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.
A high-profile case of an Australian woman wrongly convicted of the death of her daughter will be discussed at the SIU School of Law next week.
Exceptional efforts in the classroom and in their communities are among the qualities of this year’s Chancellor’s Scholars at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
SIU Day, a celebration of Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s connection to the region, is coming to the Du Quoin State Fair on Sunday, Aug. 28.
“Finding Grey Dawg” is the theme for Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Family Carnival, a fun afternoon created especially for SIU families with children.
Touch of Nature Environmental Center, Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s unique outdoor experiential education facility, is hosting two special events to help restore and expand the extensive trail system.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale is taking steps to ensure the nutritional needs of students are being met.
Last spring’s “Give and Go!” move-out recycling campaign at Southern Illinois University Carbondale continues to benefit students, community members and local service organizations.
New and returning Southern Illinois University Carbondale students will find numerous special events and activities when they arrive for the fall 2016 semester.
A September workshop at Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Touch of Nature Environmental Center offers area teachers, educators and others who work with children in grades 5-12 a chance to learn about the Stream Discovery Program, a unique environmental education project.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale is creating Salukis SPEAK (Solutions for Peace and Equality through Advocacy and Knowledge), a series of focused discussions designed to encourage learning, engagement and interaction outside of the classroom.
If conservation is important, there must be a reason for the importance, a demonstrable value that goes beyond mere aesthetics. Southern Illinois University Carbondale graduate student Mark Healy is focusing his research on describing that value in practical terms, of finding ways to measure how natural ecosystems benefit society and individuals and why conservation is worth the trouble. That field of study is called “quantification of ecosystem services.”