SIU in the News - December, 2020
Dec. 29, 2020
John Jackson, Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, discusses issues facing Illinois.
WSIU InFocus – Dec. 28, 2020
Jay Needham, Radio, Television, Digital Media and Craig Anz, School of Architecture, discuss a University Honors program on connecting sound as a part of the build environment.
WSIU-FM – Dec. 18, 2020
The SIU Forestry Club and Tree Campus Higher Education Committee had to cancel their annual campus tree walk in the fall because of COVID-19.
WSIL-TV – Dec. 11, 2020
Jennifer Brobst, SIU School of Law, discusses the importance of research before donating to a charity.
WJPF -- Dec. 8, 2020
Chancellor Austin Lane discusses several topics, including the university’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the nursing program and commencement.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch – Dec. 6, 2020
The region’s pumpkin crop is at risk, largely due to climate change. But a Southern Illinois University professor is breeding a variety that can stand the heat, in hopes of saving local varieties of a state cash cow.
WSIU InFocus - Dec. 8, 2020
Chancellor Austin Lane discusses the fall 2020 semester and sees future opportunities.
Southern Illinoisan - Dec. 8, 2020
Former SIU President Albert Somit died in August at the age of 100.
SIU to bestow honorary doctoral degree on Dr. Ngozi Ezike, state health director leading Illinois' pandemic response
Southern Illinoisan – Dec. 4, 2020
Southern Illinois University Carbondale will bestow an honorary Doctor of Community Health degree on Dr. Ngozi Ezike, the Illinois Department of Public Health director who has guided the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic month after grueling month.
KFVS-TV – Dec. 3, 2020
Gregory Whitledge, Zoology, has discovered an important clue on controlling the invasive grass carp that threatens the Great Lakes and America’s rivers.
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