Zoom-unions and social wellness

For the past six months everyone across the globe has been encouraged to maintain six feet of physical separation. That separation has come with a host of impacts, good and bad. A promising new direction for alumni engagement has grown out of the new ways we connect with others.

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Impact of the Will to Succeed Award on future orchestra teacher

Nyder was born with a rare disease called Multiple Hereditary Exostosis, which causes painful tumors on her bones. The tumors and related deformities decrease Nyder’s mobility, making it difficult for her to access a complete range of sounds using traditional instruments. The Will to Succeed Scholarship Nyder received has brought her one step closer to achieving her goal.

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Doctoral alum’s monument is at the center of the movement for racial equality in NYC

As modern-day foot soldiers march in the biggest city of a nation they believe has not always delivered the same promises to certain groups of people, they often gather at the site created by an Illinois State doctoral alum.

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Take the path to financial success through this webinar

Join Redbird Mark Dunaway ’84 for a virtual event that will identify practical approaches for success in managing personal finances.