Administrative Services

The Keys to Effective Communication and Conflict Resolution

Wednesday, March 1
12:15-12:50 PM
University Union, Capitol Room

The skill of effectively communicating face-to-face with others is slowly being replaced by emails, texts, tweets, and Snap chats.

  • Learn what it means to actively listen and recognize verbal and non-verbal cues
  • Understand effective conflict resolution
  • Learn to be more assertive rather than aggressive or passive
  • Explore how to deliver constructive criticism or change undesired behaviors
  • Register by e-mailing Kelley Kenady,

Delicious Nutritious - "Recipe Substitutions to Decrease Saturated Fat"

cooking demonstration
  • Cook with Senior Dietetics Students
  • Knoblauch Hall 230, Small Kitchen
  • Monday, March 6; 5:00-6:30 PM
  • Registration opens February 14th and closes February 28th
  • Cost: $5.00 - payment is required at time of reservation
  • Open to WIU Faculty and Staff
  • Contact Joyce Crouse for reservations at or at 309-298-2284

Blood Glucose Screening

Tuesday, March 21 from 11 AM–3 PM
University Union Concourse

  • Free and open to the WIU Campus Community
  • Registration not required
  • Fasting not required
  • Brought to you by the Bella Hearst Diabetes Institute

Sugar Savvy

Tuesday, March 21
University Union Capitol Room
12:15-12:50 PM

Presentation Provided by Hy-Vee Dietician, Andrea Thompson

  • Learn to identify sugar in all its forms and ways to reduce consumption
  • Compare food labels and make the healthier choice
  • Discuss the guidelines for sugar and other carbohydrates in the diet
  • Discover the power of protein when managing blood sugar
  • Register by emailing Kelley Kenady,
  • Free and open to the WIU Campus Community