SIU Today - September 06, 2018

From the Chancellor

Helping Salukis build careers

The wonderful staff at the Career Development Center help students and alumni achieve their career goals through education, assessment and counseling, assistance with resumes, graduate and professional school applications, mock interviews and more.  Full story

Leading the Pack: John Wade believes positivity is what develops student success

For John Wade, attitude is the best way to build a positive environment for student success. That’s why he shows up every day with a smile on his face, and a kind word ready for each student he comes in contact with. Full story

Bullies often victims of bullying themselves, research shows

Research by Sujung Cho, criminology and criminal justice, shows there is an overlap between bullies and those who were once victims of bullying. Full story

Morris Library resumes expanded Saturday service

Starting Sept. 15, Morris Library will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays with all services in operation. Full story

SalukiTech Computer Store liquidation sale underway

The SalukiTech Computer Store in the Student Center is liquidating inventory through Sept. 14. That means big discounts on state-of-the-art technology tools including laptops, monitors and printers. The store is located at the north end of the Student Center. Full story

View this month’s ‘Saluki Watch Dawg’

The Department of Public Safety’s September 2018 issue of the ‘Saluki Watch Dawg’ is available. This month’s edition includes details on the auxiliary Parking Division office in the Student Center; “bait bikes” on campus; the SIU Safe Walk app and campus safety tips. There is also a reminder that parking violators will begin to see tickets on their windshields instead of warnings.

Join SIU Women’s Club for great networking, philanthropy and fun activities

The SIU Women’s Club is now sponsoring its fall membership drive. Full story

Children with diabetes can enjoy a free overnight camp at Touch of Nature Environmental Center

A special university camp offers fun and help for youths who are growing up with juvenile diabetes. Full story

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