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Success by Design: Internship Adds to Graphic Communication Repertoire for New WIU Alumna

What experiences in an internship can help make it “awesome” for a college student?

Just ask Macomb native and brand new Western Illinois University alumna Mariah Bartz. 838 more words


The Finish Line

For the last three years I have been taking courses from Southern New Hampshire University in pursuit of a Masters Degree in Marketing. While this probably should have been motivation to blog more, I found that there would be weeks pass by without the desire to share. 516 more words

Western Illinois University researches Zika virus spread

MACOMB, Ill. (AP) — Western Illinois University students and faculty scientists are spending the summer doing research related to how Zika virus spreads from mosquitoes to humans. 106 more words


Presenting at Western Illinois University Today...

It’s GREAT to be back in Macomb! Western Illinois University is my master’s degree alma mater and it holds a special place in my heart. Whenever you return or interact with the student affairs staff at Western, you feel welcome and right at home. 90 more words


Volleyball, mission work took Willard standout to Southeast Asia

Volleyball and faith took Makenzie Bouse halfway around the globe and back.

The Willard High School graduate recently spent two weeks in the woodsy green mountains of Thailand playing volleyball and doing mission work for Athletes in Action, a ministry that uses foreign and domestic sports tours to encourage people to become Christians. 644 more words


Western Illinois votes to end four degree programs

MOLINE, Ill. (AP) — Trustees at Western Illinois University have voted to eliminate African American studies, women’s studies and two other degree programs due to poor enrollment and low graduation rates. 114 more words


Western Illinois eliminates four majors

MOLINE, Ill. (KWQC)– Western Illinois University will no longer offer certain majors which will save them money in the long run.

The board of trustees held a meeting to discuss their finances and voted unanimously to eliminate four programs including African American Studies, Women’s Studies, Religious Studies and Philosophy. 225 more words