Southern Illinois University Carbondale today (Jan. 7) earned significant national recognition for its commitment to service and outreach.
A lecture next week at Southern Illinois University Carbondale will examine the question of when a person is legally dead.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Touch of Nature Environmental Center is hosting a series of bird-watching hikes in March.
Peter C. Alexander, former dean of the Southern Illinois University School of Law, returns to the Carbondale campus to deliver the Charles D. Tenney Distinguished Lecture for spring 2015.
The anticipated spring thaw will bring opportunities for the public and Southern Illinois University Carbondale students to learn about some of the most beautiful natural places in the region.
It’s not too late for outdoor enthusiasts to sign up for a spring break trip to one of the country’s most beautiful regions as Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Touch of Nature Environmental Center has combined two adventure experiences into one and extended the registration deadline.
A goal of the SIU Jazz Festival is teaching music students to get off the page.
Several activities are set as Southern Illinois University Carbondale celebrates First Generation College Student Awareness Week. The events, with the theme “Making My Family Proud,” run Saturday, Feb. 28, through Thursday, March 5.
The Illinois House of Representatives will honor the nation’s best intercollegiate flight team, the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Flying Salukis, later this week in Springfield.
A pair of special events at Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Morris Library in March will celebrate women and their history.
Students interested in becoming a Saluki cheerleader will have the opportunity to hone their skills next month.
To make a positive change in someone’s perception of the world around them, start with a bike rack. Or a crosswalk.