Inclusion & Student Engagement Articles
Millikin University's Office of Inclusion and Student Engagement, Career Center and Alumni & Development Center hosted a brand new senior workshop in February designed to get students ready for life after Millikin called Adulting 101.
Civic Discourse Week to feature speakers A.D. Carson '04 and Nic Stone
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.
Women's History Month celebrated at Millikin
In recognition of Women's History Month, Millikin University will host several events throughout the month of March that cover a number of topics and issues.
Millikin University receives $10,000 grant from Ameren Illinois
Millikin University has received a $10,000 grant from Ameren Illinois to support the launch of a new Academic Diversity & Inclusion Grant Program (ADIG). The program will provide resources to support fresh, innovative programming ideas that foster diversity and inclusion among the academic disciplines at Millikin University.
Faculty presenters highlight Millikin's celebration of Black History Month
Millikin University will commemorate Black History Month by hosting a series of events throughout the month of February.
Millikin students help renovate Lincoln Trail Homestead
Student-athletes from the Millikin University Softball team recently engaged in a service opportunity by helping make repairs at Lincoln Trail Homestead State Park on Saturday, Dec. 3.
Every year, Millikin University invites international students on campus to share their culture and to represent their country during Millikin's International Month Festival. The campus community has the opportunity to discover world cultures and hear from people of other nations.
Alumni return for Millikin Homecoming festivities
Alumni and friends of Millikin University returned to campus to join the celebration of Millikin's 101st Homecoming Sept. 30 – Oct. 2. Millikin's 2016 Homecoming celebration began with a full week of activities starting with the Homecoming Kickoff Carnival on the Dr. and Mrs. J. Roger Miller Centennial Quad, featuring games, food and live music.
As part of its annual celebration of International and Hispanic Heritage Month, Millikin University International Fellowship students shared their recent study abroad experiences during an event on Sept. 22 in Lower Richards Treat University Center.