It turns out that what you don’t know about vaping can hurt you. That’s the conclusion health officials at Southern Illinois University Carbondale reached after conducting a student survey.
Engineering faculty and students are working hard to make the upcoming Student Steel Bridge Competition national finals a huge success at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
There are several opportunities this summer for children in the region to receive free preventive dental services through the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Dental Sealant Grant Program.
Community superstars are taking to the stage this June to compete in the light-hearted and entertaining “Singing with the Stars” competition. Hosted by the Friends of McLeod Summer Playhouse, the annual “no-talent required” competition includes musical acts by a local CEO, a doctor, a director and more.
Two special presentations took place recently as Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s College of Business presented awards to recognize notable alumni and business leaders.
Check out some free, live musical performances at Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Student Center.
Interstellar travel may be a thing of the future, but how will people communicate if it actually happens? Southern Illinois University linguistics professor Jeffrey Punske is on the topic, presenting his unique perspective at the European Space Agency’s upcoming Interstellar Travel workshop.
Maintaining a winning legacy and edge can be difficult without a complete team effort.
When president emeritus of Bangkok University Thanu Kulachol walked on the Southern Illinois University Campus as a student in the 1970s, it was just the beginning of an international relationship between the two universities. Now, a new endowed scholarship continues Kulachol’s mission forward.
Growing up with Type 1 diabetes makes childhood and teenage years a bit more challenging, but Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Touch of Nature Environmental Center is offering something fun especially created for youths ages 9-15 who have Type 1 diabetes.
A look at the history and development of the SIU School of Law is set for Tuesday at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.