SIU in the News - June, 2019
Chicago Daily Herald – June 29, 2019
A pioneering Southern Illinois University motorcycle training program that almost seems like it's been around longer than the motorcycle is celebrating an anniversary.
CNN.com – June 28, 2019
Todd Graham, director of debate, hands out grades for the second night of the Democrat presidential primary debate on June 27, along with grades for the first 10 Democrat presidential hopefuls who debated on June 26.
WSIU InFocus – June 26, 2019
field day to showcase the latest agricultural research going on at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
KFVS-TV – June 25, 2019
John Jackson, Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, discusses the impact of Illinois legalizing recreational marijuana.
CNN – June 22, 2019
Todd Graham, director of debate, provides insight for the 20 Democratic presidential nominee hopefuls ahead of this week’s debates.
Illinois Farmer Today – June 17, 2019
Karla Gage, a weed scientist who is conducting hemp research at Southern Illinois University, is using plastic mulch. The SIU study also involves hemp fiber production …
Southern Illinoisan – June 15, 2019
… discovered through a partnership between Shawnee National Forest and the Summer Field School of the Center for Archaeological Investigations at SIU.
When a community built higher levees to protect itself, flooding worsened for neighbors: The River’s Revenge
NOLA Media Group – June 15, 2019
“And right here is where it breached,” said Jonathan Remo, a geography professor at Southern Illinois University, standing on a levee across the river from Mark Twain’s hometown.
KFVS-TV – June 13, 2019
Members of the Southern Illinois University Carbondale football team decided to roll up their sleeves and help clean up Murphysboro, Illinois on June 15.
The Conversation – June 13, 2019
A study by Jordan Galehan, a doctoral student in criminology and criminal justice, examines reasons for the high number of women involved in Boko Haram suicide bombings.
WSIU InFocus -- June 11, 2019
Chancellor John M. Dunn discusses the impact the state’s budget will have on the university.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch – June 9, 2019
The same worries are shared by others, including Jonathan Remo, a Southern Illinois University Carbondale professor specializing in flood and river issues.
Southern Illinoisan – June 9, 2019
As a part of Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s nationally recognized aviation program, the 15- to 18-member squad …
Southern Illinoisan – June 5, 2019
Southern Illinois University leaders are in the “good kind” of “uncharted territory,” said Governmental Affairs Director …
WSIL-TV – June 5, 2019
Saturday marks 50 years since Old Main on the SIU Campus was purposely set on fire and destroyed. To this day, the case remains unsolved.
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