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Company Overview of Illinois State University
Illinois State University is an educational Institution that offers undergraduate and graduate programs. It offers courses in African studies; anthropology teacher education; business administration; chemistry; computer science; East Asian studies; geography; history; and psychology. The university was founded in 1857 and is based in Normal, Illinois.
100 North University Street
Normal, IL 61761
Founded in 1857
Key Executives for Illinois State University
Interim Director of Gamma Phi Circus
Vice President of Finance and Planning
Assistant Vice President of Human Resources
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Illinois State University Key Developments
Illinois State University, Annual General Meeting, May 06, 2016
Apr 10 16
Illinois State University, Annual General Meeting, May 06, 2016.
Construction Management Program Appoints Joseph Koppers to its Advisory Board
Jan 4 16
The Director of Field Operations and Quality Assurance of Bulley & Andrews, Joseph Koppers was recently appointed to the Advisory Board of the Construction Management Program at Illinois State University's Department of Technology. As a member of the Advisory Board, Mr. Koppers will assist the construction faculty in developing appropriate programs and practices for preparing students to enter the construction industry. The board is also responsible for facilitating cooperation and communication between the university and the public, organizations, businesses and industries within the region. Mr. Koppers has been with Bulley & Andrews since 1997 and is responsible for leading and coordinating all of the firm's field efforts.
Illinois State University's Board of Trustees Approves Start of Bone Student Center Project
May 8 15
Illinois State University announced that its Board of Trustees gave approval for construction to begin on the first phase of a Bone Student Center revitalization project. The cost of the $32.9 million project will be covered primarily with reserve funds. The first phase of the revitalization project includes relocating the catering kitchen from the second floor to the first floor, redesigning the loading dock on the north side of the building, renovating the vacated second floor catering kitchen space to accommodate an expanded food court and Student Involvement Center, improving entrances on the building's west side, constructing a new entrance for access from the visitor parking lot, installing moveable dividing walls in the Brown Ballroom and constructing a foyer/reception area attached to the ballroom. Other projects include development of space for Campus Dining Services administrative offices, the construction of a welcome center to provide services for visitors and students, and the relocation of the Barnes and Noble Bookstore from the second floor to the first floor. Funding for the project will come from reserve funds in Campus Dining and the Bone Student Center, proceeds from a new future bond issue, and funds from the Dean of Students Office. No new student fees or increase in existing student fees will be necessary to pay for new bonds issued for the project.
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