• A Message from The Dean

    Welcome to the March edition of This Month in CAS!
    Two of our faculty take center stage this month.  Each year the College of Arts and Sciences awards the William and Margaret Going Endowed Professorship.  Read all about this year’s recipient, Dr. Jessica DeSpain from the Department of English Language and Literature.  Her scholarship and teaching […]

  • Historical Studies’ Manuel Awarded 2018 ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowships

    Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s Jeffrey Manuel, PhD, associate professor of historical studies in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been named a 2018 Collaborative Research Fellow by the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS).

    The ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship grants the time and resources to write a book comparing the U. S. and Brazilian biofuels […]

  • SIUE Receives Prints of Original Buckminster Fuller Artworks

    The legacy of legendary 20th century architect and inventor Richard Buckminster Fuller will take on even larger life at the Center for Spirituality and Sustainability (CSS-Dome), located on the campus of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, with the donation of a portfolio of the artist’s prints.
    Erin Vigneau-Dimick Museum curator Buckminster Fuller Inventions: Twelve Around One 
    The Estate […]

  • English’ DeSpain achieves coveted CAS “Going Award”

    While her scholarly interests have evolved through her academic career, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s Jessica DeSpain’s commitment to work rooted in service and storytelling has not. DeSpain, PhD, is a respected teacher, colleague and community member who learns by doing and ignites in others a desire to get involved and make a difference.
    IRIS center Jessica […]

  • Annual Mass Comm. Week set for March 26th- 30th

    The Mass Communications Department will feature its annual “Mass Comm.”  For the last week of March. This year’s theme is “Swiping Right on Media Convergence”; and will focus on Specialism in Media Convergence and the digital evolution of media.

    The 2018 event it to be co-headlined by iProspect VP and Head of Social Media; Brittany Richter […]

CAS Strategic Planning March 2018

CAS Strategic Planning March 2018

“The CAS Strategic Planning Committee extends its thanks to the many faculty, staff, students, and alumni who participated in the recent surveys.  The committee received
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Social Works’ Aspholm examines local gang violence

Social Works’ Aspholm examines local gang violence

Robert Aspholm, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Social Work, has been awarded a STEP grant to research street gangs and violence in the
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Mass Communications’ Williams heads Campus Black Heritage Month

Mass Communications’ Williams heads Campus Black Heritage Month

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville senior mass communications major Marissa Williams has a knack for public speaking. It’s a talent she identified in high school, and
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Tiana Clark Joins SIUE faculty for MFA in Creative Writing

Tiana Clark Joins SIUE faculty for MFA in Creative Writing

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville has added poet Tiana Clark to its faculty as it introduces a master’s of fine arts in creative writing beginning Fall
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  • Message from the Dean

  • A Message from The Dean

    A Message from The Dean

    Welcome to the March edition of This Month in CAS! Two of our faculty take center stage this month.  Each year the College of Arts and Sciences awards the William and Margaret Going Endowed Professorship.  Read all about this year’s recipient,

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  • Happenings

  • Annual Mass Comm. Week set for March 26th- 30th

    Annual Mass Comm. Week set for March 26th- 30th

    The Mass Communications Department will feature its annual “Mass Comm.”  For the last week of March. This year’s theme is “Swiping Right on Media Convergence”; and will focus on Specialism in Media Convergence and the digital evolution of media. The 2018

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  • Other Recent Articles

  • A Message from the Dean

    A Message from the Dean

    Welcome to the February edition of This Month in CAS (TMIC). While the weather has been as variable as I can ever remember, the outstanding quality of the faculty, staff, and students of CAS remains constant through it all!
    One of the true highlights of the month is our inaugural Lincoln Memorial Lecture. The Department of […]

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  • CAS Strategic Planning Spring 2018 Semester

    CAS Strategic Planning Spring 2018 Semester

     In the Fall semester, Dean Budzban convened a committee to help CAS develop a new strategic plan.  He asked Jen Rehg, incoming Associate Dean, to chair the committee.  The committee has a good mix of disciplines, faculty, staff, and alumni.
    The committee members are:
    Cristina DeMeo, Chemistry
    Richard Fry, Philosophy
    Brandon Guthrie, CAS Advising
    Andy Magee, alum
    Jen Rehg, committee chair […]

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  • Historical Studies’ Tab Pulitzer Prize Finalist’ Ayers for Inaugural Abraham Lincoln Memorial Lecture

    Historical Studies’ Tab Pulitzer Prize Finalist’ Ayers for Inaugural Abraham Lincoln Memorial Lecture

    The Department of Historical Studies is pleased to welcome Dr. Edward L. Ayers, President Emeritus and Tucker-Boatwright Professor of the Humanities at the University of Richmond. Professor Ayers is a renowned Civil War historian and the author or editor of 10 books. He has been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book award, was the […]

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