“Cultivating Connections: One Conversation at a Time” is both the theme and the goal of Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s 2020 Diversity Week celebration, set for Oct. 19-24.
Historian and noted Canadian author Margaret MacMillan will discuss how lessons from history can help the world recover from the COVID-19 pandemic during a virtual discussion hosted by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute next week.
Although “COVID-19” is probably 2020’s most common term, many wrongly believe it refers to a specific “bug” that causes myriad symptoms ranging from fairly mild to deadly.
An alumnus and a former faculty member in Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s cinema and photography program will kick off a series of discussions that examine diversity and inclusion in the media.
Nine students from Southern Illinois have been selected as participants in the SI Bridges to the Baccalaureate program at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
An upcoming art exhibition and installation at Southern Illinois University Carbondale will herald the work of designer, scientist and architect R. Buckminster Fuller.
Illinois State Sen. Kimberly A. Lightford, the first Black woman to serve as the state’s Senate Majority Leader, will discuss a variety of topics including her career and next month’s elections during a virtual conversation next week hosted by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.
Just when you are tired of the moniker “most important election” comes a time when the billing might actually fit.
New articulation agreements between Southern Illinois University Carbondale and Kaskaskia College in Centralia provide an easier path for students to earn their SIU bachelor’s degrees.
A virtual discussion at Southern Illinois University Carbondale next week will examine why the works of 12 female animation film directors in the Soviet Union and Russia should be included in the tradition of women’s cinema.
Mirian Pimentel, a Southern Illinois University Carbondale agricultural sciences doctoral student, didn’t know much about soybeans when she first came to the region in August 2014 through the Brazilian Scientific Mobility program.