SIU Today - March 01, 2018


Futurist Thomas Fry’s prediction that more than 50 percent of traditional colleges will collapse by 2030 gives us food for thought at SIU and forces us to ask some dramatic, difficult questions. More

SIU Day of Giving recognized by City of Carbondale

The City of Carbondale has declared March 7, 2018, as the SIU Day of Giving, commemorating the university's founding on that day 149 years ago.  More

Eclipse documentary to premiere March 24 at Shryock

The university soon will roll out the red carpet for the premiere of a documentary capturing the excitement that gripped the region over last summer’s total eclipse. More

University is hosting spring First Friday Green Tours

The university is becoming greener and more sustainable every day and a series of special tours offers a glimpse into the myriad of ways. More 

‘First Thursdays’ lecture to look at ‘Vermillion Sands’

Wago Kreider, associate professor in the Department of Radio, Television, and Digital Media, will present a lecture today, March 1, on his current video project. More

2018 Homecoming and Family Weekend dates set

Although the calendar still says it’s winter, it’s time to begin planning and making reservations for the 2018 Family Weekend and Homecoming celebrations. More

School of Law student recognized among the nation’s elite

Victor Feraru, a SIU School of Law student whose work includes helping child abuse and neglect survivors, is being recognized by The National Jurist magazine as one of the nation’s 20 law students of the year. More

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