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Schroeder Hall

Location:
Schroeder Hall 403 W. College Avenue
Normal, IL

Schroeder Hall is home to the Department of Criminal Justice Sciences, the Department of History, the Department of Sciology/Anthropology, and the Department of Politics and Government. The building contatins 49 classrooms and office space for 89 faculty members.

Schroeder Hall opened in 1957 and was named after Herman Schroeder, Dean of Illinois State from 1928-46. Schroeder was also a Professor of Education and Psychology and was acting President for a short period of time in 1930 when David Felmley fell ill. Schroeder joined Illinois State as a professor in 1913. He prided himself on being thrifty, prompt, and accurate. The clock on the side of Schroeder Hall was dedicated to John F. Kennedy shortly after his assassination in 1963. In 1964, a $900,000 addition was also added to Schroeder Hall.

Upcoming Events

October 2017

A Primer on Fair Trade

Date:
Wednesday, October 25th
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

An International Fair Trade discussion with expert speakers Cristina Liberati of the Grant Projects Manager at Equal Exchange, Jose David Contreras Monjaras of ACOPAGRO, and Zara Elizabeth Saavedra Gomez, the Cacao Quality Specialist for Equal Exchange's USAID CDP Project.

November 2017

Germany/Poland Study Abroad Information Session

Date:
Wednesday, November 1st
Time:
8:45 am - 9:45 am

This is an information session for students who are interested in a study abroad program in Germany and Poland. During this trip, students will be exposed to: Social conditions in Germany that supported the rise of Nazi Germany Political and social events that allowed for social movements The rationale for the Nazi extermination of subgroups of society The aftermath of genocide The program will also include tours of concentration camps and major historical sites.

Germany/Poland Study Abroad Information Session

Date:
Wednesday, November 1st
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

This is an information session for students who are interested in a study abroad program in Germany and Poland. During this trip, students will be exposed to: Social conditions in Germany that supported the rise of Nazi Germany Political and social events that allowed for social movements The rationale for the Nazi extermination of subgroups of society The aftermath of genocide The program will also include tours of concentration camps and major historical sites.

Germany/Poland Study Abroad Information Session

Date:
Wednesday, November 1st
Time:
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

This is an information session for students who are interested in a study abroad program in Germany and Poland. During this trip, students will be exposed to: Social conditions in Germany that supported the rise of Nazi Germany Political and social events that allowed for social movements The rationale for the Nazi extermination of subgroups of society The aftermath of genocide The program will also include tours of concentration camps and major historical sites.

Germany/Poland Study Abroad Information Session

Date:
Tuesday, November 7th
Time:
10:00 am - 11:00 am

This is an information session for students who are interested in a study abroad program in Germany and Poland. During this trip, students will be exposed to: Social conditions in Germany that supported the rise of Nazi Germany Political and social events that allowed for social movements The rationale for the Nazi extermination of subgroups of society The aftermath of genocide The program will also include tours of concentration camps and major historical sites.

Germany/Poland Study Abroad Information Session

Date:
Tuesday, November 7th
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is an information session for students who are interested in a study abroad program in Germany and Poland. During this trip, students will be exposed to: Social conditions in Germany that supported the rise of Nazi Germany Political and social events that allowed for social movements The rationale for the Nazi extermination of subgroups of society The aftermath of genocide The program will also include tours of concentration camps and major historical sites.