A team from a southern university is the latest group planning to travel to Southern Illinois University Carbondale next summer for the total solar eclipse.
A team of students and researchers from Louisiana State University plans to launch two large weather balloons like the one shown here from Saluki Stadium in order to take real-time video and conduct scientific experiments during the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017. Scientific instruments and video equipment will be suspended from the balloon, as shown in this picture of a previous launch. (Photo provided)
Southern Illinois University Carbondale will celebrate Black History Month with a variety of special presentations, exhibits and activities during the month of February.
The Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at Southern Illinois University Carbondale has awarded the spring 2017 Gene Callahan Internship at the Illinois State Capitol to Jacob Selsor.
Nothing makes a trip to Egypt complete like participating in a mummification ritual. Or, for those who prefer Greece, building a sundial on the beach to better understand ancient astronomy.
Some people are born problem- and puzzle-solvers. They are the people who might be able to translate a few basic, English sentences into the Austronesian language Malay, or figure out Cistercian monk sign language, with just a few hints.
Two students who work with Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute are receiving the Mike Lawrence Scholarship and the institute’s Director’s Award.
For the third consecutive year, Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s online MBA program has earned a spot among the top 40 “Best Online MBA Programs” according to U.S. News and World Report.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s third annual Indoor Ironman event will soon commence.
Finding and responding early to invasive pests is the key to managing them and the First Detector Workshop hosted by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Touch of Nature Environmental Center later this month is the place to be to learn more.
Southern Illinois University System President Randy Dunn today (Jan. 6) announced that none of SIU’s three locations -- Carbondale, Edwardsville and the School of Medicine in Springfield -- will be designated a sanctuary campus.
NASPA-Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education is honoring Southern Illinois University Carbondale for its longstanding commitment to non-traditional students.
Judge Jessica Arong O’Brien, the first Filipina elected to the Circuit Court of Cook County, will be the keynote speaker at the SIU School of Law Women in Leadership workshop at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.