College of Professional Studies Articles
Future teacher is finding her path by practicing
Jacquelynn Ruot always wanted to become a teacher. The senior early childhood education major from Niantic, Ill., hopes to teach preschool after she graduates from Millikin University, and she is taking all the necessary steps to prepare for her career by practicing in a real-world setting.
Millikin to host public health scholar for 2018-19 Academic Year
Millikin University has been awarded a U.S host institution grant to host a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence during the 2018-2019 academic year. Millikin will host a public health scholar from Namibia or Botswana to increase student and faculty knowledge and understanding of public health issues and policy in sub-Saharan Africa.
Millikin alumnus A.D. Carson focuses on transformative musical and cultural force in America
The first "Hip-Hop Professor" in University of Virginia history, 2004 Millikin University graduate A.D. Carson is a scholar focusing on the transformative musical and cultural force in America and around the world.
Brothers Win Big by Losing Together
Hogwarts, Harry and The Issues That Must Not Be Named
Nutrition course emphasizes cooking at home, reading labels
Dr. Tina Cloney, associate professor of health and nutrition at Millikin University, and Brian Pehr, executive chef for dining services at Millikin's University Commons, are teaching Baby TALK Head Start's nutrition class every Wednesday this fall.
Tomorrow's Teachers learn best practices at Millikin Conference
Students from around Illinois, aspiring to become teachers, had the opportunity to learn about the education field during the 4th annual Tomorrow's Teachers Conference hosted by the Millikin University School of Education on Oct. 26 on Millikin's campus.
Nursing doctorate program underway at Millikin
Millikin University's School of Nursing offers the opportunity for the Professional Registered Nurse who holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), or is prepared at the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) level as an Advanced Practice Nurse, to complete the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP).