SIU in the News - November, 2018
WILL-Radio – Nov. 15, 2018
Nicole Davis, SIU Carbondale Animal Science Food and Nutrition, provides some cooking tips ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Daily Egyptian – Nov. 15, 2018
… SIU’s Department of Anthropology, to help investigate the remains.
WSIU InFocus – Nov. 15, 2018
Keith Gagnon, SIU Carbondale Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, discusses his Nov. 15 presentation, "Back to the Future: From Understanding to Engineering the Human Genome." The presentation is at 7 p.m. at The Science Center at University Mall in Carbondale.
Southern Illinoisan – Nov. 14, 2018
Southern Illinois University Carbondale has forgiven $7,000 in parking tickets in exchange for donations of peanut butter. A one-day food drive, which took place Nov. 9, gave …
WSIL-TV – Nov. 14, 2018
John Jackson, SIU Carbondale Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, discusses the upcoming Illinois legislative veto session.
WSIU InFocus – Nov. 13, 2018
Lori Stettler, SIU Carbondale vice chancellor for Student Affairs, discusses the expansion of E-Sports on campus and changes within student life.
WSIL-TV – Nov. 13, 2018
Dozens of students plan for their future at a job fair, organized by the SIU College of Business.
Southern Illinoisan – Nov. 12, 2018
Neely Hall, one of SIU Carbondale’s iconic 17-story towers, will reopen to students next fall, according to Jon Shaffer, director of University Housing. Neely and two other East Campus high rise dorms …
C-SPAN2 BookTV – Nov. 11, 2018
John Shaw, Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, discusses his research on the 10-week period between the 1960 presidential election and President John Kennedy’s January 1961 inauguration. The interview was Oct. 6 at Barnes & Noble in Carbondale.
KFVS-TV – Nov. 9, 2018
… For today only, students at Southern Illinois University Carbondale had the unique opportunity to kill two birds with, well, two jars of peanut butter …
Belleville News-Democrat – Nov. 9, 2018
… looks solidly Republican at this point,” said John Shaw, the director of Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute. “The Democrats ran one of the best candidates they could …
New SIU med school program will train some students entirely in Southern Illinois, with aim to fill rural health care gap
Southern Illinoisan – Nov. 9, 2018
… SIU School of Medicine is planning major additions to its curriculum that would bring more medical students, physician assistants and doctors to Carbondale and areas of rural Southern Illinois …
WSIU Radio -- Nov. 8, 2018
Paul Copeland, SIU Carbondale Veterans Services coordinator, discusses the commemoration of Veterans Day across Carbondale and SIU.
WSIU Radio – Nov. 7, 2018
John Jackson, SIU Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, discusses the Nov. 6 election results that shows despite gains for Democrats across Illinois, the southern part of the state is bucking that trend and will likely be a stronghold for Republicans for the foreseeable future. He also discusses what might be ahead for the state legislature’s veto session.
KFVS-TV – Nov. 7, 2018
… growing number of states to legalize marijuana to some capacity after the 2018 midterms, Southern Illinois University Carbondale is set to offer new programs focused on educating …
Columbus Dispatch – Nov. 6, 2018
… approaches like Whitehall’s have proved effective in other cities, said Tammy Rinehart Kochel, a professor of criminology at Southern Illinois University. Analyzing the patterns that drive problems allows …
WJPF-AM – Nov. 5, 2018
John Jackson, SIU Carbondale Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, discusses mid-term election voter turnout, Illinois’ gubernatorial race and political party identification.
WSIL-TV -- Nov. 4, 2018
Hundreds of technology enthusiasts spent the weekend experimenting with drones, robots and 3D printers at Southern Illinois University.
Southern Illinoisan -- Nov. 3, 2018
A new initiative to study cannabis has researchers excited across the Southern Illinois University Carbondale campus. In the next year, the university will be clearing a five-acre field ...
Southern Illinoisan – Nov. 2, 2018
… a student in the SIU School of Medicine’s Physician Assistant Program, and Miller, a resident in the med school’s Carbondale Family Medicine Program, were assigned to experience life as impoverished senior citizens, as part of a School of Medicine "poverty simulation,"
WSIU InFocus - Nov. 2, 2018
WSIU's Jennifer Fuller talks with organizers of the 2018 Veterans Legal Clinic at the SIU School of Law - Lucas Park, Martin Parsons, and Kayla Estes.
Politico – Nov. 1, 2018
… decline in prices that they blame the president and blame his surrogates like Mike Bost?” said John Jackson, a political scientist who has been with Southern Illinois University in Carbondale in the southern part of the district since …
WPSD-TV – Nov. 1, 2018
… fully fund their music programs. Southern Illinois University Carbondale student Brenden Tisler hosted a benefit concert with several local artists in Carbondale. The money will be donated to Maple Grove Elementary School music program …
Southern Illinoisan – Nov. 1, 2018
WSIU, based at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, operates the PBS and NPR stations WSIU-TV/FM Carbondale, WUSI-TV/FM Olney, and WVSI-FM Mt. Vernon. It will merge with Network Knowledge, operator of …
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