May 23, 2015

 

News from Old Main

Heartland Community College, EIU Have Reverse Transfer Agreement
Heartland Community College in Normal and EIU now have a reverse transfer agreement. President Rob Widmer of Heartland and Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Blair Lord of Eastern signed the agreement Tuesday, May 19.

Reverse transfer is for students who elect to transfer from a community college to a baccalaureate degree-granting institution prior to completing their associate degree. Most likely, these students will complete the course work needed for their associate degree after transferring to the four-year institution.

Reverse transfer agreements allow those transfer students to receive the degree they have earned. Under Heartland and EIU’s agreement, EIU’s registrar will contact university students who have earned 30 or more hours from Heartland but who have not been awarded a degree. EIU will offer to transmit each student’s transcripts to Heartland at the end of each semester, at no cost to the student.

Heartland will then conduct a degree audit. If the student has met the requirements for the associate degree, HCC’s staff will award the degree, also at no cost to the student.

This is Heartland’s first reverse transfer agreement. Eastern has an additional agreement with Lake Land Community College in Mattoon.

VICKI SHAW WOODARD, Media Relations
Posted: May 21, 2015

HENDRICKSON NAMED INTERIM DEAN OF GRADUATE SCHOOL
Ryan C. Hendrickson, a professor of political science at EIU, has been chosen to serve as interim dean of the institution’s Graduate School, Research and International Programs.

The appointment goes into effect July 1, 2015. He will replace Robert Augustine, who has been appointed to a two-year term as the Council of Graduate Schools’ senior vice president.

"While Dean Augustine leaves an accomplished legacy of leadership of our graduate programs, I look forward to working with Dr. Hendrickson to continue to enhance our excellence in graduate education,” said Blair Lord, provost and vice president for academic affairs. “He has extensive experience as a graduate coordinator, and has worked with all of the units that report to the graduate dean. I know Eastern's excellence in all these areas will continue under Dr. Hendrickson's leadership.”

During his 14 years as coordinator of graduate studies for Eastern’s Department of Political Science, Hendrickson has helped the department receive designation as one of EIU's "First Choice" graduate programs twice -- in both 2008 and 2015.

Since coming to Eastern in 1999, he has published three books, along with more than 70 journal articles, book chapters and essays. In addition, he has received a number of university-wide awards for teaching excellence and mentoring in graduate and undergraduate education.

"I am honored to be selected as Eastern Illinois University's interim graduate dean,” Hendrickson said. “Eastern has outstanding graduate programs and offerings. I look forward to serving as an advocate for graduate education at EIU, as well as for our outstanding international programs, and our research and grants endeavors."

VICKI SHAW WOODARD, Media Relations
Posted: May 20, 2015

CIVIL SERVICE SUPERVISORS -- ANNUAL PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS DUE JUNE 30
Civil service employee performance appraisals are required annually per Internal Governing Policy #39 and BOT Regulation II C-4. Performance appraisal forms for FY15 must be completed on all civil service employees by June 30, 2015. Directors and supervisors are accountable for their completion and submission to Human Resources. The evaluation form, along with a supervisor guidebook, is available here.

Remember to include the review period (which can be flexible, but in most cases is July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2015) and comments/justification for ratings of "outstanding," "needs improvement" or "unacceptable." If you have questions, please contact Julie Benedict, training and development, at 581-8415 or jabenedict@eiu.edu.

RICHARD ENYARD, Director, Human Resources
Posted: May 18, 2015

SMOKING/TOBACCO PROHIBITED ON EIU CAMPUS, EFFECTIVE JULY 1
Beginning July 1, 2015, all smoking and tobacco use will be prohibited on the campus of Eastern Illinois University.

In accordance with the Illinois Smoke Free Campus Act and university policy, the use of all tobacco products will be prohibited on all campus property, both indoors and outdoors, including buildings, grounds, parking lots and vehicles that are owned, leased, occupied, operated or otherwise controlled by EIU. The ban includes e-cigarettes and vaporizers, as well.

Use of tobacco products will be permitted only in private vehicles traveling through or parked on campus provided that second-hand smoke is contained within the vehicle.

The policy applies to any individual on campus property, including students, employees and visitors, and is applicable at all times.

