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Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
Entrepreneurship & Innovation 2006 -Agenda & Planner
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I developed this Agenda & Planner template for the WIU Summer School Program "Economic Development, Entrepreneurship and Innovation 2006".

This document was printed in double sided paper and served as an agenda/planner for all participants.

developed: June 2006.

[note: this template has then served as foundation work for The Scholar Ship Agenda & Planner; The Chicago Convergence Agenda & Planner].

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  1. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 T h e F uture of Ec o n om ic D evelo pm en t & I n ten s i ve En g lis h Pro g ram LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  2. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 T h e F uture of E c on om i c D evelopm en t & I n ten s i ve En g lis h Prog ram About the Program: This summer program is an and new models for the eco- exciting five weeks that in- nomic development of the fu- cludes daily ture. academic WELCOME TO and cultural The pro- activities as gram also WESTERN! features of includes an the “Certifi- intensive FROM THE DIRECTOR cate Pro- course in On behalf of Western Illinois Uni- versity, it is with great pleasure gram for English pro- that I welcome you to the “2006 Entrepre- vided by the Entrepreneurship and Innovation: neurship Western Il- The Future of Economic Devel- and Innova- linois Eng- opment & In- tion: The lish as a tensive English Future of Economic Develop- Second Language Institute Program.” ment and an intensive English (WESL) that has over 25 years Language Immersion”. of experience teaching inter- It is an honor national students from over for Western One important component of 100 countries. Illinois Univer- the “Certificate Program for sity to be the Entrepreneurship and Innova- As part of the cultural activi- host in this tion: The ties, the pro- event that Future of gram also encourages Economic includes innovation and Develop- trips to creativity for the development of ment” is Hannibal, our nations. that it pro- Missouri, vides stu- (Mark During the next five weeks, you will have ample opportunities to dents with Twain’s network with university leaders the knowl- hometown) and experts. I hope you enjoy edge for St. Louis, your stay and look forward to the devel- Missouri, meeting you personally. opment of Quad Cit- new models of enterprises in ies, Peoria and Chicago, Illi- Most Sincerely, today’s global markets. nois. Dr. Carol Fimmen. Experts will introduce new Director, Global Education. concepts, new strategic plans, LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  3. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 QUICK GUIDE ienvenido a la Comunidad At the Office of Global Education, we niversitaria de Western! strive to make you experience as best as we can accommodate. Please do not hesitate if you have questions, rogram Goals: comments or ideas on how to im- Improve English language skills. prove the program. Learn the nature and characteristics of entrepreneurship and IMPORTANT CONTACTS: innovation. Develop critical thinking to determine the feasibility of new Dr. Carol Fimmen enterprises. Director, Conduct analysis of local and global economies and their im- pact on the future. Global Education. Contact with American culture and its cities, architecture, people, food, language and daily activities. CP-Fimmen@wiu.edu Participate in a unique experience and develop new goals as a student and as a future professional. Jo Davis Staff Secretary, JA-Davis1@wiu.edu Chris Ramsey Academic Advisor CK-Ramsey@wiu.edu Emergencias: 911 Llamadas dentro del Campus: Global Education Sólo marque ¨8¨ más los últi- College of Business and Technology mos 4 dígitos del teléfono. Stipes Hall # 326 1 University Circle | Macomb, IL 61455-1390 E-mail: GlobalEducationCBT@wiu.edu Office of Public Safety (WIU): Phone: 309/298-2357 1949 LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  4. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 WIU Guía rápida para nuevos estudiantes. Esperamos que a continuación encuentres respuestas de las preguntas que recibimos con mayor frequencia! 