Education

Education

Zach Wilson, WVIK News

Black Hawk College has completed a major addition and renovation at one of its buildings. 20,000 square feet have been added to 'Building 1' on the Quad Cities campus in Moline, and 68,000 square feet of existing space has been renovated.

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After running St. Ambrose University's diversity office and disability services, Ryan Saddler is now in charge of a new initiative. 

This week, the Davenport college announced Saddler is its new Associate Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. 

State university officials were grilled by lawmakers Tuesday. At issue is a record of lucrative severance packages for outgoing administrators.


WVIK News

The new school year has opened with a celebration at Rivermont Collegiate in Bettendorf. Monday the private school held a ribbon cutting to mark the completion of its new building for science classes, and apartments and rooms for faculty and students.

Augustana College

As the new academic year begins, Augustana College in Rock Island has created a new position to watch over the mental health of its students. 

A new policy on the books in the Monmouth-Roseville School District subjects many students to random testing for drugs, alcohol, and tobacco. The district said the goal is to keep students safe.

What's Up at WIU ?

Aug 23, 2019

On Midwest Week - a spring and summer of major changes at Western Illinois University, including top administrators and the board of trustees.

WIU-QC Welcomes Students

Aug 21, 2019
WVIK News

As the new school year begins, Western Illinois University welcomed students to its Quad Cities campus. Administrators and trustees shook hands and handed out cupcakes Wednesday during an afternoon event in Moline.

"If you see something, say something." That's the slogan Davenport police officers will be repeating to students and teachers when the new school year begins next week. 

WVIK News

Drivers in Davenport will have to be a whole lot more careful starting next week. As the new school year begins, police will resume enforcing lower speed limits in school zones.

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