It is anticipated that the policy will have minimal effect on the majority of Eastern’s constituencies, said Eric Davidson, associate director of EIU’s Health Service. Polls of students indicate that most fall in two of three groups -- those who are excited about the prospect of becoming a totally smoke-free campus and those who believe they won’t be affected at all by the change.

He acknowledged that the third group represents a “fair number” of individuals who will likely disapprove of the ban.

According to Davidson, individuals caught smoking will likely receive a verbal reminder for the first offense, while habitual offenders will be dealt with on an individual basis, depending on their classification (student, employee, etc.).

See here for more information regarding EIU’s Tobacco-free Campus.

VICKI SHAW WOODARD, Media Relations
Posted: May 01, 2015

 

Meetings/Events

EIU’S OLD MAIN CELEBRATES COLES COUNTY GRADUATIONS
Eastern is participating in the celebrations as Coles County’s high school seniors graduate in 2015.

On Friday (May 22) evening, Old Main will be illuminated in purple and orange in commemoration of Oakland High School’s graduation activities. The actual ceremony is set to begin at 7 p.m. at the high school.

On the evening of Friday, May 29, the building will be decorated in green and gold in commemoration of Mattoon High School’s commencement, scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. at the high school.

Charleston High School seniors, who participated in their graduation ceremony on May 15 in EIU’s Lantz Arena, saw red and gold lights as they traveled home from campus that evening.

VICKI SHAW WOODARD, Media Relations
Posted: May 21, 2015

TOUR DE ITALY AT EIU
Cook your way through class with lectures that explore the food, wine and culture of Tuscany! Join visiting professor Umberto Gori, from Apicius Culinary Institute, Florence, Italy, for a hands-on experience preparing and tasting the food and wine of the Mediterranean. Classes are scheduled to meet four nights weekly, July 20-23 and July 28-31, and are offered in both credit and noncredit options to meet your academic needs. For more information, contact the School of Continuing Education at 217-581-5114.

ALYSSA N. LONG, School of Continuing Education
Posted: May 21, 2015

'CHARLESTON: THIS IS OUR STORY'
COMMUNITY MEETING -- 6 p.m. Thursday, June 18, Charleston Carnegie Library, 712 Sixth St.

Attend this important meeting for information, project details and to sign up for your story and story-telling time. WEIU-TV will capture the essence of Charleston with "Charleston: This is Our Story." This television program will document “the very best” of the Charleston area. City residents will reveal the people, places and happenings that relate to the story of Charleston. These stories and interviews will be gathered together, professionally edited,and broadcast on WEIU-TV. Please visit here. We hope to see you there!!!

KE'AN S. ARMSTRONG, Radio-TV Program
Posted: May 20, 2015

SEED CENTER AT EIU OFFERS “HOW TO START A BUSINESS” WORKSHOPS
Eastern Illinois University, through its SEED Entrepreneurship Center, is offering a monthly workshop on “How to Start a Business.” EIU wants to make a contribution to the economic vitality in East Central Illinois. For individuals who are thinking about starting their own business, this should be the first stop on their journey. Use your time this summer to learn about analyzing your personal financial situation, evaluating your business concept, finding your market, establishing operational strategies, creating financial statements and obtaining funding for your venture.

The next two “How to Start a Business Workshops” will be held at the following times and locations:
• Coles County -- 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, May 28, Coles County 911 Building, 10500 State Highway 16, Mattoon (the brick building next to the airport fire station; across the highway from Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center)
• Pana -- 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 23, Peoples Bank & Trust, 200 S. Locust St., Pana (Peoples Bank & Trust is granting four $25 fee scholarships available to Pana residents, first-come, first-served.)

Cost to Attend: $25/per person or $35/per couple. Registration is required by noon on the date of the class. Registration available online here. For more information, please call 217-581-2913, email entrepreneurship@eiu.edu or visit our website.

JENNIFER E. GARREN, SEED Center
Posted: May 19, 2015

NOTICE OF CIVIL SERVICE ADVISORY ELECTION FOR EIU REPRESENTATIVE
Due to the resignation of the current EAC representative, EIU will hold a special election for an EIU representative to the State Universities Civil Service Advisory Committee to be held on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, via electronic voting. The election will be via electronic voting from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for civil service employees only.

