Events for Thursday, March 23rd 2017
Today is the last day to drop a second-half semester course with no withdrawal grade and a full adjustment of charges. Financial aid may be reduced. Today is also the last day to put a second-half semester course on Credit/No Credit or Audit. Students must report to 107 Moulton Hall with photo identification no later…
Lori Anne Frieri will defend her dissertation.
The Wellness Gazebo travels to various locations around campus each week to provide wellness information, resources, condoms, and fun giveaways.
Edith List to defend dissertation.
CTLT’s Early-Career Faculty Circles offer faculty in their first, second, or third year of service at Illinois State a combination of professional development and peer support.
Aimed at maintenance of a healthy spine, this class focuses on strengthening the abdominal and increasing the flexibility of the back.
Learn how to create simple digital forms in Microsoft Word.
This is a regular A/P meeting. All are open to the public.
Nicholas Henkle to defend dissertation.
Riley Parmenter to defend thesis.
Madeline Biehl to defend thesis.
Diversity Advocacy is sponsoring a new series of workshops that examine identity and the ways in which those identities intersect into systems of power and oppression. The series hopes to create an introduction to identity exploration and an understanding of the way in which someone’s identity helps shape how they move through the world and…
Evan Nave to defend dissertation.
Luke Lampo to defend thesis.
Michael Shier to defend dissertation.
Meetings take place at Wittenberg Lutheran Center, 201 South Main Street in Normal, at the corner of College Avenue and Main Street. For information or directions call Bob at 309-434-0056.
All Xi Pi Chapter members, Sigma Theta Tau members and current inductees are invited.
Illinois State University and Illinois Wesleyan University will co-host the Adlai E. Stevenson Memorial Lecture Series. Felipe Calderón, former president of Mexico, will address aspects of climate change in tribute to Stevenson’s 1965 path-breaking speech on issues relevant to the environment.