Guest speakers, community service projects, discussions, an immigration simulation, movies, festivals and much more are planned as Southern Illinois University Carbondale celebrates Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month Sept. 14 to Oct. 14.
Humans have a multiplicity of effects on the planet and its environment. Understanding, discussing, and ultimately improving that many-faceted relationship is the goal of a project coming to Southern Illinois University Carbondale in October.
A comedic look at 1980s horror flicks, a classic Harper Lee story, a Pulitzer prize-winning drama and a musical to beat all musicals are all part of the 2019-20 season lineup for Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Department of Theater. To wrap up the season, there will also be a special free production, as part of the Big Muddy New Play Festival, featuring student works.
A unique fun twist on the traditional 5k run is coming to Southern Illinois University Carbondale this Halloween season.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author David M. Kennedy will deliver the Morton-Kenney lecture on Monday at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Here’s a special rollcall just for veterans. If you’ve ever considered starting your own business or if you own a business and would like to see it grow, check out the 2019 Veterans Small Business Roadshow at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
A new professional development event at Southern Illinois University Carbondale can help you prepare for career success or lift off to a new level.
Podcasting is all the rage these days. But the truth is that anyone can get in on this audio or video broadcast on demand bandwagon; learn how at a free informational presentation at Southern Illinois University Carbondale Thursday.
Pick Up and Paddle is a two-pronged event giving people the opportunity to do something nice for Mother Nature and enjoy some of the amenities she offers.
SIU Board of Trustees Chair J. Phil Gilbert has announced the launch of a search for a new chancellor for the Carbondale campus.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale has taken on a new challenge for 2019 and you’re invited to be part of this national “Mother Nature-meets March-Madness contest.”