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Letter From the Dean
Dean of the College of Education and Human Services at
Western Illinois University
Donor honor roll
The College of Education and Human Services would like to thank everyone who made financial contributions between July 1, 2008 and June 30, 2009. Alumni and friends are an integral part of the school's success.
Dietetics graduate, Meghan Daw, is learning the ways of the institution—the Cook County Jail’s food service department, that is. Daw, a 2008 graduate of Dietetics, Fashion Merchandising and Hospitality (DFMH), was recently hired to be Aramark’s lead registered dietitian at the jail.
The dynamic and innovative teaching-learning process in the College of Education and Human Services is evident in the many pursuits of faculty, staff, and students. Despite heavy workloads, College faculty are active scholars and contributors to their disciplines.
Arlington & Arlene Seymour
Retired teachers Arlington ("Arlie") and Arlene Seymour recently put a capstone on their tradition of generosity by making a $1 million planned gift to Western Illinois University.