Several Speaker Series events are available on Video on Demand.
On occasion a Speaker Series event is available as a Live Webcast.
- Recognize the social responsibility of the individual within a
- Practice awareness of and respect for the diversity of cultures
and peoples in this country and in the world.
- Reflect on the ways involvement, leadership, and respect for community
occur at the local, regional, national, or international levels.
- Identify how economic, political, and social systems operate now
and have operated in the past.
- Engage in open-minded and ethical decision-making and action.
- Distinguish the possibilities and limitations of social change.
Students, faculty, students, student organizations, community members and community organizations are invited to suggest a speaker or event. Partnership opportunities are also available.
A link to the ECCE Speaker Series proposal form is listed below. All ECCE Speaker Series proposals are reviewed by the UIS General Education Council for applicability to the ECCE curriculum and learning outcomes.
- ECCE Proposal
Form Instructions (pdf)
Speaker Series Proposal Form (doc)
for Speakers (pdf)
Note to visitors about parking: There is a risk for a parking ticket if you do not park in the right places. Here is a link to the parking website showing where visitors can park. If you do get a ticket take it to the Bursar’s Office in the first floor of PAC and they will nullify it for you.
For questions about the Speaker Series, please contact Kimberly Craig at 217-206-6245 or email@example.com.
ECCE Speaker Series students planting trees at Southwind Park as part of the Summer 2009 Series. (June 26, 2009)