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Volunteers needed for student move-in

The fall semester will soon begin at Southern Illinois University Carbondale and once again, volunteers will play a critical role in welcoming thousands of students to Carbondale and helping them move into on-campus residences.

Workshops will focus on starting a business

If you find the idea of being your own boss and owning your own business appealing, you will want to check out an upcoming workshop series being presented by the Illinois Small Business Development Center/International Trade Center at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

NSA grant funds cybersecurity scholarships

A National Security Agency grant will provide funds for students from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and seven regional community colleges to prepare for careers in cybersecurity.

Workshop offers business transition assistance

Helping family businesses and other closely owned enterprises continue to be successful during and after a change in ownership is the focus of an upcoming event at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

High school students to explore business careers

Minority high school students from all over the United States will visit Southern Illinois University Carbondale and its College of Business for a weeklong program that enables them to explore careers in accounting and business.

McNair Scholars recognized for research

A senior in the College of Mass Communication and Media Arts is the winner of this year’s McNair Scholars Summer Research Symposium at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

Kitchens presents at White House workshop

Southern Illinois University Carbondale staff member Jeanne Kitchens was selected to make a presentation recently at a White House Inter-Agency Open Policy Workshop in Washington, D.C., due to her extensive experience with open education resources.

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