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Beautiful Campus: UIS Sculptures

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Leadership lived

Before coming to the University of Illinois Springfield, Caleb Froidcoeur admits he wasn’t passionate about the environment. He is now a Campus Sustainability Projects Coordinator taking project ideas, like refillable water bottle stations and low emission vehicle (LEV) parking spaces, from the drawing board to reality. 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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Elizabeth Kelly

Elizabeth Kelly

UIS Degrees: B.S. 2014 (Political Science and Legal Studies)

Current Position: Associate Attorney at Tueth, Keeney, Cooper, Mohan & Jackstadt

Alimyon Allen

Alimyon Allen

UIS Degrees: B.A. 2014 (Political Science)

Current Position: Staff Assistant, United States Senate: Office of Richard J. Durbin

Dewey Detmers

Dewey Detmers

UIS Degrees: MBA 2011 (Business Management)

Current Position: Director of Voice Services, Windstream Communications

Sheri Hall

Sheri Hall

UIS Degrees: M.A. 2016 (Educational Leadership)

Current Position: Head of School, Vail Christian Academy

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“To have local, state, and federal sites all within a small radius is uncommon,” he says, “and it creates an opportunity for faculty and students to have unparalleled access to a variety of important historical sites and information.”

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