WHAT: The Illinois Innocence Project, based at the University of Illinois Springfield, will host the 8th annual Defenders of the Innocent event. The program includes two guest speakers and an awards presentation. WHEN: Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. WHERE: Erin’s Pavilion at Southwind Park, 4965 S. 2nd Street, Springfield DETAILS: Featured speakers Jennifer Thompson and...
Global Studies major Hannah Cave was elected Student Representative to the University of Illinois Board of Trustees in April 2014. As the University of Illinois Springfield Student Trustee, Cave serves as an advocate for students making sure their voices are heard when it comes to university policy. She works alongside board members appointed by the governor and the president and chancellors of the three U of I campuses. On campus, she is also a resident assistant. Following graduation, Cave wants to be a middle school or high school social studies teacher or possibly work in higher education student affairs.
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