SIU in the News - March, 2019
Southern Illinoisan – March 17, 2019
… teacher’s college that grew into the modern Southern Illinois University. Carbondale won a hard-fought battle between Southern Illinois towns …
Medical Daily – March 17, 2019
… biological anthropologist Robert Corruccini of Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, said that apart from the introduction of agricultural food ...
Post-Dispatch – March 16, 2019
… quotes Southern Illinois University biologist Jim Garvey: “Probably the reason why the Illinois is ground zero for Asian carp is because of …
Academicimpact.un.org – March 15, 2019
Making planet Earth more sustainable is possible, as an interactive community event at Southern Illinois University Carbondale demonstrated.
Southern Illinoisan – March 14, 2019
Each year, the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at SIU Carbondale receives thousands of pages of reports on the fiscal and political health of Illinois.
WSIU Radio – March 14, 2019
A group of alumni at SIU-Carbondale has created a new scholarship.
WSIL-TV -- March 14, 2019
… part of Southern Illinois University's I.T. Day, where the Esports team held a presentation.
Southern Illinoisan – March 13, 2019
Langelle will look back on his Shawnee photographs in a public presentation on March 19th, at 6:30 p.m., at SIU Carbondale’s Guyon Auditorium.
KHQA-TV – March 12, 2019
… crop for production of fiber or seed," said Karla Gage,assistant professor of Weed Science and Plant Biology at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
NPR – March 12, 2019
Douglas Knutson, a psychologist who studies health and resiliency among LGBTQ populations at Southern Illinois University, said rural trans populations often have high rates of anxiety, depression and suicidality.
KFVS-TV – March 12, 2019
John Jackson with the SIU Carbondale Paul Simon Public Policy Institute says in order to keep the government going the state needs to budget and cut …
Daily Bruin – March 11, 2019
… find them attractive. Researchers at the Southern Illinois University Carbondale found that the placebo effect could also be another factor …
Crain’s Chicago Business --- March 8, 2019
… and George Mocsary, a professor at Southern Illinois University's law school, estimate that less than 10 percent of premiums go to pay claims.
WSIU Radio – March 8, 2019
A group of graduate students at SIU-Carbondale is hosting its second annual Brain Awareness Month.
WSIU In Focus – March 7, 2019
John Jackson, Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, discusses the book “Southern Illinois University at 150 Years: Growth, Accomplishments, and Challenges.”
Southern Illinoisan – March 7, 2019
Twenty-four hours after SIU Carbondale’s third annual SIU Day of Giving, university employees were still counting up donations for the final tally.
WSIL-TV -- March 7, 2019
SIU is gearing up for the largest technology conference in the area. IT Day is Thursday, March 14.
WSIU InFocus – March 6, 2019
SIU Carbondale Chancellor John Dunn about the school's 150th Anniversary, along with the annual Day of Giving campaign.
Southern Illinoisan – March 6, 2019
John Jackson never set out to be a historian of SIU Carbondale. He arrived at SIUC in 1969, the year the university turned 100, as …
WPSD-TV – March 6, 2019
What does 150 years of change look like? Southern Illinois University is celebrating that anniversary this year. One professor is commemorating the occasion with a book about everything the university has faced in his lifetime.
WSIL-TV – March 6, 2019
SIU kicked off celebrations for its 150th anniversary with the annual Day of Giving.
WSIL-TV – March 5, 2019
An artificial intelligence and robotics pioneer is collaborating with the Southern Illinois University on projects to help elderly adults and children with disabilities.
Southern Illinoisan – March 4, 2019
Southern Illinois University Carbondale is launching a yearlong celebration of its 150th anniversary. The commemoration begins March 6 …
Southern Illinoisan – March 4, 2019
… to those projects, however, John Dunn, interim chancellor of the SIU Carbondale campus said the school has a backlog of about $700 million worth of “deferred maintenance” projects.
Southern Illinoisan – March 2, 2019
Early in the fall of 2017, Asia Taylor and her classmates in SIU Carbondale’s freshman orientation course were each asked to write down one of their fears.
WJPF Morning Newswatch – March 1, 2019
Chancellor John Dunn discusses the proposed bachelor’s degree nursing program and higher education funding.
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