Soon you may be able to sit back and enjoy a nice tall pour of a flagship beer brewed by students at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Poor funding, underemployment and misinformation are all common challenges for proper land management in the United States. But while travelling internationally, several Southern Illinois University Carbondale students have discovered unique solutions.
Jyotsna Kapur, a longtime Southern Illinois University Carbondale faculty member, will be taking on a new role as director of the University Honors Program. Under Kapur’s leadership, the program is set to become even more vital.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale has awarded undergraduate research grants to more than 30 students, all of whom will work on a project guided by a faculty mentor this coming fall semester.
The tugboat, towboat and barge industry is subtly, yet deeply, involved in the stability of the American economy. Every year, over 760 million tons of cargo are moved on river waterways, supporting over 300,000 jobs nationwide. But for those working on these vessels, health risks have become a serious concern.
SIU offers unique new curriculum and instruction master’s program featuring hybrid of online and summer classes
A program reinvention at Southern Illinois University Carbondale means traditional and non-traditional educators can now earn a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction in just four semesters via a unique, flexible format that combines summer classroom courses in a non-traditional location with online courses the rest of the year.
Bad service can actually affect the way food tastes to us at a restaurant or how clean we think our hotel rooms are.
Professor uses discarded trees from Southern Illinois to sculpt art on display at Contemporary Art Center
Old tree limbs are usually seen as a nuisance and hassle. But for sculptor and professor Jerry Monteith, they provide the beginnings of a masterpiece.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute is making recommendations to improve congressional town hall meetings in Illinois. The Institute has been working for several months with the Lugar Center in Washington, D.C., on its University Project for Bipartisan Collaboration. The center asked eight universities to develop programs to improve bipartisanship and civil discourse in their respective states.
Understanding Tolkien’s invented language: professor to give pre-show lectures before “The Hobbit” performances
Orcs, trolls and middle-earth mythology are coming to the Varsity Center this month, and J.R.R. Tolkien’s secret language is about to be uncovered.
What began as a foundational film production class assignment for Southern Illinois University Carbondale cinema student and filmmaker Kelechi Agwuncha is earning national recognition.
SIU teams up with a university in India to provide students with a unique economic and cultural experience
International experience has proven to give students increased self-clarity and creativity for personal and professional success. That is one reason Southern Illinois University Carbondale has partnered with a university in India to train the next generation of economic leaders.