SIU Today - July 25, 2019
A team of SIU students and researchers are bringing reform to one troubled St. Louis County neighborhood
One neighborhood in the St. Louis County is facing more than its fair share of crime. Thanks to a new grant, researchers from Southern Illinois University Carbondale are working with local law enforcement to transform the community.
Local businesses and campus departments who are searching for employees are invited to participate in the university’s fall 2019 Saluki Student Job Fair.
Graduate student Mark Daniels is spending his summer working to preserve precious habitats. He is among the first students to enter SIU’s pioneering professional science master’s degree in wildlife administration and management.
The American Red Cross is holding an emergency need blood drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday in the Morris Library first floor rotunda.
A political art exhibit from a renowned artist and alumnus is coming to University Museum this fall.
McLeod Summer Playhouse closes its 2019 Summer Season with the glamorous and hilarious musical spoof, “The Drowsy Chaperone.”
Beginning July 22, in coordination with RIDES Mass Transit, which operates Saluki Express, a number of changes took place on a bus route that takes university students, faculty, staff and community between Du Quoin and Carbondale. The changes include the addition of some mid-day runs.