SIU Today - January 17, 2019
It is time for employees to review their current Form W-4 (Employees Withholding Allowance Certificate) status for preferred changes in filing status needed for tax year 2019. Full story
‘Illinois Ethics Matters’ newsletter available
The monthly Illinois Ethics Matters newsletter for January 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.
After conducting surveys with the St. Louis County Police Department (SLCPD) before the 2014 death of Michael Brown, and then returning for in-depth interviews after the unrest period, researcher Tammy Kochel is comparing the changes in officer behavior while also evaluating how that might adjust depending on personal and racial experiences. Full story
View this month’s ‘Saluki Watch Dawg’
The Department of Public Safety’s January 2019 issue of the ‘Saluki Watch Dawg’ is available. This month’s edition includes advice for students returning to class; burglary prevention tips; weather preparedness suggestions; tax time safety precautions, and updated information on the department’s SAFE website.
Another semester of exciting music launches on campus with a free concert featuring the all alumni band, “Spare Parts.” Full story
The Student Programming Council is offering a full line-up of first-run movies during the spring semester and community members as well as SIU students, faculty and staff, are welcome to attend. Full story
Did you know that virtually any craft activity you can imagine happens at the university’s Craft Shop? Full story
SIU Today schedule
There will not be an SIU Today issue on Monday as the university observes Martin Luther King Jr. Day. SIU Today will return Jan. 24.