Nonprofit Sector

151 Local Women in Communications hear of UIS priorities

Chancellor Koch provided the local Women in Communications group with an inside perspective of the UIS “Leadership lived” campaign and the four attributes – or promises — that go into the campaign. Then the chancellor blogged about it.

150 Hundreds of students work in local internships

Many UIS students are beginning or continuing real-world experiences in internships as the new academic year gets under way. If you’re in the community looking for an intern, you might want to start by checking out the Applied Study Term Program or the Career Development Center.

149 You’re invited to the fall film series

Four films, including two that were nominated for best picture at the Academy Awards, are part of the fall Foreign and Independent Film Series at UIS. Showtimes are 7 p.m. in Brookens Auditorium on campus.

148 Involvement Expo attracts businesses, agencies

Community agencies and local businesses always show up for the annual Involvement Expo, which takes place during Welcome Week at the beginning of each academic year. Here is a brief video from the 2011 event. The 2013 event is August 28 from 4-6 p.m. Here is a list of all UIS calendars and upcoming events.

144 Looking for grant money? Our library can help

You can access a rich resource of information about grants and other nonprofit resources at the Central Illinois Nonprofit Resource Center (CINRC) in Brookens Library. The center is linked to a national center that was founded in 1956; it serves grant seekers, grant makers, researchers, policymakers, the media, and the general public.

140 Where you can contract for professional survey research

Are you in need of survey research about a particular topic? The Survey Research Office at UIS is designed to meet the research needs of organizations, nonprofits, government agencies, University departments, and faculty members. It offers credibility and objectivity. Here is a partial list of projects.

135 Doris Kearns Goodwin speaks in Sangamon Auditorium

Pulitzer-Prize winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin, author of Team of Rivals, spoke in a packed Sangamon Auditorium as part of the Jim Edgar Lecture Series, a program of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum. What a privilege for UIS to collaborate with the Lincoln institutions located in Springfield.