Though Aug. 21, 2017, seems like a long way off, it’s not too early to begin making plans to be at the Eclipse Crossroads of America.
A nutrition expert at Southern Illinois University Carbondale says a recent government mandate to phase out artificial trans fats will do little to improve the health of Americans.
The Black Alumni Group, a constituent society of the SIU Alumni Association, will reunite alumni from all over the country at Southern Illinois University Carbondale in July.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s nationally recognized aviation program achieved another milestone this weekend when an SIU team won the All Women’s Cross Country 2015 Air Race Classic.
Lori Stettler, assistant vice chancellor for auxiliary services at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, will lead the university’s student affairs division when it is revived July 1. Her appointment as interim vice chancellor for student affairs is subject to approval of the university’s Board of Trustees.
Computers of today are governed by the laws of classical physics – the laws most people learn in high school – that describe the everyday, observable laws of nature. But the day is coming when that will no longer be true.
Drones, nitrogen management and frogeye leaf spot are on the agenda at Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s annual Belleville Field Day. The 49th annual event is at the SIU Belleville Research Center on Illinois 161.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale is once again hosting 20 of central Asia’s most promising undergraduate students for the next four weeks to study the nation’s political system and gain a better understanding of Southern Illinois.
The university has a new website that provides centralized access to documents and other information to assist fiscal officers, delegates and other personnel involved with campus business processes.
Registration continues for entries into the College of Applied Sciences and Arts’ second multidisciplinary research symposium. The event is set for Nov. 21.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale earned national recognition for its economic development work in the region.
-- Lyle J. White, most recently professor and coordinator of counselor education in Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s College of Education and Human Services’ Department of Counseling, Quantitative Methods and Special Education, has been named interim dean of the college.