SIU Today - August 20, 2020

From the Chancellor

Three hints about fall enrollment

What do you get when an admissions counselor, an academic advisor and a faculty member want to recruit a student? The question is no joke, and I can’t give you the answer just yet.

Former president of Ireland will hold virtual discussion on global challenges

Mary Robinson, the former president of Ireland who also served as the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, will share her thoughts on climate change, human rights, and other global issues during a virtual discussion next week hosted by the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.

SIU launches website reporting active cases  

The university has launched a website to report the number of active, positive COVID-19 cases of students, faculty and staff that have been confirmed by the Jackson County Health Department. Additional information is available on the site.

Virtual conversation on hate speech and social media is Tuesday

Faculty, staff, students and community members are invited to join a live virtual discussion on Tuesday on hate speech and the use of social media in higher education. The discussion is from 5 to 7 p.m. and will be available on the SIU System’s YouTube Channel. The SIU System President’s Office and the SIU System Diversity Advisory Council are discussion sponsors.

SalukiTech is your technology information source

SalukiTech is the source for technology information and help. The SalukiTech team can answer technology-related questions, resolve connectivity and network access issues, and provide information about technology resources available virtually or on campus.

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