• Romero’s work with former students published in environmental history anthology

    Aldemaro Romero, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and five of his former students are featured in “Animals,” the most recent work of the “Themes in Environmental History” series published by The White Horse Press.
    Aldemaro Romero, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, is featured in the "Themes in Environmental History" anthology [...]

  • Third annual Art-ahhh-thon features 3-D printing demonstration, tattoo documentary

    The College of Arts and Sciences will host its third annual Art-ahhh-thon on Friday, featuring artistic events from various departments within the college.
    The College of Arts and Sciences presents its third annual Art-ahhh-thon, which features poetry readings, 3-D printing demonstrations and more.
    The purpose of the event, according to Aldemaro Romero, dean of the College of [...]

  • Luesse receives two-year organic chemistry research grant

    Chemistry professor Sarah Luesse will begin a two-year research project this summer in organic chemistry. She received a Cottrell College Science Award from the Research Corporation for Scientific Advancement. Photo courtesy of Luesse.
    Chemistry professor Sarah Luesse received the Cottrell College Science Award (CCSA) from the Research Corporation for Scientific Advancement (RCSA), a $35,000 grant that [...]

  • Glassman honored with Teaching Distinction Award

    Physics professor Jack Glassman was named to a Teaching Distinction Award for 2013-2014 by the university. He said being enthusiastic and passionate about what you teach makes a difference for students. Photo courtesy of Glassman.
    Physics professor Jack Glassman is a 2013-2014 recipient of the university’s Teaching Distinction Award.
    Glassman said he is “very happy and honored” [...]

  • ‘Calculus: The Musical’ performed for area high school students

    Comedy and calculus merged into one last week as the Math Department presented “Calculus: The Musical” for area high school students.
    Contributions from an alumnus of the math department allowed 'Calculus: The Musical' to be performed at SIUE last week for Metro East high school students. Photo by Kari Williams
    Math Department Chair Adam Weyhaupt said an [...]

Pictured above are a handful of the faculty, students and attendees who listened to Tom Merritt (third from left) present about surveillance by mainly government and corporations. Merritt is an award-winning podcaster from Los Angeles who served as Mass Comm Week keynote speaker.

Merritt discusses privacy during Internet Age for Mass Comm Week

Pictured above are a handful of the faculty, students and attendees who listened to Tom Merritt (third from left) present about privacy invasion. Merritt is
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Geography professor Susan Hume lectures about her research on Bosnian migration to south St. Louis as part of the 2014 College of Arts and Sciences Colloquium. Photo by Kari Williams

CAS Colloquium: Hume explains Bosnian migration to south St. Louis

St. Louis has the largest Bosnian population outside of Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to geography professor Susan Hume. Geography professor Susan Hume lectures about her research
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Librarian Lora Smallman organized a panel discussion consisting of faculty, students and alumni who addressed how to find career paths following humanities studies. They shared their journeys as part of Colloquium Series

CAS Colloquium: Panel addresses how humanities majors can find career niche

Librarian Lora Smallman organized a panel discussion consisting of faculty, students and alumni who addressed how to find career paths following humanities studies. They shared
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SSWA hosts inaugural One Night event

SSWA hosts inaugural One Night event

The Student Social Work Association (SSWA) organized its first One Night event to raise awareness of homelessness in Madison County. The Student Social Work Association hosted
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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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  • Happenings

  • CAS Exceeds Capital Campaign Goals

    CAS Exceeds Capital Campaign Goals

    In 2009 SIUE rolled out it’s strategies for fund raising over the following five years. As the, “Defining Excellence,” campaign comes to a close the College of Arts and Sciences takes stock of their success and plans for the future. “We

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  • Other Recent Articles

  • Cellist and professor Ozan Tunca traveled from Turkey to present his Musical Talent iOS App as part of Cellobration weekend. The technology he developed in 2010 to test musicians and prospective students for aurel abilities.

    Tunca presents music app test during Cellobration weekend

    Cellist and professor Ozan Tunca traveled from Turkey to present his Musical Talent iOS App as part of Cellobration weekend. He developed the app in 2010 to test musicians and prospective students for aural abilities. Photo courtesy of Tunca.
    As part of Cellobration weekend, music professor Marta Simidtchieva brought Turkish cello professor Ozan Tunca on campus [...]

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