigenous peoples.
Illinois State University’s Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program (WGSS) is issuing a call for proposals for the WGSS Annual Student Research Symposium.
In her new book, Dr. Alison Bailey explores the ways white supremacy and privilege operate like an anesthesia, desensitizing white people to the inherited damage of whiteness on collective humanity.
Valentine’s Day won’t be the same for many people this year due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“Sustainability and the Soul” will feature vegan cookbook author Afya Ibomu and yoga with alumna Radiance Campbell.