Students and faculty from the SIU School of Law and SIU School of Medicine are partners in a unique collaboration designed to streamline and bolster disability claims for Illinois military veterans.
The academic achievements of more than 1,100 Southern Illinois University Carbondale students will be celebrated at fall 2019 commencement exercises on Dec. 14.
Daniel F. Mahony, president of Winthrop University in South Carolina, has been selected to serve as president of the Southern Illinois University System. The SIU Board of Trustees will vote on his appointment during its December 5 meeting on the system’s Carbondale campus.
Art Over Easy, the annual art auction and show hosted by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s School of Art and Design, is back for a 15th year and features a new twist.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale will recognize 372 employees for their service and commitment to the university in a ceremony and reception Dec. 3 in Student Center Ballroom D.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale will recognize 147 retiring employees for their service to the university in a ceremony and reception Dec. 3 in Student Center Ballroom D.
Meera Komarraju, who has served SIU Carbondale as its interim provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs since April 2018, will see the interim label removed from her title, pending approval of the university’s Board of Trustees.
The 41st annual Holiday Craft Sale at Southern Illinois University Carbondale is gift-giving made easy – whether you’re buying for all those special people on your shopping list or for yourself.
’Tis the season for holiday concerts. And the combined forces of the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Choral Union and the SIU Concert Choir will present George Frideric Handel’s famous “Messiah” on Thursday, Nov. 21 at Shryock Auditorium.
Creativity and innovative thinking were in abundant supply when hundreds of technology enthusiasts converged at Southern Illinois University Carbondale for the seventh annual HackSI event, Nov. 2-3. The “hackathon” has grown by leaps and bounds since it began just a few years ago and at the end of the two-day brainstorming session, several teams and individuals walked away with bragging rights and prizes.
It’s difficult to “three-peat” in any sport or competition. But the Daily Egyptian, Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s student-produced newspaper, accomplished that earlier this month in capturing one of the nation’s top online collegiate awards.
A collection of Southern Illinois University Carbondale students and young professionals from the area started rehearsing for a production of “Twisted” right before Halloween, and they’re ready to show off a parody of Disney geared toward adults this week.