SIU Today - November 02, 2015

SIU to mark National Adult Student Recognition Week

The university continues its long-standing support of non-traditional students with a celebration of National Adult Student Recognition that runs through Saturday. More

New Student Programs seeking flash drive content

A content request form is available for departments and units on campus interested in submitting information for flash drives that incoming first-year and transfer students for 2016 New Student Orientation programs will receive. More

Provost Fellow Program deadline is Nov. 13

Faculty are reminded of the deadline to apply for the Provost Fellow Program. The program provides part-time academic leadership experience and skill development to a member of the faculty who has an interest in academic administration. The selected faculty member will engage in regular operations and activities of the provost’s office. More

Office of Diversity and Equity sponsors training sessions

The Office of Diversity and Equity will be sponsoring three open-campus training sessions this month. More

Global Media Research Center to host lecture

Robert Spahr, an associate professor in the Department of Cinema and Photography, will present a lecture and performance Friday, Nov. 6, in the College of Mass Communication and Media Arts’ Global Media Research Center. More

Symposium to discuss policing task force report

A symposium on Nov. 13 in Springfield and simulcast at the School of Law will look at public health and mental health issues and their relationship to community policing initiatives. More

Kitchens participates in White House symposium

For the second time in just a few months, Jeanne Kitchens, associate director of the Center for Workforce Development, made a presentation at the White House due to her extensive experience with open education resources. More

‘Workout of the Day with Warriors’ set for Nov. 11

A special event at Recreational Sports and Services will recognize veterans in a unique way on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. More

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