Natalie Noble and Brandon Snowden, UIS seniors and communication majors, record students playing video games in the Student Life Building as part of an assignment for their Visual Storytelling and Reporting course, taught by Professor Ann Strahle.UIS Feature: Place Your Bid
The UIS Visual Arts Gallery is hosting its 2013 Silent Auction Benefit and the public is invited. Pieces were donated by a wide range of visual artists, local and beyond. Bidding has started and will continue until the closing reception on December 12th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. All proceeds support future programming at the Visual Arts Gallery.UIS Feature: Connecting with the Community
Professor Dorine Brand teaches in the UIS Department of Public Health. Her interests include developing behavioral strategies and implementing health promotion activities to improve health outcomes among minorities. She partners with faith-based organizations to facilitate health programming within the African American community in Springfield.
Scholarships available for 2014-15
The Institutional Scholarship Application for the 2014-15 academic...
Basketball hosts City of Springfield Day
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Koch: Scholarship Impact at UIS
Chancellor Susan Koch discusses the importance of scholarships in a...
UIS explores possible nickname change
We’re seeking feedback about possibly changing the Prairie Stars...
Relax Before Finals Week
For students and staff, relax...
Campus Planning and Budget Committee Meeting
Last LGBTea Weekly Session for the Semester...
A comfortable, accepting,...
UIS Camerata Musicians Perform at UIS Visual...
UIS Camerata Musicians will...
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Campus Senate Meeting
Jamaal Hollins never planned on becoming a leader, but that changed when he got involved at the University of Illinois Springfield. Now the computer science major is the UIS student representative to the University of Illinois Board of Trustees. He’s also involved with the UIS Campus Senate, and an ex officio member of the Student Government Association. Read more »
A thousand ways that UIS is connected to the community.