SIU in the News - August, 2019
Toronto Globe and Mail – Aug. 22, 2019
... reprieves for men who might feel intimidated by shifting gender relations outside of the barbershop,” says Kristen Barber, a sociologist at Southern Illinois University and author of Styling Masculinity: Gender, Class and Inequality in the Men’s Grooming Industry.
WSIU InFocus – Aug. 21, 2019
SIU Journalism Ethics Professor Bill Babcock, the International Editor and Asia Editor for the Christian Science Monitor during the Tienanmen Square Massacre in 1989, discusses similarities between that incident, and the tensions building in Hong Kong today.
WSIL-TV – Aug. 21, 2019
For more than a decade, the SIU Center For Autism Spectrum Disorders has been helping kids with autism get the therapy they need at no cost.
WORT Radio 89.9-FM – Aug. 20, 2019
Kristen Barber, SIU Carbondale Sociology and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies program director, joins a panel discussion on masculinity, what it means in society, and how to address violence and aggression.
KFVS12-TV – Aug. 19, 2019
Monday beginning the start of the Fall semester at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale for students, faculty, and staff.
Southern Illinoisan -- Aug. 19, 2019
As campus comes alive with fresh and familiar faces, work is being done to ensure that those new to campus have everything they need to succeed and weave themselves into the fabric of Southern Illinois University.
WPSDLocal 6 – Aug. 19, 2019
But the Constitution requires that it count all people, not just citizens,' said John Jackson, a political expert with the Southern Illinois University Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.
Southern Illinoisan --- Aug. 17, 2019
Southern Illinois welcomed new students back to Southern Illinois University Carbondale with a bit of local flavor.
News-Gazette – Aug. 17, 2019
He’s widely published and, since 2015, has been an assistant professor in the department of geography and environmental resources at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale — teaching, researching and working with students pursuing advanced degrees.
WSIU Radio – Aug. 16, 2019
The SIU Carbondale campus now has a new arena. Walking past the north end of the SIU Student Center you’ll see something a bit different.
WPSDLocal 6 – Aug. 16, 2019
It's that time of year again. Southern Illinois University students in Carbondale are moving their things back on campus. There are a lot of factors that go into making your college decision, and many of them involve money.
Southern Illinoisan Lifestyles Magazine – Aug. 16, 2019
During the week of April 23, Southern Illinois University students in the Hospitality, Tourism and Administration program along with Fashion Design and Merchandising programs worked with the Advertising specialization of the School of Journalism to bring a fun week to the SIU campus and around downtown Carbondale.
SIU Profile | Unexpected: Pinckney Benedict doesn’t fit the traditional stereotype of creative writing professor
Southern Illinoisan – Aug. 16, 2019
… started but never finished, throw away any preconceived notions you may have of Southern Illinois University creative writing professor Pinckney Benedict. The traditional stereotypes don’t …
WSIU Radio -- Aug. 16, 2019
is a collaboration between Southern Illinois University and Southern Illinois Healthcare. It houses a medical clinic and will be home to the SIU family medicine residency program and the SIU physician assistant program.
WSIL-TV – Aug. 15, 2019
A brand new facility in Carbondale will not only offer a new place for patients to find help, but somewhere for medical students to learn. The multi-million dollar facility is a collaboration between Southern Illinois Healthcare and Southern Illinois University School of Medicine.
WSIL-TV – Aug. 15, 2019
It's not just back to class for grade school students, but it's almost the start of the fall semester for Southern Illinois University students.
FarmWeekNow – Aug. 15, 2019
Southern Illinois University Assistant Professor Amir Sadeghpour, Ph.D., discussed his three-year phosphorus and manure application rate research project that just kicked off at the Meyer Farm.
WSIU InFocus – Aug. 14, 2019
Nancy Mundschenk, SIU Carbondale Teacher Preparation program director, discusses the impact of a new state law that eliminates a basic skills test for potential teachers in Illinois.
