Data security is increasingly an important concern of businesses and individuals and the UIS Computer Science Department has an annual conference on the topic. This year’s conference will feature flash storage and the cloud and how you can protect yourself.
Lowder Governmental Solutions, in business for just a year and led by UIS alumnus John Lowder, is offering internship opportunities (PDF) for UIS students. You probably wouldn’t believed how many places in the region have made similar opportunities. See this list of featured employees that is part of the UIS Applied Study Term.
Dozens of UIS students organized themselves to take part in the downtown Springfield Holiday Walk on December 11, 2013. This was part of the effort by student leaders this year to make themselves more visible as the UIS student body downtown and around the city.
Several institutions are teaming up again to host the 2014 Springfield Collegiate Career Fair at UIS from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, February 14. The fair is an annual event hosted by the career development offices at the UIS, Benedictine University at Springfield, Robert Morris University, Lincoln Land Community College, and ITT Technical Institute…. Read More »
UIS recognized scholarship donors during the annual Scholarship Luncheon on October 23, 2013. More than 250 people attended; for many of the donors it was their first time meeting the students they support. Related links: More information about scholarships
We’re very pleased that UIS students helped to collect 11,147 pounds of food for the Central Illinois Foodbank on Halloween night this year – and just as grateful that the community responded so well to our students’ Trick or Treating for Canned Goods. Thanks to all.
After three years of planning, petitions, and meetings, UIS students have welcomed a group of Greek sororities and fraternities. Two fraternities are currently on campus: Chapter Upsilon Xi of Alpha Phi Alpha and Chapter Mu Eta of Phi Beta Sigma, with more to come.
Chancellor Koch writes a monthly column for the Springfield newspaper. In December 2012, she wrote about three exceptional international students – one from India, one from China, and one from Turkey. She noted that these students help to shape the Springfield community with a global perspective. Related links: List of Chancellor Koch’s articles and messages… Read More »
It’s not a recent phenomenon for UIS to be offering more and more opportunities to study abroad. In 2005, the Global Experience Program signed new student exchange agreements with universities in Mexico, Japan, and Australia. Related links: Most recent information about Study Abroad
With UIS’s international student population growing, the local newspaper featured our students. Since that article was published, the number of international students has continued to grow. It’s nice for these students to get local recognition.