Though Aug. 21, 2017, seems like a long way off, it’s not too early to begin making plans to be at the Eclipse Crossroads of America.
“alt.news 26:46,” a long-running television magazine program produced by Southern Illinois University Carbondale students, continues to garner professional recognition.
Illinois state Sen. David Luechtefeld, R-Okawville, will receive the Ralph Dunn Public Service Award from Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.
“Coffee with a Cop” returns to Southern Illinois University Carbondale for a second year beginning in September.
The University Honors program offers opportunities for faculty and staff as well as for students.
As members of the campus community settle into the fall semester, there are still plenty of opportunities for faculty and staff to volunteer during Weeks of Welcome, which run through Sept. 12.
The eighth annual SIRIS Classic Vinyl & Media Sale will be at University Mall in Carbondale next month.
The deadline for faculty, staff and graduate students to submit conference proposals for next month’s Women’s Leadership Conference is Friday, Sept. 4.
A new session is added to the College of Applied Sciences and Arts’ second multidisciplinary research symposium on Nov. 21.
The Office of Diversity and Equity, along with the Department of Public Safety, is offering Gender-based Violence Training.
School of Medicine researcher Kathleen Campbell, professor in the Department of Surgery, has secured a five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to advance her decades of research in hearing loss prevention and treatment.
Sheri Poe is a nationally recognized entrepreneur, an acclaimed speaker, a women’s advocate and the mother of four. She is also the victim of a sexual assault that she suffered as an idealistic 19-year-old college freshman, and she will share the story of her journey from survivor to “thriver” during a September visit to Southern Illinois University Carbondale.