• Wells explores women’s influence on jazz, its evolution

    Women had a direct influence on jazz and its evolution, according to Prince Wells, music professor and black studies program director.
    The lecture, led by Wells last week and organized by the women and black studies programs, took place in the MUC Hickory-Hackberry Room.
    Music professor and black studies program director Prince Wells. Photo courtesy of Keenan [...]

  • Women’s Studies present discussion on righteous anger, civility, silencing

    ‘Just calm down.’ ‘Be civil.’ ‘You don’t deserve my attention unless you are being civilized.’
    These are just some of the responses people give when they feel criticized and implicated over controversial issues.
    Women’s studies event series presented the discussion “Righteous Anger, Civility and Silencing" earlier this month.
    Philosophy professor Alison Reiheld presented the discussion “Righteous Anger, Civility [...]

  • Coast Salish Carver Felix Solomon presents his artwork and wisdom

    The Center for Spirituality & Sustainability presented master carver Felix Solomon on Nov. 4 to discuss the cultural and aesthetic interpretation of his artwork rooted in Native American ancestral traditions.
    Felix Solomon is an active member of the Lummi Nation and one of the only master carvers worldwide who carries forward the ancestral carving tradition of [...]

  • International PR course to take students to Romania

    A faculty-led study abroad program to Romania will give students the opportunity to experience public relations and communication management firsthand. The program will allow students to be immersed in the culture of this Eastern European nation, according to Sorin Nastasia, a professor of applied communication studies.
    Dr. Department of Applied Communication Studies professor Sorin Nastasia and [...]

  • Palestinian scholar presents research on Palestinians in Israel

    Areej Sabbagh-Khoury will present at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 19, on “The Palestinian Citizens of Israel between the history and the present,” in the MUC Meeting Room A.
    Department of Political Science professor Laurie Rice helped organize Areej Sabbagh-Khoury's presentation on "The Palestinian Citizens of Israel between the history and the present."
    Sabbagh-Khoury is a researcher [...]

Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference's participants along with philosophy professor Saba Fatima.

Ninth Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference brings diversity to forefront

Diversity was encouraged during in the 9th Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference according to philosophy professor Saba Fatima. Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference's participants along with philosophy professor Saba
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Chemistry Club logo courtesy of Luesse

SIUE Chemistry Club recognized for service, activities through awards

Chemistry Club logo courtesy of Luesse The American Chemical Society (ACS) has recognized SIUE’s Chemistry Club with an Outstanding Student Chapter Award for their service and
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Social Work professor Kim Carter.

Social Work professors present research at national conference

Three social work professors presented a study that outlined how simulated client-based instruction methods can complement a practice curriculum.  They presented findings about how experience
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Historical Studies professor Bryan Jack and history major Jennifer Sumida discussed at the Research Brown Bag their current research titled, "This Place is a Hellhole: East St. Louis in Popular Culture," on Oct. 10.

Historical Studies’ brown bag presentations generate new ideas for research

The brown bag presentations are opportunities for faculty and students in the Department of Historical Studies to share research projects that are in progress and
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  • Scholarly Activities

  • From left: Sammy Seale, IRIS student assistant and Samantha Winkler, Dr. Hildebrandt's student assistant at the open house listening to information given by Hildebrandt.

    IRIS open house showcases digital research opportunities

    From left: Sammy Seale, IRIS student assistant and Samantha Winkler, Dr. Hildebrandt's student assistant at the open house listening to information given by Hildebrandt. The Interdisciplinary Research and Informatics Scholarship (IRIS) Center is hosting a series of open houses for faculty

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  • Other Recent Articles

  • English professor Howard Rambsy

    English faculty engage in poetry correspondence program through humanities grant

    English professor Howard Rambsy
    Faculty members of the English department, professors Howard Rambsy, Tisha Brooks and Elizabeth Cali, are project collaborators in an Illinois Humanities Council grant program.
    The project, titled “The Illinois Poetry Correspondence Program,” will involve roughly 30 high school students from various parts of the state in reading, writing and correspondence activities related to poetry. The program is [...]

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