Southern Illinois University Carbondale reaffirmed the university’s longstanding commitment to sustainability when Chancellor John M. Dunn signed the Second Nature Climate Commitment on February 20, 2020.
Committed to addressing climate change – SIU Carbondale Chancellor John M. Dunn signs the Second Nature Climate Commitment to address climate change through research and action on campus. Seated with Dunn are: from left, Geory Kurtzhals, SIU’s sustainability director, and right, Dylan Gibson, a graduate student studying geography and environmental resources.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale commemorates Women’s History Month 2020 in March with events recognizing the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote.
A March symposium about organic hemp and cannabis will provide practical information and tools for new and experienced growers, producers and processers.
Openings are available for the annual “Give Kids A Smile Day” at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s College of Agricultural Sciences will host the 68th Annual All Ag Banquet on Friday, Feb. 28. The event celebrates the accomplishments of students, faculty and alumni.
The 24th annual “Celebrate Women: Honoring Inclusive Excellence” reception and awards ceremony at Southern Illinois University Carbondale on March 5 will offer a unique opportunity to honor women and support scholarships.
A presentation that assesses why a proposal that would allow terminally ill patients to obtain medical assistance to end their lives should be passed by the Illinois General Assembly is the focus of the 2020 John and Marsha Ryan Bioethicist in Residence lecture next week at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Darryl Kent Clark first saw a production of “The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!)” nearly a decade ago. Over the next nine years, Clark, an assistant professor in Theater specializing in musical theater dance, kept the idea of the performance in the back of his mind. This weekend, the hilarious musical will be a reality on the McLeod Theater stage.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale students will have the chance to think outside the box about math starting this week with a new series of customized “labs” from the mathematics faculty.
A statewide organization is recognizing the applied engineering and technology programs at Southern Illinois University Carbondale for its pursuit of excellence.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale has spent its 150th anniversary year celebrating its past and looking toward its future. The focus on the future continues with the 2020 Day of Giving on March 4, when university alumni and friends can support a range of programs and initiatives that will move the university forward.