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News Archive - Past 30 Articles

June 1, 2020

Rahm Emanuel to discuss mayoral roles in a global community - Former Chicago mayor, White House chief of staff, and U.S. Congressman Rahm Emanuel will share his thoughts on the vital role played by mayors in American public life during a virtual discussion on Thursday hosted by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.

May 29, 2020

PSO ingenuity produces acrylic shield dividers - Utilizing ingenuity and hard work, Plant and Service Operations carpentry shop employees are making acrylic shield dividers for use in authorized areas on campus and at the School of Medicine in Springfield.

May 28, 2020

Media Advisory – Austin A. Lane availability - Austin A. Lane will be available to meet with media representatives virtually at 2 p.m. Friday, May 29, after the SIU Board of Trustees meeting pending approval of his appointment to become SIU Carbondale chancellor.

May 26, 2020

COVID-19 survey shows resiliency, risk of regional businesses - So far, most Southern Illinois small businesses are adapting and hanging tough despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges it has brought, but “if disruption were to continue at the current rate, 40.2 percent of business owners reported that they may be at risk of permanent closure within 1-5 months.”

May 13, 2020

SIU Carbondale earns continued accreditation - Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s accreditation has been extended for 10 years following a comprehensive review by the Higher Learning Commission, the accrediting agency for colleges and universities in 19 states.

May 5, 2020

SIU researcher’s tool would improve tracking, avoidance of COVID-19 cases - In today’s information-heavy society, balancing the handy tools technology provides with the need for privacy is a constant concern. A health crisis such as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic puts that tension in stark relief, as health authorities struggle with keeping the public informed while also protecting private health information.