Held in the Grand Ballroom from 10am-2pm, the fair brings over 50 companies interested in hiring for jobs and internships. Professional attire is required. The Graduate Program Expo is held in conjunction with the fair, highlighting the graduate programs offered at WIU.
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WIU President Jack Thomas and Macomb Mayor Mike Inman signed a proclamation declaring Feb. 4 as National Girls and Women in Sports Day at Western Illinois University and in Macomb. Activites surrounding NGWSD are planned Jan. 31, prior to and during the WIU Women's basketball game, and on Feb. 4 in the University Union & Student Recreation Center.
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The Ag Mech Club's Farm Expo will be held 9am-5pm Feb. 7 & 10am-4pm Feb. 8 at Macomb's Western Hall. Saturday's 10:30am keynote speaker will be Kirk Hanlin, Assistant Chief, National Resources Conservation Service, US Department of Agriculture.
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Vote for WIU each and every day as part of the STANLEY Security Together for Safer Schools grant. The top two schools who receive the most votes will receive grants of security products and services from STANLEY Security.
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Discover Western open houses allow you to tour the Macomb campus, meet with academic and student services staff, talk with current WIU students and more – a great way for you to experience campus life and picture yourself at WIU. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
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It's time to live life on. Housing Renewal for the 2015-2016 academic year began Jan. 30 for those who are eligible and want to stay in their current room. Open renewals for students that wish to change their housing will take place between Feb. 4-27, depending on your current class year.
For complete details and dates, visit the Housing Renewal website.