To be eligible for nomination and election to membership on this committee, a civil service employee must meet the following qualifications: (1) have a full-time certified status appointment in the system; and (2) have at least three current consecutive years of civil service employment in an institution currently served by the system at the time the candidate picks up the petition and statement of candidacy. Forms may be picked up in Human Resources, 2010 Old Main, beginning May 22.

The term will be from July 16, 2015, through Dec. 31, 2019. In a standard end-of-term election, the individual elected to this committee serves a four-year term. However, with the special election, the term will be four years and five-and-a-half months.

Please review the SUCSAC website to include the EAC member’s manual and the by-laws for further information. Please feel free to contact Julie Benedict, Training & Development, jabenedict@eiu.edu, 581-8415, for further information.

JULIE A. BENEDICT, Human Resources
Posted: May 17, 2015

33RD ANNUAL CHILDREN'S ART EXHIBITION ON VIEW AT TARBLE
The 33rd Children’s Art Exhibition is currently on view at the Tarble Arts Center through May 24. Held annually, the exhibition features two- and three-dimensional art by area students in grades K-12 and provides an opportunity for area art teachers to showcase their programs. Schools from throughout east-central Illinois are participating in this year’s exhibition, which includes 303 works from 48 schools.

KATHRYN MORICE, Tarble Arts Center
Posted: May 14, 2015

REGISTRATION OPEN FOR TARBLE SUMMER CLASSES FOR YOUTHS
The Tarble Arts Center is offering classes for children ages 4-14 beginning June 8. Offerings include “Summer Art Investigations I” for ages 4-6, “Summer Art Investigations II” for ages 7-9, and “Multicultural Mixed-Media Explorations” for ages 10-14. For complete information, visit here and click on Classes and Workshops, or contact the Tarble at tarble@eiu.edu, 581-2787.

KATHRYN MORICE, Tarble Arts Center
Posted: May 11, 2015

TAMI DUZAN RETIREMENT RECEPTION (UPDATED 5/13)
Please join us for a retirement open house honoring Tami Duzan, who will retire May 31 after dedicating 30 years to EIU, 25 of those years being with the School of Family and Consumer Sciences' Child Care Resource & Referral. Join us to celebrate her retirement anytime between 2 and 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 27, in Klehm Hall Room 1418.

DANIELLE M. PENDERGAST-WHITE, CCR&R CCAP FY15
Posted: May 07, 2015

DEAN ROBERT AUGUSTINE RETIREMENT RECEPTION
Please join us in honoring Dean Augustine for his 37 years of service to EIU and congratulate him on his new position as senior vice president for the Council of Graduate Schools. Come anytime from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, May 29, for doughnuts and coffee on the north quad just west of Blair Hall. (Rain location will be in the foyer of Blair Hall.)

LORI A. HENDERSON, Graduate School Dean's Office
Posted: May 05, 2015

FREEDOM FROM SMOKING CLINICS ON CAMPUS
The Health Education Resource Center provides Freedom From Smoking® classes here on campus! The program is available to students and state employees (EIU faculty and staff members). For additional information and registration, please visit here.

AMANDA J. HARVEY, Health Service
Posted: Apr 26, 2015

 

Professional Development

OCDI -- TWO OPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER
Two training course options remain available this summer for the Online Course Development Institute (OCDi). The Self-Directed OCDi is completely online and allows participants to work at their own pace. With open enrollment for the self-directed OCDi, participants can begin and complete the training at any time. The other option for summer is a cohort. The cohort will meet face-to-face as a group in one-hour sessions for discussion and demonstration. Additional components are completed online. Optional face-to-face technology training is available, as well. The cohort will meet weekly during the eight-week summer term. Go here for a schedule, registration and more information.

JULIE A. LOCKETT, Director, Center for Online Learning
Posted: May 18, 2015

 

Human Resources

VALIC REPRESENTATIVE TO BE ON CAMPUS WEEKLY
A VALIC representative will be on campus from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. each Wednesday in the Sullivan Room, MLK Jr. Union. If you wish to make an appointment, please call 217-821-5289 or visit the Sullivan Room any Wednesday through Aug. 26.

