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.
Two finalists for the position of chancellor of Southern Illinois University Carbondale will meet with members of the university’s Board of Trustees on June 3 in the Stone Center on campus.
A popular summertime tradition returns to Carbondale for the 37th year when the Sunset Concert Series kicks off its 2015 season on June 18.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s inaugural Mindfulness Camp for Kids earlier this spring was so popular that a new session is planned for this summer.
David Lynch, a May 2014 political science and economics graduate from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, is a recipient of the North-American Interfraternity Conference Undergraduate Award of Distinction.
As defending National Intercollegiate Flying Association champions, Prescott R. Dean, Sean S. Gipe and the other members of the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Flying Salukis understood they were targets.
Rapidly changing technological innovations, including mobile devices and apps, could return the nation’s health care system to a time many believed was gone forever: House calls, albeit likely virtual.
Almost two dozen students recently qualified for a Southern Illinois University Carbondale award that funds undergraduate research and creative activities for promising projects and students.
A Southern Illinois University Carbondale student from Nairobi, Kenya, will pursue her doctoral degree at SIU with the help of an International Grant from the American Association of University Women.
From assisting cancer patients in need of rehabilitation to helping people gain perspective into political machinations on the local, state and federal levels, public and professional service are benchmarks for Southern Illinois University’s 2015 Lindell W. Sturgis Award recipients.
Personnel matters dominated today’s (May 14) meeting of the Southern Illinois University Board of Trustees.
As a mother of three young children who was working full-time, Charlaina Johnson knew completing college would be a challenge.