Renew your Illinois driver's licenses and purchase vehicle license plate stickers without leaving campus on Tuesday, August 29, 2017.
Health Promotion and Wellness offers massage services conveniently right on campus with a licensed massage therapist in 153 McCormick Hall. Fees are $15 for a 15-minute massage. Patrons should pay the massage therapist directly at the time of service. Check, cash, and credit/debit cards are accepted forms of payment. Appointments are required. Multiple appointments can be booked back to back for a longer massage.
The Wellness Gazebo is a portable gazebo that provides health and wellness information to Illinois State students, faculty, and staff. Condoms and quit smoking kits are available for FREE, along with other resources and giveaways. The gazebo is located on campus each week, usually on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The Wellness Gazebo is staffed by trained Illinois State University peer educators, the Student Wellness Ambassador Team (SWAT). SWAT is a registered student organization open to any students interested in health…
Balanced Bellies and Backs focuses on strengthening the abdominal and increasing the flexibility of the back. Lifestyle Enhancement classes are taught by certified, experienced instructors and concentrate on functional health, relaxation, and maintenance of a healthy spine throughout life. These classes may appeal to those with low back discomfort, chronic health conditions, or those who wish to reduce stress levels. There is a fee associated with participation in most classes and activities. Please find registration forms here.
Amanda Ross will present her work on “Home Equity and the Timing of Claiming Social Security Retirement Income" to the Economics Department on September 25, 2018 in STV 348 from 12:30-1:45 p.m.
Transform how you take and share notes with Microsoft OneNote. Unlike a word processor, OneNote allows you to easily include images, videos, and audio clips anywhere on the page. Organize information into virtual notebooks that can be shared across all your devices and with others. This workshop shows you the basic features of OneNote, how to navigate the interface, and how to synchronize OneNote across mobile devices.
Starting the week of August 27 through November 30, the Julia N. Visor Academic Center tutors are available for 30-minute appointments on a first come/first served basis.
(Physics Lecture Series) University of Missouri, Department of Physics and Astronomy "Nanoporous materials for hydrogen and natural gas storage: observation of adsorption-induced structural changes via in situ neutron scattering" The search for cleaner alternatives to gasoline or diesel to power automobiles is one of the great challenges of the XXI century. Although battery-powered vehicles are very promising options, the use of hydrogen or natural gas may be advantageous by offering much faster fill-up times and longer driving range; efforts to…
This class focuses on the traditional practice of hatha yoga and is open to people of all levels of practice. Lifestyle Enhancement classes are taught by certified, experienced instructors and concentrate on functional health, relaxation, and maintenance of a healthy spine throughout life. These classes may appeal to those with low back discomfort, chronic health conditions, or those who wish to reduce stress levels. There is a fee associated with participation in most classes and activities. Please find registration forms here.
Sober Redbirds endeavors to provide an encouraging and inclusive environment for students in recovery, students who choose to live a substance free lifestyle, students who are advocates/allies of these two groups, and students who want to engage in more sober socializing and can support those who are sober. Celebrate National Recovery Month by sharing stories of recovery and hope for those who are still suffering, and making cards for people newly entering recovery. This event will be held at 304…