101 Por favor no dudes en preguntarle a algún voluntario si no entiendes algo. No te preocupes por el Inglés. Todos los voluntarios hemos pasado por esta etapa ya y te enten- demos. Animate y héchale muchas ganas! Es muy sencillo! - Si la llamada es ¨dentro del Campus¨ (o en Inglés ¨in Campus¨) ¿Cómo marco el teléfono va a ser un número que empieza con 298. desde mi dormitorio? - El Código de Area de Macomb es (309). (a otra oficina o dormitorio), sólo necesitas marcar ¨8¨ y los últimos cuatro digitos del teléfono. (001) (309) 298 - _ _ _ _ ¿Cómo me deben de marcar desde México? y marcas a México asi: (011 - 52) + (código de área de tu Ciudad) + (número local) •Generalmente las encontrarás en la estación de gasolina ¿Dónde puedo comprar tarjetas telefónicas que Phillips 66. rindan? • Puedes llegar aquí si caminas saliendo de Olson Hall por la calle Adams caminando hacia el Oeste (del lado del Lago). Es una caminata larga como de nueve cuadras!. ¿Cómo me puedo conectar Existen varios laboratorios abiertos en el Verano: a Internet en la Universi- dad? - Sótano de Olson Hall (éste es el más cercano a tu dormitorio!) - University Union (entre Burger King y la librería de la escuela). - Donald S. Spencer Student Recreation Center (Planta baja del gimnasio hay terminales a tu disposición). - Stipes Hall 307 - Hay más laboratorios que éstos, pero puede ser que estén cerrados por el verano. LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  5. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 Sólo existe una compañia. Se llama Barry´s Taxi. ¿Cómo puedo conseguir un taxi? - Este es el teléfono: (309) 833-1700 - El servicio es 24 horas y algunas veces tendrás que compartir el viaje a menos que especifiques que quieres viajar solo. - También tienen minibus si quieren salir en grupo. - Ojo: Te cobran por cada bulto que llevas contigo! Walmart, Kmart, HyVee (Supermercado), Farm King. ¿Que tiendas grandes tiene Macomb? - Un lugar cercano es International Sandwich Shop. ¿Dónde puedo comer si no quiero ir a la cafetería? (puedes ir o pedir que te lo manden a tu dormitorio). - Está localizado al Este de la calle Adams. (si fuíste por una tarjeta de teléfono, ya pasaste por ahí!) - Hay muchas otras opciones y generalmente todos los luga- res te pueden enviar comida si tienes un consumo mínimo. El encargado de cada edificio (en el Lobby) te puede prestar volan- tes ó el Directorio telefónico. - También existe la opción de cocinar tu mismo. Cada piso de los dormitorios debe tener una cocina. De 6:00 am a 7:00pm de Lunes a Viernes. También el fin de ¿Cuál es el horario del gim- nasio? semana. Checa en el Rec para ver el horario de servicio más ac- tual. otas y otras preguntas: ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  6. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 irst week A Leader is a Dealer in Hope” - Napoleon Bonaparte. Please take a look at the events we have planned. If you have any questions, please contact the volunteers or the staff at the Global Education Office. unday, June 25, 2006 Wednesday, June 28, 2006 0:00 am! Meet in the lobby of Corbin Hall 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast- Olson Cafeteria ! For Breakfast and Orientation! 8:45 am - 12:00 pm English Classes 4:30 pm! Meet in the lobby of Corbin Hall 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch - Olson Cafeteria ! Picnic at the Lake! ! ! 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm ! Host: Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Center for International Studies The future of Economic Development. ____________________________ Faculty Lecturer: Joseph R. Chapa Room: Stipes 224 onday, June 26, 2006 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Welcome Reception. Room: Stipes Hall 501 Bring your passport and VISA _____________________________ Thursday, June 29, 2006! :00 am - 8:15 am Breakfast - Olson Hall Cafeteria :30 am -11:30 am Placement Test for the WESL Intensive Language program. 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast- Olson Cafeteria Room: Stipes Hall #121 8:45 am - 12:00 pm English Classes 1:30 am - 1:00 pm Lunch – Olson Hall Cafeteria 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch- Olson Cafeteria! 1:15 pm - 5:00 pm Get Student ID & Meal Card 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Room: Housing office Entrepreneurship and Innovation: 1st floor of Seal Hall The future of Economic Development 6:00 pm Dinner Room: Stipes 224 ____________________________ 5:15 pm - 6:30 pm Dinner 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Lecture. (Speaker: TBD). uesday, June 27, 2006 _____________________________ Friday, June 30, 2006! 