VALIC is one of EIU's approved vendors for the 403b plan. A 403b is a voluntary tax-deferred supplemental retirement plan developed to enhance an employee's retirement. VALIC is one of the approved vendors offered by EIU.

For more information about EIU's 403b plans, please visit our page here.

THURMAN ETCHISON, Benefits Services
Posted: Apr 30, 2015

VOYA RATE CHANGES
Voya Financial, formerly Reliastar, has performed its tri-term renewal process for life insurance. Employees who were due for their three-year evaluation have had their life insurance policies reviewed by Voya. Related rate changes will be enacted on the June 2015 payroll and will remain consistent for the next three years. Please contact Voya Financial at 1-800-955-7736 with any questions.

Note: EIU's current life insurance provider is Minnesota Life. The above information is only pertinent to those employees who have been grandfathered into the Reliastar/Voya plan.

THURMAN ETCHISON, Benefits Services
Posted: Apr 23, 2015

 

Employment Opportunities

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Research and Creative Activity

SUMMER WRITE-ON-SITE WEDNESDAYS
If you are working on an article, a book chapter, a grant report or any other writing project, please join us for Write-on-Site from 9 to 11 a.m. every Wednesday in the Office of Faculty Development (1116 Booth Library). Bring your laptop and grab a cup of coffee or tea (perhaps a cookie now and then) and set to work in the quiet company of others also engaged in writing projects. For further information, contact the Faculty Development Office at 581-7051.

WANDA KAY ROBINSON, Faculty Development
Posted: May 20, 2015

YEARBOOK WINS NATIONAL HONOR
The 2015 edition of the Warbler, EIU's student-run yearbook, was just inducted into Walsworth Yearbooks' Gallery of Excellence, which means the annual book will be displayed at conventions and used by Walsworth representatives to inspire staffs across the country. A Walsworth rep deemed the book among the top 1 percent of books in the U.S.



JOE GISONDI
Joe Gisondi was the keynote speaker for the Southern Illinois Editorial Association, speaking to publishers and editors about journalistic approaches used to research and write his upcoming nonfiction book "Monster Trek: The Obsessive Search For Bigfoot." He was also a guest on WCIA-TV's morning show a week earlier to speak about this book.



 

Miscellaneous

ACCESS REQUEST FOR BANNER
Eastern employees seeking access to use Banner, the university’s suite of enterprise computing software applications, now can do so electronically rather than by submitting a paper request.

Banner request applications had been in the form of a writable PDF that applicants could access online and fill out on their workplace computer. The forms, however, then had to be printed out on paper and submitted to the employee’s supervisor and appropriate Banner module custodian. Now, a Sharepoint form is available on Eastern’s PantherShare website, and the submission and forwarding process has been automated, meaning that no forms or emails need be manually submitted.

The link to the access request form can be on the ITS webpage on the left side menu under the heading called Forms.

University employees who may have the old PDF form bookmarked on their computers should no longer use that form, but should use the new link, instead.

Information that must be inputted to the form includes university NetID, e-number, position title, department name, supervisor, NetID of the person the employee is replacing (if applicable), phone number, status and supervisor’s phone number. Applications for which access is being sought include Banner, BDMS, Argos, Reportal, Workflow, Appworx, Dataload, Files (M and U drives) and other. The form also contains a section for supervisor’s approval. Banner modules include Advancement, Financial Aid, Finance, General, Employment, Payroll and Student.

If you have questions, please contact Cathy Ashmore, 217-581-7604; cjashmore@eiu.edu.

JOSHUA L. AWALT, Information Technology Services
Posted: May 19, 2015

HONORS MENTORS NEEDED
The Sandra and Jack Pine Honors College is looking for faculty members who would be interested in mentoring freshman and sophomore Presidential Scholars. Mentors are matched with students who share one or more academic or personal interests. The role of the mentor is to assist students in acclimating to college life, processing new ideas, and considering opportunities for personal, academic and pre-professional growth. Most mentor-student pairs meet for one to two hours, once or twice a month. Any faculty interested in serving as mentors may contact Sara Schmidt at smschmidt@eiu.edu.

