• Sen. William Haine visits with art education students

    Two art education students and one professor met with Sen. William Haine (D- Alton) earlier this month during Arts Advocacy Day in Springfield.
    Art education students Emily Pokojski (left) and Shelby Fleming (right) attended Arts Advocacy Day in Springfield last week with art and design professor Justin Sutter. Pokojski and Fleming visited with Sen. William Haine [...]

  • French exchange program provides cultural and educational growth for faculty, students

    Foreign languages professor Debbie Mann and Unversité Catholique de l’Ouest professor Yannick le Boulicaut have exchanged teaching roles to add dimension to each of their programs. 20 years ago, the exchange program began between SIUE and the French university. Photo by Theresa San Luis
    Faculty and student exchanges between SIUE and the Université Catholique de l’Ouest [...]

  • Geography students mentor local high school students in intensive learning program

    SIUE Geography seniors and graduate students mentored 25 Edwardsville High School students in AP Geography. Professor Randy Pearson arranged the program. Photo provided by Pearson
    For the first time this year, SIUE geography seniors and graduate students mentored Edwardsville High School (EHS) students on a volunteer basis in “real-world” group projects, according to geography professor Randy [...]

  • Historical studies graduate students present research at 10th annual symposium

    Seven historical studies graduate students presented a year’s worth of research on 19th Century France on Saturday.
    Historical studies graduate students presented research in a professional conference setting during the 10th Annual Graduate Student Symposium. Photo courtesy of Eric Ruckh.
    The students are in historical studies professor Eric Ruckh’s Graduate Core Seminar in History and Theory, which [...]

  • MSW students present research at Social Work Colloquium

    Master of Social Work (MSW) students raised awareness about issues ranging from the link between eating disorders and substance abuse to methamphetamine use in rural areas at the 2014 Social Work Colloquium.
    Master of Social Work students presented research projects during the 2014 Social Work Colloquium. MSW students Sara Downey and Jessica Gain showed the correlation [...]

Chemistry professor Edward Navarre and SIUE were mentioned in an international scientific publication. Navarre was refererred to for his expertise on atomic spectoscopy for an article in the American Chemical Society weekly magazine. Photo courtesy of Navarre.

Chemistry professor provides expertise for ACS weekly news magazine

Chemistry professor Edward Navarre and SIUE were mentioned in an international scientific publication. Navarre was refererred to for his expertise on atomic spectroscopy for an
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Papers on Language and Literature, SIUE's academic literary journal, will honor its 50th year of publication with a double issue in fall 2014. Photo courtesy of Helena Gurfinkel

PLL celebrates 50 years of publication

Papers on Language and Literature (PLL), SIUE’s scholarly journal, will commemorate 50 years of publication with a double issue due out this fall. Papers on Language
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Geography students presented before the Edwardsville Plan Commission as part of their Sustainable Transportation course taught by professor Susan Hume. They presented ways to improve the area with complete street components and other recommendations.

Sustainable Transportation students present before Plan Commission

Geography students presented before the Edwardsville Plan Commission as part of their Sustainable Transportation course taught by professor Susan Hume. They presented ways to improve
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Four chemistry students named Bouman Scholars

Pictured above are chemistry students Scott Alvarado, Cori Harris, Bree Richey and Katherine Bennett who were named Bouman Scholars. They each received a scholarship
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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

  • St. Louis author Eric Lundgren read from his novel "The Facades" and answered audience members's questions. His mystery novel was released last fall and has been critcially acclaimed.

    Acclaimed St. Louis author recites from first novel on campus

    St. Louis author Eric Lundgren read from his novel "The Facades" and answered audience members' questions. His mystery novel was released last fall and has been critcially acclaimed. Photo by Theresa San Luis
    St. Louis author Eric Lundgren read the first chapter of his book “The Facades” before an audience at the University Bookstore and took [...]

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