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast - Olson Hall Cafeteria 8:30 am Pick up results of WESL placement and class schedule. 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast- Olson Cafeteria Place: 2nd floor Memorial Hall 8:45 am - 12:00 pm English Classes 9:00 am - 12:00 pm English Classes 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch- Olson Cafeteria! Room: TBD 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm! 2:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch - Olson Cafeteria! Entrepreneurship and Innovation: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Beu Health Center visit. The future of Economic Development Phone: 309-298-1888 Room: Stipes 224 Fax: 309-298-2188 6:00 pm Dinner 6:00 pm Dinner _____________________________ ____________________________ LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  7. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 Homework for the week: aturday, July 1, 2006 _______________________________________ Breakfast Bag on Bus - Hardee’s _______________________________________ :00am Departure to Springfield _______________________________________ Transportation by Tri-State Travel. Contact Person: Terry _______________________________________ Phone: 800.779.4869 or 563.359.1682 Host: Chris Ramsey ______________________________________ 0:00 am Tour of Abraham Lincoln Museum Week One Journal/ Blog entry: 1:30 pm Visit Lincoln’s Tomb Tickets for 11:30 _______________________________________ 2:30 pm Lunch - White Oaks Mall. _______________________________________ 5:00 pm Depart to Macomb _______________________________________ 6:00 pm Arrive to Macomb ______________________________________ ____________________________ unday, July 2, 2006 _______________________________________ FREE DAY _______________________________________ 10:30 am Mass: St Paul’s _______________________________________ Catholic Church or free time Note: All the meals on your own. ______________________________________ ____________________________ _______________________________________ niversity & Community event planner: _______________________________________ Event (movie, dinner, etc): location: ______________________________________ Other notes: ______________________________________ _______________________________________ ______________________________________ _______________________________________ ______________________________________ _______________________________________ LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  8. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 econd Week. “Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because that person wants to do it.” -Dwight Eisenhower, the 34th President of the USA (1953 - 1961). onday, July 3, 2006 7:30 am - 8:30 am Breakfast - McDonald’s 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm! 8:45 am -12:00 pm English Classes Entrepreneurship and Innovation: 2:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch - Olson Cafeteria The future of Economic Development 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Room: Stipes 224 Entrepreneurship and Innovation: 5:00 pm Dinner The future of Economic Development _____________________________ Room: Stipes 224 Thursday, July 6, 2006 6:00 pm Dinner ____________________________ 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast- Olson Cafeteria uesday, July 4, 2006 8:45 am - 12:00 pm English Classes 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch- Olson Cafeteria! :00 am - 8:00 am Breakfast - on your own 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm! 1:00 pm Picnic at Everly Park Entrepreneurship and Innovation: ! Stone Shelter The future of Economic Development ! (Swimming Pool available $3). Room: Stipes 224 6:30 pm Return to campus 6:00 pm Dinner 7:00 pm City of Macomb _____________________________ July 4th Concert by Friday, July 7, 2006 City Municipal Band Location: WIU Hanson Field 9:15 pm Independence Day Fireworks > Trip to John Deere Harvester. Location: WIU Hanson Field ____________________________ 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast- Olson Cafeteria 10:00 am Departure for Quad Cities. ednesday, July 5, 2006 Transportation by Tri-State Travel 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast- Olson Cafeteria Contact Person: Terry 8:45 am -12:00 pm English Classes ! Phone: 800.779.4869 or 563.359.1682 2:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch - Olson Cafeteria Host: Larry Wall LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  9. