• A Message from the Dean

    Welcome to the October 2018 issue of This Month in CAS!
    September was a month with some great events for CAS, including the rededication and ribbon-cutting of Science East.  You can read all about “Science Showcase”, the event celebrating that $32-million renovation of Science East.  Now, as we enter into the heart of the fall semester, […]

  • Where Art & Science Meet: The AISLE Project

    Brigham Dimick. Arboreal Anatomy. Charcoal & Conte. 52” x 42″. 2004.
    Outside of teaching courses in biology, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville professor Dr. David Jennings has spent a considerable amount of time developing and launching the AISLE Project. An acronym for “Active Integrative Synergistic Learning Environments,” the project began as a way to promote an exchange […]

  • Science East Rededication

    “This building is a part of the story here at SIUE…to become a landmark in this state, the region, and the nation.”–Dean Gregory Budzban
    Nearing September’s end, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) hosted a “Science Showcase,” an event celebrating the $32-million renovation of Science Building East. The building, 166,000 square feet […]

  • The History of a County Digitized

    “Our concentration is on the county’s history and the idea behind the site is to learn, use, and contribute material.”–Jason Stacy
    Left to Right: Lesley Thompson, Research Assistant and Ph.D student; Brendon  Floyd, Research Assistant and Master’s Student; Suze Gibson, social studies teacher.
    Over the past three years, the historical branches of Madison County have been growing […]

  • Sustainability at SIUE

    If we’re going to become a more sustainable world, we’re going to have to collaborate in our efforts.–Connie Frey Spurlock
    After a period of dormancy following the closure of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s Sustainability Office, new ideas surrounding sustainability at the University have started to germinate. Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology, Connie Frey Spurlock, […]

Grief & Our Digital Afterlives

Grief & Our Digital Afterlives

“They say you actually have two deaths–the first, when you physically die and the second, when you socially die.”–Jocelyn DeGroot DeGroot’s model of Transcorporeal Communication. How do
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Allena Brazier Named Fall 2018 Katherine Dunham Fellow

Allena Brazier Named Fall 2018 Katherine Dunham Fellow

“Dreams are not just dreams–they are something you are destined to do.”–Allena Brazier Allena Brazier SIUE Senior & Art Major Allena Brazier never imagined an internet search for
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13th Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

13th Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

“We need to go back to tradition, philosophy should be spoken out loud, not just written–having this kind of dialogue and exchange is very important.”–Nicholas
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A Message from the Dean

A Message from the Dean

Welcome to the September 2018 issue of This Month in CAS!  I hope the new academic year has started well for everyone.  The energy on
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  • Message from the Dean

  • A Message from the Dean

    A Message from the Dean

    Welcome to the October 2018 issue of This Month in CAS! September was a month with some great events for CAS, including the rededication and ribbon-cutting of Science East.  You can read all about “Science Showcase”, the event celebrating that $32-million

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  • Program News

  • 13th Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

    13th Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

    “We need to go back to tradition, philosophy should be spoken out loud, not just written–having this kind of dialogue and exchange is very important.”–Nicholas Hayley Photo Credit: The Department of Philosophy The Department of Philosophy and the Lyceum Club at Southern

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  • Human Interest

  • Grief & Our Digital Afterlives

    Grief & Our Digital Afterlives

    “They say you actually have two deaths–the first, when you physically die and the second, when you socially die.”–Jocelyn DeGroot DeGroot’s model of Transcorporeal Communication. How do we experience grief in the advent of the digital age? Associate Professor and Assistant Chair

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  • Happenings

  • Science East Rededication

    Science East Rededication

    “This building is a part of the story here at SIUE…to become a landmark in this state, the region, and the nation.”–Dean Gregory Budzban Nearing September’s end, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) hosted a “Science Showcase,”

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  • Faculty News

  • Where Art & Science Meet: The AISLE Project

    Where Art & Science Meet: The AISLE Project

    Brigham Dimick. Arboreal Anatomy. Charcoal & Conte. 52” x 42″. 2004. Outside of teaching courses in biology, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville professor Dr. David Jennings has spent a considerable amount of time developing and launching the AISLE Project. An acronym for

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  • Other Recent Articles

  • Ninth Year for SIUE Xfest

    Ninth Year for SIUE Xfest

    “Xfest provides the opportunity for our students to work with artists of international stature—an important component of their study within the department.”–Dr. Chuck Harper
    Deeply Rooted Productions. Photo Credit: Ken Carl
    September 10-14 marked the ninth year of SIUE Xfest: a festival of alternative theatre and dance. For one week out the year, the Department of Theater […]

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