Results from the 2015 Faculty and Staff Campaign (Scroll down for Job Opening)
During the 2015 Faculty and Staff Campaign, which celebrated and encouraged giving by faculty and staff at UIS, 45.7% of all UIS employees made a gift to UIS. That means a total of 334 individual donors supported 125 funds with $144,996.
Thank you! Those are impressive numbers.
The 2015 Campaign Council chose a great theme for the campaign: Put Yourself in the Picture. During the month of March, beginning with a fantastic Kickoff on Tuesday, March 3, UIS employees had opportunities to show why they give to UIS, and UIS departments and programs explained how involved donors can make a difference.
Job Opening: Director of Development in the Office of Advancement
Representative who plans strategies and actively seeks major gifts for the benefit of the University of Illinois at Springfield. The position’s emphasis is on identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of major gift donors and prospects. The individual is expected to develop and manage a caseload of approximately 150 prospects and have 15 or more face-to-face donor visits or other significant donor contacts per month.Category: Academic ProfessionalLocation: Springfield
- Lynn Slightom Joins the UIS Office of Advancement
- Tom Turpin Joins UIS Office of Advancement as Gift Officer
- UIS Alumni Relations joins Office of Development; Effective July 1, 2015, Office of Development becomes the Office of Advancement
- Pamela McClelland receives 2015 William E. Winter Award for Outstanding Advocate Leadership at UIS
- UIS announces $2.4M raised for Student Union
- Faculty and Staff Set Record
- James J. Pancrazio Scholarship Fund Now Endowed
- UIS Athletics Welcomes Paul Kabbes, Associate Director for External Operations
- China Exchange Program fund honors retired professor Dr. Stephen Schwark
- Joan Buckles Retires
- Moy Fund Generates Inaugural Grants
- Bank of Springfield Gift Boosts Momentum for UIS Athletics.
- Access Illinois Scholarship Initiative: Providing Access to Students in Need
- Prairie Stars Institutes a New Booster Club: The STARS Club