Events for Tuesday, November 10th 2020
The Lifestyle Enhancement Balanced Bellies and Backs classes support staff and faculty of ISU, their spouses/partners, retirees of ISU and ISU Alums. Aimed at the care of a healthy spine, this class focuses on maintaining flexibility and strengthening the CORE. Instructor: Michelle Klunke, BA, certified instructor and has been teaching for Wellness at Illinois State since…
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Get an introduction to Nearpod. This learning tool allows you to empower students, track attendance, distribute learning resources, and check the pulse of your class with ongoing formative assessments in all learning scenarios. Facilitate learning in large lectures, small seminars or in a flipped classroom model for next-level engagement. Bring teaching resources you already have…
Unsure about a major or career path? Attend Career Chats to explore your options with representatives from the arts, communication, design, media, financial services, consulting, management, and sales industries.
Join Leadership Education and Development (LEAD), a unit of the Dean of Students Office, for our weekly leadership chat with complimentary tea and snacks every Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the Student Involvement Center, located on the second floor of the Bone Student Center. Each week participants can expect an array of hot tea and…
Dr. Kalita is a professor of agricultural and biological engineering and the director of the Appropriate Scale Mechanization Consortium at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has been a presidential fellow of the University of Illinois and previously served as the director of the ADM Institute, associate dean for academic programs, and assistant dean…
Unsure about a major or career path? Attend Career Chats to explore your options with representatives from food, agriculture, environment, natural resources, healthcare, wellness, recreation, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
The Body Project encourages female college students to embrace the healthy ideal and improve body satisfaction. The program helps participants challenge unrealistic cultural messages and stereotypes about appearance and the “ideal” female body. Participants will leave this training with skills to promote body acceptance of diverse body shapes and sizes, counter negative appearance talk in…
Unsure about a major or career path? Attend Career Chats to explore your options with representatives from education, non-profit, social services, government, and law.
For additional information contact Dr. Adriana Ransom (309)438-8009