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Regina with cheetah cub

Regina Mossotti, a former zoology graduate student at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, holds a three-week-old cheetah cub. Her recently published study shows that female cheetahs can use urine to detect which males would make the best mates. The study could lead to better captive breeding programs. (Photo provided)

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Focus on Illinois’ history highlights Simon Institute fall 2018 lineup

As Illinois celebrates its 200th anniversary and gears up for high-stakes state and national elections this fall, Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute has developed a program of speakers that focuses on Illinois history and the role of leadership in our state and nation.

Library of Living Philosophers receives grant for new publication

On the cusp of its 36th publication, the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Library of Living Philosophers, housed in the philosophy department, will receive funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities in support of a new and unique collaborative research project.

Military personnel, veterans and families invited to enjoy free Warrior Welcome Weekend

Good, old-fashioned fun and camaraderie are in store for veterans, active duty service personnel and their families at the Veteran Adventures Warrior Welcome Weekend, Aug. 25-26, at Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Touch of Nature Environmental Center. This two-day event is free to all members of any veteran, military, ROTC and National Guard members and their families.

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