UIS’ Innovate Springfield and Illini Angels to conduct workshop on angel investing

WHAT: Innovate Springfield, the University of Illinois Springfield’s downtown business incubator, will partner with Illini Angels to present an educational workshop on angel investing. Angel investing involves individuals providing financial support to early-stage startups in exchange for equity, aiming for a return on investment as the company grows.

WHEN: 3-5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13

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The UIS Visual Arts Gallery presents “Consider a Disappearance,” a solo exhibition by Ruby Que

The University of Illinois Springfield Visual Arts Gallery is pleased to present “Consider a Disappearance,” an exhibition by Chicago-based artist and experimental filmmaker Ruby Que. “Consider a Disappearance” will open on Monday, Feb. 12 and run through Thursday, March 7. An opening reception will be held at the gallery from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 15.

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New UIS Sangamon Experience exhibit tells the history of underrepresented people in central Illinois

“The Struggle for Change,” a new exhibit by the University of Illinois Springfield’s Sangamon Experience, will tell the history of underrepresented people in central Illinois when it opens on Jan. 12 on the lower level of the UIS Public Affairs Center. The exhibition will run through Sept. 6.

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UIS’ Innovate Springfield to host a discussion on “The Next Technology Revolution”

WHAT: Innovate Springfield, the University of Illinois Springfield’s downtown business incubator, and the Community Foundation for the Land of Lincoln will present a conversation on “The Next Technology Revolution” with Springfield native Cully Davis, vice chairman for equity private markets at Jeffries.

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Former U.S. Ambassador Charles Ray to speak at UIS

WHAT: The University of Illinois Springfield will host former U.S. Ambassador Charles Ray who will speak about a new report, “Blueprints for a More Modern U.S. Diplomatic Service.” The report includes recommendations on ways the United States can improve its diplomacy. The program is sponsored by the UIS School of Politics and International Affairs and the World Affairs Council of Central Illinois. The event is open to the public.

WHEN: 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25

WHERE: UIS Public Affairs Center, Third Floor, Room 3F

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