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Leadership lived

Growing up in the Chicago-area Navie Fields says he didn’t have many male role models. Now, he’s trying to change that for the next generation of young men by volunteering and serving as president of the Black Male Collegiate Society at the University of Illinois Springfield. Read more »

Class of 2017 Report

719

Baccalaureate degrees conferred

476

Graduating class for whom an outcomes destination is known

264

Working full-time or part-time

161

Continuing education at national or regional university

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Kaleigh (Friend) Moore

Kaleigh (Friend) Moore

UIS Degrees: B.A. 2011 (Communication)

Current Position: Business owner/writer – Lumen Ventures LLC

Sarah Beth Ayers

Sarah Beth Ayers

UIS Degrees: B.A. 2011 (Visual Arts), M.P.A. 2016 (Public Administration)

Current Position: Community Manager for Innovate Springfield

Bob Vitale

Bob Vitale

UIS Degrees: M.A. 1992 (Public Affairs Reporting)

Current Position: Editor of Prizm

Emily Jankauski

Emily Jankauski

UIS Degrees: M.A. 2016 (Communication)

Current Position: Editor of the Mahomet Citizen

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Diverse Community

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Engaged Citizenship

A Tradition of Educating Public Servants and Leaders

Student Union

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From the Source

“As an undergraduate,” says Dr. Kent, “I attended a small liberal arts college and I’ve appreciated being part of a similar faculty here that invests in young scholars. We’re encouraged to innovate and I enjoy introducing students to things that make them feel productively uncomfortable.”

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