University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Calendar

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Calendar

  • 10/6/2014
  • 10/7/2014
    Following the success of the summer event,EnterpriseWorks is holding another Blood Drive. Please read the donor eligibility and consider donating. 
  • 10/8/2014
    Flash-back/flash-forward... The legacy of Illinois engineering education is one of creativity, leadership and innovation. The speakers at this event, featuring Donald L. Bitzer, co-inventor of PLATO, the world’s first computer-based education system, will share their own stories of shaping and participating in this legacy, and will invite you to imagine into the future of engineering education at Illinois. A reception with refreshments in the Beckman Atrium will follow. An original PLATO terminal will be on display, along with posters describing current educational initiatives in the College.
  • 10/10/2014
    World War I and the Making of Modern American Culture Organized by the Trowbridge Initiative in American Cultures"Economies of Motion: The World War I “Crippled Soldier Problem,” and Rationalized Images of Ability" Nathan Blake, Northeastern University"Star Testimonies: Speeches, Tours, and Trailers " Sue Collins, Michigan Technological University"Raising the Dead: The First World War and the Influenza Pandemic" Elizabeth Outka, University of Richmond"The Longest War: Southern Writers and the American Expeditionary Force" David A. Davis, Mercer University
  • 10/11/2014
    The Hispanic Heritage celebration has been done since 2010. To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, a bilingual program is presented at the Urbana Free Library. Program agenda: Presentation "Exploring Latin American & the Caribbean's Hispanic Heritage"; Lean a song in Quechua; Live traditional Latin American Music and traditional dances; Tri-lingual Storytelling (English/Spanish/Quechua) Book: " Maria Had a Little LLama/ Maria tenia una llamita", and Crafts.