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 Sunday, July 9, 2006 2:00 pm John Deere Harverster Works Harvester Works 1100 - 13th Ave. 10:30 am Mass: St Paul’s East-Moline, IL Catholic Church or free time Phone: 309 765 7596 & 8000 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Lunch FAX: 309 765 7379 1:00 pm Final World Cup http://www.deere.comquot; quot; quot; 2:30 pm Picnic ! _____________________________ 2:30 pm Tour begins! (Reference Number 27599) University & Community event planner: 2:00 pm Factory Presentation Event (movie, dinner, etc): location: Contact Person: Molly McNall _______________________________________ Business Analyst, Deere & Co. GSS, FICO NA Ag team _______________________________________ 309. 765.9404 McNallMollyA@JohnDeere.com _______________________________________ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Lunch at South Park Mall _______________________________________ 5:00 pm Return to Macomb 6:30 pm Arrival in Macomb ____________________________ Week Two Journal/ Blog entry: aturday, July 8, 2006 _______________________________________ Trip to Hannibal, MO. Breakfast Bag on bus - Hardee’s _______________________________________ 8:30 am Departure to Hannibal _______________________________________ Transportation by Tri-State Travel _______________________________________ Contact Person: Terry Phone: 800.779.4869 or 563.359.1682 _______________________________________ Host: TBD 0:00 am Mark Twain Cave Tour _______________________________________ (1 hour approximately) _______________________________________ 1:30 pm Lunch at the Riverboat _______________________________________ Mark Twain Riverboat Center Street Landing _______________________________________ Hannibal, MO 63401 573.221.3222! _______________________________________ 4:30 pm Departure for Macomb ____________________________ _______________________________________ LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  10. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 hird Week. “The only way of finding the limits of the possible is by going beyond them into the impossible.” -Arthur C. Clarke. onday, July 10, 2006 Thursday, July 13, 2006 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast - Olson Cafeteria 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast - Olson Cafeteria 8:45 am - 12:00 pm English Classes 8:45 am - 12:00 pm English Classes 2:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch- Olson Cafeteria 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch- Olson Cafeteria 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Entrepreneurship and Innovation: The future of Economic Development The future of Economic Development Room: Stipes 224 Room: Stipes 224 6:00 pm Dinner 6:00 pm Dinner ____________________________ _____________________________ uesday, July 11, 2006 Friday, July 14, 2006 > Trip to Saint Louis, MO. 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast - Olson Cafeteria > Breakfast Bag on bus - McDonald’s 8:45 am - 12:00 pm English Classes 2:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch- Olson Cafeteria 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm 7:00 am Departure Entrepreneurship and Innovation: The future of Economic Development Transportation by Tri-State Travel Room: Stipes 224 Contact Person: Terry 6:00 pm Dinner Phone: 800.779.4869 or 563.359.1682 ____________________________ Host: Carol Fimmen ednesday, July 12, 2006 12:00 pm Group Tour scheduled for 12:20 pm (Noon) 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast - Olson Cafeteria Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tours 8:45 am - 12:00 pm English Classes 12th & Lynch Streets. 2:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch- Olson Cafeteria St Louis, MO 63118 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Contact Person: Molly Barnes The future of Economic Development Phone: 314.577.2153 Room: Stipes 224 ! 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Dinner 1:30 pm Lunch at Union Station 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Seminar by Schuyler Meixner How to apply to the MBA Program 3:30 pm Arrival at Arch Room: Stipes Hall 121 LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  11. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 Homework for the week: St. Louis Arch and Museum, St. Louis Riverfront. _______________________________________ St. Louis, MO 63110 Contact phones: 877.982.1410 _______________________________________ 314.923.3048 _______________________________________ 6:00 pm Check in the Hotel: _______________________________________ Diamond Inn 2875 Highway 100 Villa Ridge, MO 63089 _______________________________________ 7:00 pm Dinner Week One Journal/ Blog entry: ____________________________ _______________________________________ aturday, July 15, 2006 _______________________________________ St. Louis, MO. 8:00 am Breakfast at the Hotel _______________________________________ 9:00 am Depart for Six Flags _______________________________________ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm Six Flags Lunch at Six Flags _______________________________________ 5:00 pm Depart to Macomb _______________________________________ Dinner on the road _______________________________________ 9:30 pm Arrive to Macomb ____________________________ _______________________________________ unday, July 16, 2006! _______________________________________ 10:30 am Mass: St Paul’s Catholic Church or free time _______________________________________ 4:00 pm Tentative Picnic at Dr.Yunker’s house. _______________________________________ ____________________________ vent planner: Other notes: Event (movie, dinner, etc): location: _______________________________________ ______________________________________ _______________________________________ ______________________________________ _______________________________________ ______________________________________ LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  12. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 ourth Week. “Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember. Involve me and I’ll understand.” -Chinese Proverb ULSE CHECK ! Monday, July 17 through Thursday, July 20, 2006 ou have just 10 days left at WIU! ow has the experience been? How do you feel 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast - Olson Cafeteria bout the time you have left and what you have ac- 8:45 am - 12:00 pm English Classes 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch- Olson Cafeteria omplished so far? 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Entrepreneurship and Innovation: ournal entry: The future of Economic Development Room: Stipes 224 ______________________________________ 6:00 pm Dinner _____________________________ ______________________________________ Friday, July 21, 2006 ______________________________________ 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast - Olson Cafeteria 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Lecture by Ted Baartsman ______________________________________ Location: Stipes Hall ( RTBA) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch- Olson Cafeteria ______________________________________ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Lecture by Ted Baartsman Location: Stipes Hall ( RTBA) ______________________________________ 6:00 pm Dinner ______________________________________ _____________________________ Saturday, July 22, 2006 ______________________________________ 8:00 am - 8:45 am Breakfast - Hardee’s ______________________________________ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Lecture by Ted Baartsman Location: Stipes Hall 501 ______________________________________ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Lunch in Stipes Hall ______________________________________ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Lecture by Ted Baartsman Location: Stipes Hall 501 LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  13. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 ifth Week. “If there is a trait which does characterize leaders it is opportunism. Successful people are very often those who steadfastly refuse to be daunted by disadvantage and have the ability to turn disadvantage to good effect. They are people who seize opportunity and take risks. Leadership then seems to be a matter of personality and character.” - John Viney unday, July 23, 2006! Wednesday, July 26, 2006 FREE DAY 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast - Olson Cafeteria 10:30 am Mass: St Paul’s 8:45 am - 12:00 pm English Classes Catholic Church or free time 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch- Olson Cafeteria Note: All the meals on your own. ____________________________ > Free afternoon onday & Tuesday, July 24 & 25, 2006 6:00 pm Dinner & Distribution of Certificates 7:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast - Olson Cafeteria Location: Lamoine Room, 8:45 am - 12:00 pm English Classes University Union _____________________________ 2:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch- Olson Cafeteria Thursday, July 27, 2006 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Seminar. Room: (TBD) >Trip to Chicago, IL. (Breakfast bag) 6:00 pm Dinner ____________________________ 6:30 am Load the Bus. 7:00 am Departure to Chicago LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  14. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 on Voyage! Don't be dismayed by good-byes. A farewell is necessary before you can meet again. And meeting again, after moments or lifetimes, is certain for those who are friends.” Richard Bach hursday, July 27, 2006 Friday, July 28, 2006 Trip to Chicago, IL. (Breakfast bag) > Chicago, IL. > FORMAL DRESS. 6:30 am Load the Bus. 7:00 am Departure to Chicago 9:00 am Meet in Lobby for departure to Transportation WIU b Tri-State Travel Mercantile Exchange. Contact Person: Terry ! Phone: 800.779.4869 or 563.359.1682! 10:00 am Visit of Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Host: Carol Fimmen 30 S. Wacker, 4th Fl :00 pm Check into Hotel. Chicago, IL# 60606 1-800-331-3332 Holiday Inn Chicago-Mart Plaza (Riverview) Noon Shedd Aquarium 350 North Orleans, ! Chicago, IL 60654 Open from 9 am to 10 pm ! ! Admission: $23.00 :00 pm Sears Tower (10 am to 10 pm) ! Group rate $8.00 Bus 3 (King Drive Southbound) 233 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago From Chicago & Michigan to Roosevelt & Michigan. Bus 151 (Sheridan Southbound) Transfer to bus 12 from Pearson & Michigan to (Roosevelt Eastbound) from Roosevelt Adams and Wacker and Michigan to Shedd Aquarium. Fare $2.00 John Hancock Tower (9 am to 11 pm) ! Group rate $8.00 6:00 pm Meet in Hotel lobby to go to Navy Pier. 975 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago (for dinner and entertainment) :00 pm Meet in Hotel Lobby _____________________________ Go for dinner and visit to Millennium Park ____________________________ LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  15. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 Enjoy the last day! Hotel departure checklist: aturday, July 29, 2006 ___ Luggage does not exceed weight limit Chicago, IL. e ready and have breakfast by 9:00 am ___ I have a backpack or carry-on bag :00 am Meet in Lobby for departure to: just in case! ___ VISA, PASSPORT and Airplane Ticket are with me! (not in backpack) ___ I have a pen with me to fill out Immigration forms. ___ No clothes left in drawers or closet. Chicago Museum of Science and Industry Bus No. 10 from corner of Erie and Michigan ___ Bathroom toiletry is packed. Bus Fare is $1.75. ___ Any electrical cords are packed. Musseum hours 9:30 am - 5:30 pm Museum admission: $9.00 ___ Hotel key is returned. Lunch ___ _________________________________ ree afternoon for sightseeing or shopping ___ _________________________________ :30 pm Meet in Lobby to buy picnic and go to Grant Park. ___ _________________________________ :30 pm Local Events TBD ___ _________________________________ LOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY. ! www.wiu.edu/globaled/
  16. 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: ! SUMMER EXCHANGE 2006 WEEKEND Sunday, July 30, 2006 CALENDAR 10:50 am Load bus for departure to airport American Airlines Flight leaves at (Nuevo Leon) All events are subject to 11:00 am Leave hotel change with prior notice. Shuttle to airport For the latest information ! please visit the Global Continental Airport Express Education website or call 888.284.3826 (ext 2316 – Sales Dept) the office at 309.298.2357 JUNE 24TH Departure times: Arrival at WIU Campus. Macomb, IL. UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE QUERETERO (American Airlines – 1597) JUNE 25TH CHICAGO - O’HARE 17:12 > MEXICO CITY 21:18 Orientation Day. Macomb, IL. UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE NUEVO LEON (Mexicana de Aviación - 809) JULY 1ST Abraham Lincoln Museum. > MONTERREYquot; 17:35 CHICAGO - O’HARE quot;14:10 Springfield, IL. JULY 7TH John Deere Harvester. East Moline, IL. Global Education JULY 8TH College of Business and Technology Mark Twain Cave Tour. Stipes Hall # 326 Hannibal, MO. 1 University Circle | Macomb, IL 61455-1390 JULY 9TH E-mail: GlobalEducationCBT@wiu.edu World Cup Final Picnic. Phone: 309/298-2357 Macomb, IL.. JULY 14TH & 15TH Saint Louis, MO. My Name: _______________________ JULY 27TH Departure from WIU. My WIU phone: (309) 298 - _ _ _ _ Bus to Chicago, IL. WIU e-mail: ______________@wiu.edu

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