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237 History professor in Civil War fashion show

Dr. Holly Kent, a professor of history at UIS, wore traditional mourning dress from the Civil War period and participated in the Civil War Fashion Show at the Springfield Art Association, and Chancellor Koch blogged about this. Related links: Holly Kent featured on Flickr photo

236 UIS featured in the news 150+ times a month

UIS students and faculty get mentioned in news outlets in the state of Illinois more than 150 times a month, and we do our best to keep track of them. Related links: For more information, contact Blake Wood Visit the UIS Newsroom online

235 Student columnist advocates exploring downtown Springfield

UIS Journal columnist Brittany Henderson writes about some places in downtown Springfield that students ought to visit.

232 Star parties resume in April 2014

The popular Friday Night Star Parties resume in April 2014. Those dates include: April 4, 11, 18, and 25. Friday Night Star Parties are held from 8 to 10 p.m., weather permitting, at the UIS observatory on the roof of Brookens Library. Related links: More info about the star parties

231 Helping girls learn about technology

The Tracy Family Foundation, representing over 60 members of the Tracy Family, has given $15,000 in support of Girl Tech, a technology day camp for middle school girls. Related links: Girl Tech news from 2010

230 Black History Month has great variety of programs

UIS observes Black History Month with many programs and speakers. These events draw students, staff, faculty and people from the community.

227 WUIS is high point of community connections for UIS

Chancellor Koch wrote in her UIS Perspectives column in the Springfield State Journal-Register is the community’s NPR station, WUIS, which is located on the UIS campus. It is a highly popular radio station in the capital city. Related links: Other published messages from the chancellor Chancellor Koch’s blog

222 UIS expert gets noticed on Beatles’ 50th anniversary

Michael Cheney, professor of communication, got a lot of attention recently because of his expertise on the Beatles. He teaches a course called, “The Beatles: Popular Music and Society.” He described the Beatles’ appearance on the “The Ed Sullivan Show” as a tipping point on how music and youth culture would evolve in this country…. Read More »

218 Local businesses offer internship opportunities

Lowder Governmental Solutions, in business for just a year and led by UIS alumnus John Lowder, is offering internship opportunities (PDF) for UIS students. You probably wouldn’t believed how many places in the region have made similar opportunities. See this list of featured employees that is part of the UIS Applied Study Term.

217 UIS is the place for holiday, Christmas concerts

Thousands of people made their way to the UIS Sangamon Auditorium for two great shows this fall: the Illinois Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Pops and the Mannheim Steamroller Christmas concert. Don’t take it for granted that Springfield has this cultural jewel on the UIS campus. Related links: Illinois Symphony Orchestra Mannheim Steamroller

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