UIS Feature: Enjoy Your Break

Have a safe and enjoyable winter break. Spring semester at the University of Illinois Springfield begins on Tuesday, January 20, 2015.

UIS Feature: Coffee Hour

Participants in the last English as a Second Language Coffee Hour of the semester filled the lower study area of Brookens Library to enjoy holiday cookies and practice speaking English. The Coffee Hour takes place throughout the academic year, and provides an opportunity for cultural exchange in the UIS community.

UIS Feature: Fashion and Business

Dr. Shipra Gupta is an Assistant Professor of Marketing in the business administration program at UIS. Her research interests include Fashion Marketing, Sustainable Consumption, Retail Management, and Gender and Public Policy Issues. Currently, she teaches Research Methods for Marketing, Retailing and Merchandising, and International Marketing at UIS.

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