SIU in the News - January, 2019
WSIU Radio – Jan. 16, 2019
A researcher at SIU-Carbondale is studying the impact of public scrutiny on police officers. Tammy Kochel conducted surveys with the St. Louis County Police Department …
WSIU Radio – Jan. 15, 2019
WSIU's Jennifer Fuller talks with Interim SIUC Chancellor John Dunn.
WSIL-TV – Jan. 15, 2019
An undergraduate student at Southern Illinois University, and her professor made a new discovery that may make history.
Southern Illinoisan – Jan. 15, 2019
… wrote a chapter about Grover Thompson. Valerie Laforte, a student at SIU School of Law involved in the SI Innocence Project, read that Echols was having a book signing …
KFVS-TV – Jan. 15, 2019
In 2011, SIU law students and the Downstate Illinois Innocence Project began investigating Grover Thompson’s case. In 2012, the group, along with police from Carbondale and Cape Girardeau …
WJPF Radio – Jan. 15, 2019
Paul Echols, Criminology and Criminal Justice, discusses his work that also involved SIU School of Law students and the Illinois Innocence Project work to exonerate a man sentenced to prison for attempted murder.
WSIU Radio – Jan. 14, 2019
In December 2018, Chris Benda, a botanist who teaches a plant identification course at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, hiked the entire length …
Southern Illinoisan – Jan. 13, 2019
… documenting the recovery. As an anthropologist at SIU Carbondale, Barrios is interested in crisis. Studying the way we respond to a natural disaster, he believes, can tell us …
KFVS-TV – Jan. 10, 2019
Students at SIUC’s Aviation Program will soon take to the skies in brand new Cessna 172s. Flight instructors with the program ...
WSIU InFocus – Jan. 10, 2019
… we visit with Chris Benda, a botanist who teaches a plant identification course at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. In December of 2018 Chris hiked the entire length …
WSIU InFocus – Jan. 9, 2019
Cindy Buys and Angela Upchurch, SIU School of Law, discuss the upcoming “Women In Leadership” workshop and dinner.
Southern Illinoisan – Jan. 9, 2019
In 1968, an SIU Carbondale physicist named Walter Henneberger published a paper suggesting that an electron could be freed from an atom and bound to it at the same time, with the help of super-intense lasers.
Southern Illinoisan – Jan. 8, 2019
Since she was hired last May to help turn around declining enrollment at SIU Carbondale, Jennifer DeHaemers has heard the same complaint over and over again, in Southern Illinois.
New York Times – Jan. 7, 2019
… bribery and structural incentives for judges and lawyers to move slowly, despite a constitutional right to a speedy trial, said Raymund Narag, an assistant professor at Southern Illinois University who studies Philippine jails.
Wall Street Journal – Jan. 4, 2019
… FCPA penalties, according to figures compiled by Mike Koehler, an assistant professor at Southern Illinois University School of Law who is the editor of the FCPA Professor website.
Christianity Today – Jan. 3, 2019
Tobin Grant, professor, SIU Carbondale Department of Political Science, reviewed the book “From Politics to the Pews: How Partisanship and the Political Environment Shape Religious Identity (Chicago Studies in American Politics)” by Michele Margolis.
WSIU Radio – Jan. 3, 2019
Chinese twins are helping lead the SIU Saluki swimming and diving team.
Southern Illinoisan – Jan. 3, 2019
As declining enrollment leaves a little more room on the tracks, StairMasters and swimming lanes at the Southern Illinois University Student Recreation Center, residents are turning out in record numbers to fill the facility up.
KFVS-TV – Jan. 2, 2019
… allotted up to $1.9 million in state funding to Southern Illinois University in Carbondale to provide scholarships for freshman and transfer students.
WSIU Radio – Jan. 2, 2019
Justin Schoof, chair of Geography and Environmental Resources at SIU Carbondale, discusses findings in the November 2018 release of the second part of the 4th National Climate Assessment report.
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