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UIS Feature: Educational leadership

Professor Leonard Bogle spent 34 years working in public education, including time as a middle and elementary school principal, before joining the department of Educational Leadership at UIS. His research interests include blended learning and the use of technology to enhance online and face-to-face instruction.

UIS Feature: 10 Paper Cranes for Healing the Violence

Sophomore Tabbitha Medina (left) helps senior Megan Bott create an origami paper crane at the UIS Women’s Center. Students gathered at the center to create the origami pieces for an art project called l0 Paper Cranes for Healing the Violence; the strands of paper cranes will be displayed during Take Back the Night on April 25th.

UIS Feature: Annual StARS Symposium

UIS senior Erich O’Connor, managing editor of the university’s literary magazine, The Alchemist Review, presents the 2014 edition of the magazine during the start of the annual UIS Student Arts & Research Symposium. The opening events included readings by writers featured in the magazine, and musical performances by students and faculty.

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Springfest Scavenger Hunt 2014A total of 34 teams competed in the annual UIS Springfest Scavenger Hunt on April 14, 2014. They were given an hour to find 200 items on campus. Springfest is one of the longest running student traditions on campus, which started in 1992.Featured Video: Springfest Scavenger Hunt 2014Leadership lived: Tyler GanskyTyler Gansky knew there was a demand for a food delivery service in Springfield, so he took matters into his own hands. The University of Illinois Springfield business administration major started his own business called Abe's Takeout. He hired his own employees and contracted with 20 different...Featured Video: Leadership lived: Tyler Gansky

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Michelle TumaMichelle Tuma loves to apply what she’s learning in the classroom. At the University of Illinois Springfield, she’s been given that opportunity. The political science and legal studies major is an intern with the Illinois Innocence Project where she’s working to help overturn the convictions of people she believes were wrongly convicted. Read more »