A new agreement should help SIU's School of Law increase diversity and give Governors State University students a path to a law degree in just six years.
As SIU Carbondale’s largest college, the College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS) is about changing lives. It is dynamic and forward looking and includes six schools: Automotive, Aviation, Health Sciences, Human Sciences, Justice and Public Safety, as well as Psychological and Behavioral …
“Events like this are inspiring for young girls,” Ken Bro said. “It lets them see that SIU is out there, and we have some great instructors and students.”
Southern Illinois University Carbondale nursing students don’t wait until graduation to help those around them.
Southern Illinois Healthcare is creating a scholarship program for SIU’s accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
Longtime Southern Illinois University Carbondale Director of Bands Mike Hanes died Monday at the age of 80.
Longtime Southern Illinois University Carbondale Director of Bands Mike Hanes has died at the age of 80.
Michael Egan, a doctoral student in zoology, is collaborating with the IDNR to better understand where deer are likely to come into contact and spread chronic wasting disease.
Take a trip back in time when the McLeod Summer Playhouse features the rock musical “Godspell” in SIU’s McLeod Theater.
Joddy R. Murray will be the dean of the College of Liberal Arts (COLA) at SIU.
Hong Cheng, dean and professor in the School of Communication at Loyola University Chicago, will be the dean of the College of Arts and Media (CAM) at SIU.
SIU is inviting businesses to register now for the fall 2022 Saluki Student Job and Internship Fair.
Former student-athletes Madre Harper, Anthony Colletti and Josie Brown all chose SIU as the launch pad to help them achieve their goals.
The SIU Alumni Association is awarding $89,250 to 62 new and returning students Southern Illinois University Carbondale students for the 2022 fall semester.
Longtime university photographer Steve Buhman caught snapshots of Carbondale and documented life campus. Take a look at the moments Buhman has captured over the years.
“Saluki Sleuths,” a monthly video series produced by the SIU Alumni Association tells the stories of campus icons, traditions and history.
SIU's Illinois Procurement Technical Assistance Center is hosting the free government and corporate contracting workshop June 9 and everyone is welcome to attend.
A team of SIU students earned second in its division in the U.S. Department of Energy's Solar District Cup Collegiate Design Competition.
SIU continues and Southeastern Illinois College signed a pact Thursday to expand access to baccalaureate programs for community colleges students.
SIU announced May 26 that Costas Tsatsoulis will take over SIU’s research efforts and graduate studies.
Strong Survivors, a unique joint venture to support cancer survivors with exercise and nutrition, has a new home, named after the inspiration for the program.
Science is a constant process of asking questions and seeking answers — an endeavor that is pursued passionately by the faculty, staff and students in the College of Agricultural, Life, and Physical Sciences (CALPS).
The Saluki Triathlon is coming to SIU on June 18, and all are welcome to participate.
SIU is launching an intensive, research-based tutoring program to support the children whose learning progress stalled because they were unable to attend classes as usual during the pandemic.
A group of 18 international students are visiting SIU’s Center for English as a Second Language and also giving their time to help several local service organizations through the center’s Community Engagement Program.
New York Times global economics correspondent Peter S. Goodman will discuss how several billionaires exploited the COVID-19 pandemic in a virtual conversation next week.
Strong Survivors, one of only two programs of its kind in the country, launched in September 2005. Today, nearly 1,000 cancer survivors and their families from all over Southern Illinois are the beneficiaries.