Divorcing Cook County?: Political scientist, New Illinois Chairman weigh-in on financial ramification of state uncoupling
The Navigator Journal – Aug. 14, 2019
“We certainly did not ‘cherry pick’ our data,” said John Jackson, Emeritus Professor of Political Science, Visiting Professor at the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at Southern Illinois University Carbondale and co-author of the study in question. “…Our paper is based on the most comprehensive and reliable data set available.”
MedPage Today.com – Aug. 14, 2019
Susan Thomas Hingle, MD, past chair of the American College of Physicians Board of Regents and a leader of the ACP's Physician Well-Being and Professional Satisfaction initiative, was asked for her impressions of UCSD's project. She is the associate dean at Southern Illinois University's Center for Human Organizational Potential, and for her, physician wellness is a keystone issue.
WSIU InFocus – Aug. 13, 2019
WSIU's Jennifer Fuller talks with Interim SIUC Chancellor John Dunn about the upcoming 2019 Fall Semester, new Nursing Program, and more.
Science News – Aug. 13, 2019
It would be as if “these fish want to drive on the interstate and they’re looking for a Cracker Barrel or some other food,” says Jim Garvey, an aquatic ecologist at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale …
Southern Illinoisan – Aug. 11, 2019
When Illinois Board of Higher Education approved a proposal from SIU to offer a bachelor’s degree in nursing at the Carbondale campus, everyone was excited about the potential it brings to the region.
Franklin Banner-Tribune – Aug. 11, 2019
Nemo has been kayaking the length of the Mississippi River in order to raise awareness and enlist support to end veteran suicide. He is the Veteran Adventures Coordinator at Southern Illinois University’s Touch of Nature Environmental Center.
KFVS-TV – Aug. 9, 2019
Scott Collins, director of the School of Health Sciences, discusses creation of the four-year nursing degree.
The Diplomat.com – Aug. 8, 2019
occasions, especially outside of densely-populated urban areas,” said Lisa Brooten, an associate professor at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and a longtime Myanmar media scholar. If it becomes a tool to control information in conflict-hit zones, “such shutdowns …
WSIL-TV – Aug. 7, 2019
Southern Illinois Healthcare (SIH) and Southern Illinois University-Carbondale (SIUC) are teaming up to create a nursing program after the Illinois Board of Higher Education approved the plan.
Randolph County Herald Tribune – Aug. 7, 2019
… led to a Memorandum of Understanding between Southern Illinois University Carbondale's Innovation and Economic Development office and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) to undertake the studies. "It has been a privilege for the SIU team to facilitate both task forces," said SIU Chancellor John Dunn. "We have been so impressed …
KFVS-TV – Aug. 7, 2019
The Illinois Board of Higher Education just approved the creation of a nursing program for Southern Illinois University Carbondale on Wednesday, Aug. 6.
Southern Illinoisan – Aug. 6, 2019
The Southern Illinois University community received exciting news from Illinois Board of Higher Education today in Aurora as the IBHE approved proposals for four programs at SIU.
WSIU Radio -- Aug. 6, 2019
The Illinois Board of Higher Education has approved a new nursing program for SIU's Carbondale campus.
WSIU InFocus – Aug. 5, 2019
For over a year, southern Illinois stakeholders spearheaded by SIU Carbondale's Innovation and Economic Development and State Senator Paul Schimpf, have been gathering input and compiling a study highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of the World Shooting and Recreational Complex in Randolph County, and Perry County's Pyramid State Recreation Area.
FarmWeekNow.com – Aug. 4, 2019
Farmers and conservationists have used dry dams for years to stop soil erosion. Now Southern Illinois University (SIU) researchers will learn the impact dry dams, also called water and sediment control basins or WASCOBs, have on water quality and nutrient management.
Chicago Tribune – Aug. 2, 2019
Southern Illinois University’s Carbondale campus is launching a new esports arena as it embraces a new era of competition and electronic gaming.
Chicago Tribune – Aug. 1, 2019
John Jackson, a professor of political science at the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at SIU Carbondale, says that anti-Chicago sentiment has always been a part of downstate thinking — and the state’s politicians have always exploited it.
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