Millikin University to host Congress to Campus
Millikin University students and central Illinois area residents will have the unique opportunity to learn from two retired members of the United States House of Representatives during a Congress to Campus event on Thursday, Sept. 21, on Millikin's campus. The Campus Congress Program is provided by The United States Association of Former Members of Congress.
Five Millikin professors named Coleman Foundation Faculty Entrepreneurship Fellows
Millikin graduate takes next step in education career
Millikin University alumnus Lyn Williams '04 was recently appointed to principal of Southeast High School in Springfield, Ill. Originally from Decatur, Ill., Williams studied political science at Millikin and had aspirations of becoming a lawyer, but an unlikely event in 2004 led to a career-changing decision.
Millikin Wire: Rob Hickey
Working a full-time job and attending school full time is no small task, but Millikin University political science major Rob Hickey has found a way to make it work.
Millikin alum becomes first Illinois National Guard Military Judge
Model Illinois Government (MIG) is a student-run simulation that gives Illinois college students the opportunity to write and debate legislation, run for elected office, and act as Illinois legislators at the state capitol complex in Springfield, Ill.
Millikin Professor appointed Chair of Illinois Historic Sites Advisory Council
Dr. Dan Monroe, associate professor and chair of the Department of History and Political Science at Millikin University, has been appointed chair of the Illinois Historic Sites Advisory Council for the 2017-2019 term. Dr. Monroe previously served on the Illinois Historic Sites Advisory Board for a three-year term, including one year as chair.
Alumni Spotlight: Klay Baynar '11
Millikin University alumnus Klay Baynar '11 always had some level of interest in becoming a lawyer, but it wasn't until he attended Millikin that he ultimately decided to pursue a career in legal work.