Madd Hoss Jackson will be performing live during the "Ag Day" festivities on September 3rd from 4-6 p.m. just north of Hanson Field (in Q-Lot) in Macomb. This event is free and open to the public.
Learn more about "Ag Day."
Join Joe Decker, WIU alumnus and Guinness Book of World Records holder for the "World's Fittest Man", in one of the most extreme fitness tests in America. This contest combines strenuous Midwestern farm chores with military boot camp, trail running, and strongman training. WIU students are eligible for a 50% discount.
View more details & registration information.
This year's lecturer is Foreign Languages and Literatures Chair Gary Schmidt, who will deliver the lecture "The Role of the Liberal Arts in Fostering Empathy: Language, Literature, and Human Understanding" on Sept. 9th (QC Campus) and Sept. 10th on the Macomb campus.
View the press release for more information.
Stop by the Union Grand Ballroom from 10am-2pm to network with local, regional, and national employers hiring full-time employees and interns. Professional dress is required for entry into the fair & free professional headshots will be taken for LinkedIn profiles.
Learn more about the career fair.
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.
View more details and register online.
Conversation Partners pairs international and domestic students in an enriching, rewarding cross-cultural sharing opportunity. Apply now and begin your journey learning more about different cultures, customs and lifestyles.
For more info, contact Center for International Studies at (309) 298-3734.
Taphonomy – the study of what happens to the remains of living things after death – is a critical part of many forensic and archaeological investigations. WIU Taphonomic Research Sites provide students and faculty researchers access to environmental contexts for experimental taphonomic studies.
For more info, contact Dr. Andrea Alveshere, at (309) 298-1199.