Assistant Professor of Education Dr. Ngozi Onuora finds herself most at home surrounded by the imagination and creativity of children’s literature. In the latest edition of “Zooming In,” Professor O shares a look inside her Shilling Hall office and reads one of her favorite books.
Winter 2014-15 Digital Issue Articles
Clucking, crowing and braying had featured billing at last spring’s performance of Saint-Seans’ “Carnival of the Animals,” a family concert given by the Millikin-Decatur Symphony Orchestra.
On the outside, MU’s 3D arts building looks like an unassuming warehouse. Step inside, however, and it becomes clear that this is no ordinary warehouse full of pallets and boxes but instead a warehouse for ideas.
A normal day at work for Mary Ellis Barnes ’09 can include being followed by a penguin named Chief, his neck up and wings outstretched, begging for his favorite snack of trout.
With less than four months remaining in Millikin University's $85 million "Transform MU" capital campaign (TMU), university officials unveiled architectural renderings of the new University Commons, one of the campaign's three building projects. A groundbreaking for the 87,000-square-foot facility is scheduled for November, with construction expected to be in full swing in early 2016 and completion prior to the start of the fall 2017 semester.
Campus News: Here's the dirt on the Frank M. Lindsay Field updates.
An hour of a student’s time to play with a furry friend may seem inconsequential, but the benefits reaped by both animal and student are significant.