An annual survey conducted by the UIS Survey Research Office shows Sangamon County employers are not expecting big changes in the employment rate in Sangamon County. Results were released in November at UIS at the local Chamber of Commerce’s annual Economic Outlook Breakfast. Related links: Read the full report (PDF)
UIS has experts and authors in too many areas to put into one list, and many of these people are happy to donate their time to speak to local groups. The list of Experts and Speakers is in one convenient place.
The campus is closer than you think. Associate Chancellor Ed Wojcicki hears all too often that UIS feels too far away from many places in Springfield. He believes it’s not so, and it’s his mission to get people to stop talking that way. Related links: The UIS Community blog A thousand ways we’re connected to… Read More »
Continuing Education at the University of Illinois Springfield is designed to help you develop new skills, update existing skills, discover new interests, or simply have fun. They are high quality at an affordable price –taught by professors and working professionals. Here are the upcoming webinars.
Want to meet young professionals? Many UIS alumni are active in The Young Springfield Professionals Network (YSPN), which provides opportunities to network with your peers through various social, community service and networking events. Related links: Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce UIS Alumni Association
The “Foot in the Door” Career Fair has transitioned from a part-time job fair to a major career fair. More than 100 recruiters will be at the career fair Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. Students will be able to connect with employers about full-time positions, part-time jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities. Alumni are also welcome.
Moms and dads and grandmas and siblings will be heading to the UIS campus October 4-6 for Family Weekend, one of the activities of Student Life. They are encouraged to wear “UIS blue” when they’re in Springfield to bring greater visibility to the state capital university. Apparel can be ordered from the UIS Bookstore. Related… Read More »
Every UIS student and employee has an identification card called and i-card, and they’re fortunate to be eligible for discounts called “i-card perk$” from a number of local merchants. See the list of participating merchants. These are popular with students. Related links: Information for merchants interested in participating
UIS hosted its annual Welcome Week Involvement Expo in an effort to get students active. The expo featured more than 140 student organizations, clubs, community groups, and businesses.
If you’re wondering what UIS is all about, we summarize it with four core promises: UIS is teaching-focused, has an abundance of opportunities to collaborate, has a supportive community that is just the right size, and has a tradition of educating public servants and other leaders. Related links: The UIS brand: Leadership lived