SARA M. SCHMIDT, Sandra and Jack Pine Honors College
Posted: May 12, 2015

2015 HONORARY LIFETIME AND OUTSTANDING FOUNDATION MEMBER NOMINATIONS BEING ACCEPTED
The EIU Foundation is currently accepting nominations for the 2015 Honorary Lifetime Member and the 2015 Outstanding Foundation Member Awards. The deadline for submissions is May 29, 2015.

Nominations can be submitted by visiting the Foundation's Web page. Complete and email your nomination to nrzytka@eiu.edu or send via regular mail to: EIU Foundation, Attn: Nancy Zytka, 860 W. Lincoln Ave., Charleston, IL 61920.

NANCY R. ZYTKA, EIU Foundation
Posted: May 07, 2015

GREGG TECHNOLOGY CENTER: SUMMER 2015 SCHEDULE CHANGES
The GTC will be closed the week of May 11-15 to to do essential maintenance and inventory in areas across campus.

GTC Computer Lab hours for the summer, beginning on May 18, are as follows:
Monday-Thursday: 7 a.m.- 4:15 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m. to noon
Saturday and Sunday: Closed

Various holidays will modify the schedule above. The revised schedules will be placed online and on the doors of the GTC.

CHAD P. ELLIOTT, CATS
Posted: May 05, 2015

NO OFFICE MAX DELIVERIES ON FRIDAYS
Due to the summer hours change, there will be no Office Max deliveries on Fridays, beginning Friday, May 15, and continuing through Friday, Aug. 14. Please plan accordingly so that you are prepared. Questions? Contact Penny Walk at 581-7749.

PENNY S. WALK, Purchasing
Posted: May 04, 2015

LIBRARY ADDS 1,383 NEW TITLES IN APRIL
During April, Booth Library acquired and cataloged 1,383 new items. The list can be viewed here. The list is arranged by location: Ballenger Teachers Center, Books, Electronic Resources, Illinois and Federal Documents, Maps, Media, Reference Collection, Special Collections and University Archives. The titles are listed by call number within each location. Please contact Karen Whisler, head of Collection Development, at 581-7551 or klwhisler@eiu.edu if you have questions.

DAVID BELL, Library Services
Posted: May 04, 2015

RIM IS FOR EVERYONE
Every employee has records! If you send emails and they pertain to the function of your job, then that is a record that must be retained according to your department’s Records Retention Schedule. To see your department’s Records Retention Schedule, contact the clerical staff in your office. If you don’t know who to contact, then call Cathy Kimball, EIU records officer, at 581-3318.

Detailed RIM information for all employees of EIU can be found here.

Topics include:
• Quick Tips for email management
• Records definitions
• Internal Governing Policy 136 -- Records Management Program
• Internal Governing Policy 182.1 -- Electronic Communication with Students, Faculty, and Staff
• EIU Identity Protection Act

CATHY L. KIMBALL, Records and Information Management
Posted: May 01, 2015

FY15 TELECOMMUNICATIONS CHARGES DEADLINE
It is time to plan for year-end telephone moves, adds and changes. Any orders that have a completion date after May 31, 2015, will post to FY16. Please note: Standard orders can take up to 10 business days to be completed.

BECKY SHEW, Telecommunications
Posted: Apr 26, 2015

YEAR END REQUISITION DEADLINES
FY16 requisitions may now be entered by changing your transaction and delivery dates to July 1, 2015. All FY15 requisitions must be received in the office of Procurement, Disbursements and Contract Services by the deadlines listed below. Procurement cannot guarantee that requisitions submitted after the deadlines will be paid from FY15 funds.

All FY16 requisitions that are to be in place by July 1, 2015, need to adhere to the same deadlines below, or as requested by the buyer.. Do not wait for FY16 budgets to be loaded.

Deadlines:

Purchases exceeding the Board of Trustees Approval limit:
$250,000 for any purchase -- Feb. 13, 2015

Purchases exceeding the following:
$20,000 for Professional and Artistic Services (P&A); $50,000 for Commodities, Equipment and Services; and $65,000 for Construction -- March 13, 2015

Purchases less than the following:
$20,000 for Professional and Artistic Services (P&A); $50,000 for Commodities, Equipment and Services; and $65,000 for Construction -- May 1, 2015

Please notify Procurement if you have a purchase or are planning a purchase that cannot meet these deadlines.

