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Alumnus named Illinois state historian

A Southern Illinois University Carbondale alumnus is the 10th Illinois state historian, appointed Tuesday, July 26, by the trustees of the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency.

Jennie Mook holds Texas horned lizard hatchling

Research focuses on demise of Texas horned lizard

The horned lizard is well-loved part of culture in its range, which stretches from Kansas through Oklahoma and into Texas. But the once plentiful species has been harder to find in recent years.

Choudhary Nutrition Lab

Researchers shining light on food waste, freshness

From the turnip that falls off the truck to the yucky stuff we scrape off our plates, food waste in the United States accounts for 30 percent to 40 percent of the food supply. That’s about 133 billion pounds of food or approximately $161 billion annually.

Center funds three energy-related studies

A Southern Illinois University Carbondale center dedicated to finding energy solutions for tomorrow is funding three studies by researchers that are designed to increase efficiency and preserve the environment.

Study explores bullying, prevention in area schools

Researchers from Southern Illinois University Carbondale are assessing perceptions of school safety, experiences of bullying and strategies for promoting safe and supportive learning environments in schools across the region.

SIU recognized for serving students with disabilities

Southern Illinois University Carbondale has long been a leader in assuring students with disabilities have access to a good college education, and that ongoing commitment recently earned two national rankings.

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