SIU Today - October 30, 2017

SIU to celebrate Native American Heritage Month

The university is celebrating Native American Heritage Month in November by hosting a number of special events and presentations. More

NOAA grant funds SIU drought monitoring research

Trent Ford, geography and environmental resources, aims to improve our view of soil moisture for national drought monitoring and forecasting efforts. More

Childress Scholarship grows benefitting business students

A $2 million bequest to the James B. and Rosemary S. Childress Scholarship endowment will allow College of Business students to benefit even more in the future. More

‘They Call Me Q’ is tonight

Qurrat “Q” Kadwani’s award-winning Off Broadway solo show, “They Call Me Q,” is at 6 p.m., today, Monday, Oct. 30, in the Student Center Auditorium.  The University Honors Program, its Cultural Experiences and Diversity group, and the LGBTQ Resource Center, host the show. More

Flying Salukis’ dominating performance earns trip to nationals

The Flying Salukis’ depth and scoring power paved the way for team’s seventh straight National Intercollegiate Flying Association Region VIII title Saturday, Oct. 28 at Quincy Regional Airport. More

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