SIU Today - April 16, 2020
James Wall’s motivation for teaching comes from his students and his challenge to them.
Among the many items essential healthcare workers rely upon to keep them safer during the COVID-19 pandemic is a clear, plastic shield that fits on their head, covering their faces. And, like other items, face shields are running in short supply.
As a part of World Voice Day, which is today, April 16, the Communication Disorders and Sciences program in the School of Health Sciences is providing tips for preventative care of your voice.
A group of SIU students is hard at work serving as “agents of positive change” and they’re inviting the public to get involved and lend their voices and expertise to a series of projects.
New Student Programs will transition to online orientation services this summer and expand programming during Saluki Startup in August due to safety precautions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.