Brothers Calvin and Zach Fisher talk family and basketball
Calvin and Zach Fisher have a lot in common – they both play basketball, they both are business management majors, and they both attend Millikin University.
2019 Civic Discourse Week looks at "How Trauma Affects our Community: A Thoughtful Examination"
In the midst of an increasingly diverse array of perspectives, civic discourse helps demonstrate our shared responsibility to one another, our commitment to our systems and our willingness to choose to elevate the conversation.
Political science majors elected Governor and win Best Lobbyist Award
The Model Illinois Government (MIG) simulation is a unique opportunity for Millikin University students to debate on important political issues alongside students from other colleges and universities around the state. It's also an opportunity for students to work on their public speaking, parliamentary procedure, research and writing skills prior to attending the event.
Millikin Pi Beta Phi chapter centers around philanthropy and volunteer service
Pi Beta Phi is a Women's Fraternity built on the model of servant leadership. Millikin University's chapter of Pi Beta Phi is a unique group of students who are musicians, teachers, writers, performers, entrepreneurs, athletes and mentors who focus their efforts on philanthropy and volunteer service.
Teacher candidates experience first job interviews
For the last few years, we've taken an inside look at Millikin University's annual Interview Boot Camp, hosted by the Millikin School of Education, by capturing the experience as seen from faculty and alumni who coordinate the event.
Big Blue Baseball players visit local school
Student-athletes at Millikin University not only engage in Performance Learning in the classroom, but they extend that same learning process through the University's tradition of giving back to the community.
In addition to the hours spent practicing, competing and meeting their academic commitments, Big Blue student-athletes spend a number of hours serving the central Illinois community each academic year.
MU students honored for artwork and business pitch
The Self-Employment in the Arts (SEA) Conference not only celebrates the emerging visual work by students, but it helps student artists and aspiring entrepreneurs succeed by connecting them to resources through networking and workshops.
Millikin announces Fall Academic All-Conference Honorees
Millikin University, in conjunction with the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW), has announced its recipients for the Jack Swartz Award and the CCIW Academic All-Conference team for fall 2018.
Junior football linebacker Matt Brown (Champaign, Central H.S.) and senior women's soccer player Taylor Hartman (St. Anne, Herscher H.S.) were selected as the Millikin recipients of the Jack Swartz award.
Millikin's Italian language courses go beyond grammar and vocabulary
When it comes to studying modern languages at Millikin University, students are taught to master four basic skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing. The Italian courses at Millikin, like programs in Spanish and French, place heavy emphasis on understanding the language, but more importantly, learning to appreciate the culture.