After a nearly 200-year absence, Illinois is once again a home where the buffalo -- bison, that is -- roam.
Studying bison -- Southern Illinois University Carbondale graduate student Julia Brockman, left, works with two others to prepare special collars fitted with global positioning system technology. The collars, fitted on several female bison, will send back their location via email. The data will help SIU researchers learn more about how the newly reintroduced bison manage the prairie where they live. Brockman will earn her master’s in forestry during the next two years in part by assisting in the research for The Nature Conservancy. (Photo provided)
Throughout his career, Todd Darnstaedt has developed a loyal clientele in the automotive repair and maintenance business.
He’s gone from being nationally ranked as one of the best debaters in the country to being one of the best debate coaches.
“The Light That Shatters Darkness,” a special exhibit featuring coal mining poetry and photographs, is coming to Morris Library at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
T.J. Martin, owner of TJ’s Fine Jewelry in Carbondale, has more than 20 years of experience in the jewelry business. When he opened his store in 2005, his goal was offering customer service at a level far above the norm.
Sometimes the view from the sidelines is the best seat in the house – even at an art auction.
Commencement exercises for fall graduates at Southern Illinois University Carbondale will be Saturday, Dec. 13.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale continues to earn national recognition for educational services it provides to student veterans.
Registered voters in Illinois show strong support for two key provisions of a gun crime bill which is pending in the legislature, according to a recent statewide public opinion poll by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.
Cheryl Burke Jarvis, a marketing professor and administrator at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, recently earned recognition for having her research cited frequently by other professionals in the field.
Race and real estate get a time-warp double exposure at Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s McLeod Theater next week as the Department of Theater presents the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play “Clybourne Park.”
A political science student is this year’s Lincoln Academy of Illinois student laureate for Southern Illinois University Carbondale.