As the deadline approaches, a student-run, full-service advertising agency at Southern Illinois University Carbondale is working with a Chicago-based non-profit health center organization to promote completing the 2020 Census to Hispanic markets.
Working on a campaign – Southern Illinois University Carbondale students Bethany Heyde, left, Saluki AdLab team member, and Shawn Davis, right, Saluki AdLab creative director, work on a commercial aimed at Hispanic markets in the Chicago area that promotes completing the 2020 Census. (Photo provided)
“Be courageous. Be kind. Be you.” That’s the theme of Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s 2020 LGBTQ History Month celebration in October. A variety of special activities, many virtual or livestreamed, will mark the occasion.
Acclaimed broadcast journalist Judy Woodruff will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award next month as the Gateway Journalism Review/St. Louis Journalism Review celebrates its 50th anniversary with a virtual event hosted by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s School of Journalism.
John C. Danforth, a former U.S. senator and ambassador to the United Nations, will discuss his career in politics, diplomacy, and the role of religion in public affairs during a virtual conversation next week hosted by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.
The complex-looking machinery in Arash Komaee’s engineering laboratory at Southern Illinois University Carbondale may someday lead to, among other things, equipment that uses natural magnets to manipulate medical devices inside a patient’s body in a non-invasive manner.
It’s a six-week commitment of less than two hours a week and it could change your life, according to organizers.
Outstanding efforts in the classroom, leadership and community service are among the qualities of the nine students chosen as 2020-21 Provost Scholars at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
As Southern Illinois University Carbondale marks the 10th anniversary of its innovative Agriculture Building Green Roof sustainability project, a virtual event on Friday will highlight a new chapter in its life.
Exceptional efforts in the classroom and in their communities helped this year’s Chancellor’s Scholars at Southern Illinois University Carbondale stand out from their peers.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale will be honoring not one, but two Saluki families this year. This year, Saluki Family Weekend is becoming Saluki Family Appreciation Week, with a host of virtual activities Oct. 5-10.
A virtual panel discussion this week hosted by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s College of Agricultural, Life and Physical Sciences will explore the diverse career opportunities available within the farming industry for women.