SUSAN L. PROPST, Purchasing
Posted: Jan 08, 2015

OTHER PROCUREMENT DEADLINES
Travel Applications Deadline:
All Travel Applications for the remainder of FY15 must be received in the Department of Procurement, Disbursements and Contract Services by June 5, 2015.

OfficeMax Deadline:
Final day to order through OfficeMax for FY15 -- Noon on Monday, June 29, 2015

P-Card Deadlines:
Transactions need a post date of June 30, 2015, or earlier on PaymentNet for P-Card purchases from FY15 funds. All FY15 transactions must be reviewed and approved on PaymentNet by July 1, 2015.

Final Payments:
All final FY15 Request for Payments, invoices, and Travel Vouchers must be received in the Department of Procurement, Disbursements and Contract Services by July 9, 2015.

SUSAN L PROPST, Procurement, Disbursements and Contract Services
Posted: Jan 08, 2015

 

Especially for Students (Official Notices)

CIVIL SERVICE COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE FOR 2015-2016
Applications are being sought at this time for the Civil Service Council Scholarship. This scholarship was started to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the EIU Civil Service Council.

Applicants who receive financial assistance or tuition waivers are encouraged to apply. The scholarship is intended to assist with tuition, fees or other costs associated with attending EIU (such as housing, supplies, daycare, gas, etc.). The award is payable in Fall 2015 to your student account, and any remaining amount will be disbursed to the recipient. Fall 2015 enrollment must be verified before scholarship is awarded. The recipient must: 1) be a former, current or retired non-negotiated civil service employee, or a child or grandchild of a former, current or retired non-negotiated civil service employee; 2) be a current or incoming freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate EIU student enrolled for a minimum of six semester hours; 3) maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 and be in good academic standing. (High school seniors accepted to EIU shall enroll in a minimum of six semester hours of coursework and be ranked in the top 25 percent of their class.) Financial need shall be the determining factor if all other qualifications are equal.

Applications are being accepted online here. The deadline is May 31, 2015.

If you have any questions, please contact Angie Campbell at 581-5299 or email arcampbell@eiu.edu.

RHONDA E. NICHOLS, Information Technology Services
Posted: May 13, 2015

STUDENT INSURANCE SUMMER 2015
Students who will not be enrolled in Summer Term 2015 are eligible to extend student insurance provided that the student was insured under the Student Insurance Plan for Spring Semester 2015. The premium for Summer 2015 student insurance is $87.45. Coverage effective dates for Summer 2015 are June 15 through Aug. 18.

Students who do not intend to enroll for a minimum of nine on-campus hours in the summer term may obtain coverage by submitting a completed enrollment form before June 12. Enrollment forms are available in the Student Insurance Office, third floor, Room 5021, Student Services Building, or by calling 581-5290. Please note: Offices at the university close at noon on Fridays during the summer; therefore, the completed enrollment form must be received in our office by noon Friday, June 12, to meet the published deadline.

KERI J. MARTI, Student Insurance
Posted: Apr 20, 2015

PART-TIME STUDENT INSURANCE
Summer Semester 2015 students who are registered for six, seven or eight on-campus hours may purchase student insurance for the semester by obtaining an application from the Student Insurance Office prior to 4:30 p.m. June 22. The “Part-time Enrollment Form” can also be downloaded from the Student Insurance website here. The cost is $87.45. Students enrolled in a combination of continuing education and regular on-campus classes should contact the Student Insurance Office at 581-5290 for coverage eligibility, prior to the deadline.

KERI J. MARTI, Student Insurance
Posted: Apr 20, 2015

 

EIU in the News

MAY 2015
From the JG-TC -- "Eastern Illinois Grads Move their Tassles," May 11, 2015

From the JG-TC -- "Shanahan Reflects Back on EIU Days," May 11, 2015

From the JG-TC -- "Students are Tending Hazelnut, Chestnut Orchard in Casey," May 9, 2015



APRIL 2015
From the JG-TC -- "Lake Land, Eastern Illinois Boards Hold Joint Session," April 24, 2015

From the JG-TC -- "Students Develop Social, Emotional Skills at SEE Day," April 21, 2015

From the JG-TC -- "Perry Honored at EIU Legacy Event," April 13, 2015