The Illinois State Bar Association is recognizing the valuable work of the SIU School of Law Legal Clinic at SIU Carbondale.
Award-winning legal clinic – John Erbes, left, and Rebecca O’Neill, are part of the SIU School of Law Legal Clinic, which is receiving the Illinois State Bar Association’s 2020 Excellence in Legal Education Award. The award honors a law school program that emphasizes real world skill for students. (Photo by Russell Bailey)
Travel is somewhat different in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Recreational Sports and Services created a unique virtual walking event that combines fitness with an online excursion.
There are several opportunities starting this week for children in the region to receive free preventive dental services through the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Dental Sealant Grant Program.
Voting starts next week for the 2020 PBS Short Film Festival, which features a film by two Southern Illinois University Carbondale cinema and photography students.
The philanthropic community’s response to public health, economic and racial problems in the United States is the subject of a virtual discussion on Tuesday, July 7, hosted by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Small Business Development Center is hosting two virtual workshops this month to help companies with human resource concerns as their businesses adapt and start to reopen.
The centerpiece sculpture of a private fundraising project initiated by the SIU Alumni Association is now in place on the Southern Illinois University Carbondale campus.
Group projects. Some people love them. Some people hate them. Do people get more or less accomplished working with others and why?
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense and CIA Director Leon Panetta will discuss the nation’s foreign policy and the upcoming presidential election as part of a virtual discussion next week hosted by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.
Perhaps now more than ever, it’s advantageous to know how to create engaging online content, so Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s School of Journalism is offering a series of virtual AdLab camps and workshops for high school and college students and community members.
With continuing and sometimes conflicting information about the coronavirus pandemic over the past several months, Kimberly Wyatt was looking for a way to better understand the data.
An interactive online panel discussion featuring Southern Illinois University Carbondale faculty and alumni next week will look at fake news, media literacy and journalism in a 24/7 news cycle.