|From the Chancellor|
Part of our mission to nurture student success involves creating a vibrant campus life for our students. With that in mind, I want to take a moment to look ahead to two really great fall events that help connect Salukis to their campus and encourage school spirit — Family Weekend and Homecoming.
SIU Today - August 09, 2018
As a new school year begins, the university will roll out the welcome mat in grand Saluki style for new and returning students. A wide variety of special activities are planned during Saluki Startup and Weeks of Welcome.
To benefit faculty, staff, students and visitors, the Department of Public Safety Parking Division will have an auxiliary office in the Student Center beginning Monday.
Motorists coming to and from the university need to plan alternate routes next week as Canadian National Railroad makes repairs to railroad crossings in Carbondale.
The annual Friends of Morris Library fundraising effort to support the library’s mission will be Sept. 22.
For the last two years, Chet Langin, OIT research coordinator, has worked with researchers to use the high performance computing cluster, fondly known as the “BigDawg,” to conduct a variety of projects.
‘Illinois Ethics Matters’ newsletter available
The monthly Illinois Ethics Matters newsletter for August is available. The Office of Executive Inspector General publishes the newsletter to allow state employees to stay informed of current issues relating to ethics. The SIU System Ethics Office website is at ethics.siu.edu/. The website contains information regarding how to file a complaint, relevant contact information, and many other resources.