SIU Today - September 29, 2014

Whitley to discuss businesses’ policy agenda

Doug Whitley, who recently retired as president and CEO of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce, will discuss the policy agenda of the state’s business community at the Transportation Education Center. More

Secretary of State to offer services on campus

Faculty, staff and students will have the chance to utilize a number of services offered by Secretary of State Jesse White’s office from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 30, near the south entrance to the Student Center Art Gallery. More

Breast cancer awareness events include new scholarship

The “Start Seeing Pink” initiative is both a breast cancer awareness campaign featuring a variety of special events and the launch pad for a new scholarship. More

University to celebrate LGBTQ History Month

LGBTQ History Month in October will feature a variety of special activities including guest speakers, discussions, meetings, films and presentations. More

Research/creative activities workshops next week

Faculty and staff will present free research and creative activities workshops for undergraduate students next week. More

Workshop focuses on teaching science

Teachers from throughout the area can learn about new science standards and ways to integrate them into their classrooms at a workshop Saturday, Oct. 4, in Morris Library’s John C. Guyon Auditorium. More

Event to focus on women’s health, physical activity

Women and girls from throughout the region are welcome at the third annual “WIN for Life!” at the Student Recreation Center on Nov. 1. More

Spackman triathlon offers new time, event

The 32nd Doc Spackman Memorial Triathlon is Saturday, Oct. 4, at the campus boat dock and offers changes. More

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