SIU in the News - April, 2019
Southern Illinoisan – April 18, 2019
The Crenshaw House should be used to tell the story of slavery in Illinois, said Mark Wagner, director of the Center for Archaeological Investigations at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, and an associate professor in anthropology.
WSIU InFocus – April 16, 2019
Maestro Ed Benyas of the Southern Illinois Symphony discusses the upcoming performance of Verdi's "Requiem."
KFVS-TV – April 15, 2019
… has deep roots in both religious and political history in France and according to Southern Illinois art history professor Mont Allen, it's the most visited site in all of Paris.
Southern Illinoisan -- April 15, 2019
Southern Illinois University Carbondale is beefing up its student outreach in two cities that have long been key sources of new Salukis: St. Louis and Chicago.
WSIL-TV – April 15, 2019
Researchers at Southern Illinois University Carbondale are working to find a cure for cancer thanks to a $158,000 grant from a private foundation.
State Journal-Register – April 13, 2019
Several weeks ago, the SIU Carbondale Paul Simon Public Policy Institute decided to reframe the discussion by asking: How can we rebuild and renew Illinois? And to answer that question, we called …
Chicago Tribune – April 11, 2019
Almost daily, Karen Midden, interim dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, gets a call from someone with a question about the cannabis program the school announced last year. Medical cannabis growers also call in search of students who know a thing or two about running a greenhouse.
WSIU InFocus – April 11, 2019
… Ameren is giving some math students at SIU Carbondale the job of crunching numbers and studying data, all to help the major energy supplier be better prepared for problems.
Southern Illinoisan – April 11, 2019
… demonstrated financial need. At Southern Illinois University, leaders remain hopeful that Pritzker will also return to funding a decades-old state commitment …
KFVS-TV – April 10, 2019
Students at Southern Illinois University Carbondale along with SIT Service Dogs have been working together to train service dogs for almost six years.
WSIU InFocus – April 9, 2019
Chancellor John Dunn discusses program changes as a part of a proposed reorganization plan and enrollment projections for the 2019-2020 academic year.
KFVS-TV – April 5, 2019
Over the past two semesters, members of Gamma Phi Omega at Southern Illinois University Carbondale have been raising funds for a special scholarship to help undocumented students pay for pricey college tuition.
WSIL-TV – April 4, 2019
Part of a lecture series on "Big Data" took place at Morris Library on the SIU campus Thursday.
The lecture was made possible …
KFVS-TV – April 4, 2019
The Southern Illinois University Carbondale Geology Department along with the STEM Education Center are asking for help in naming three new baby dinosaurs.
WSIL-TV – April 4, 2019
… today in different cultures. SIU hosted a large culture and language fair known as World Languages Day. The students attended …
WSIL-TV – April 4, 2019
… is a cast of a dinosaur fossil, and stands in the foyer of Browne Auditorium near SIU’s Geology Department. In 2017, the department asked the university’s student body …
Daily Egyptian – April 4, 2019
The Paul Simon Public Policy Institute hosted a summit to revitalize the state of Illinois between March 28 and 29.
WSIL-TV – April 3, 2019
The National Weather Service is recognizing SIU as a "Storm Ready" campus.
KFVS-TV – April 3, 2019
Southern Illinois University Carbondale may very well be one of the safest places to be in the region should severe weather strike, as it is now recognized by the National Weather Service as ‘StormReady.'
Pewtrusts.org – April 2, 2019
… busy and with limited resources, can focus their energies on laws that they think are most important, said George Mocsary, a professor at the Southern Illinois University School of Law. Rural officials may not prioritize …
Southern Illinoisan – April 2, 2019
… spring of 2017, the SIU Carbondale Department of Geology asked SIU students to help name the university’s first dinosaur.
WSIU InFocus – April 1, 2019
Sigma Alpha Iota fraternity at SIU Carbondale is organizing an instrument drive to collect, not only instruments, but music supplies.
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