International student Rory Carlson chose the University of Illinois Springfield because he loved the campus, its great academic programs and wanted to play NCAA Division II men’s soccer. During the 2018 season, he tied for third among UIS Division II single-season leaders with four assists and started in 15 matches. On campus, Carlson is a member of the Capital Scholars Honors Program and the Chemistry Club.
Hometown: Rochester, IL Major: Chemistry Future Plans: Become a doctor As an undergraduate student, Chemistry major and Capital Scholars Honors Program member Ashley Hollinshead is getting to do hands-on research at the University of Illinois Springfield. She was recently chosen, along with ten other UIS students, to present her research at the University of Illinois… Ashley Hollinshead ‘17 Read More »
Hometown: Pekin, IL Major: Chemistry Future Plans: Medical school The University of Illinois Springfield was a top choice for Daniell Bennett. Between the location, small class sizes, and opportunities for involvement and networking, she says she knew it would provide everything necessary to prepare her for medical school. Chemistry plays a large role in her… Daniell Bennett ‘16 Read More »
Hometown: Pecatonica, IL Major: Chemistry Future Plans: Career in Public Health University of Illinois senior Michael Rosenberger honed his leadership skills gained through many campus activities and his work as a medical scribe for Scribe America at surrounding central Illinois hospitals. While at UIS, Rosenberger was the founding Vice President of the UIS Men’s Club… Michael Rosenberger ‘15 Read More »
Hometown: Elgin, IL Major: Chemistry Future Plans: Attend medical or graduate school Ashley loves to volunteer! At the University of Illinois Springfield, she’s a member of the Leadership for Life service organization, which gives back to the Springfield community. She’s also the Chemistry Club Treasurer, and a math lab tutor. She recently spent a summer… Ashley Bowers ’16 Read More »
Major: Chemistry Hometown: Benld, IL Career Plans: He plans to attend medical school and become a physician specializing in either oncology or pediatrics. He’s also interested in working in a medical lab doing research on curing disease. Chemistry major Dyllan Tiburzi has benefited from the personal attention he’s received from dedicated professors at the University… Dyllan Tiburzi ’14 Read More »