• A Message from the Dean

    Welcome to the New Year and the January 2019 issue of This Month in CAS! I hope both the year and the spring semester have started off well for you. To kick off the year, we have some great stories to share.
    We start with the spotlight on our faculty. Driving around in the recent winter […]

  • Tiana Clark’s Essay on Black Burnout goes Viral

    “…always work, do not complain, and never stop, but my body was very loudly telling me to slow down.”—Tiana Clark

    Black burnout is the topic of Tiana Clark’s essay that recently went viral on Buzzfeed. Earlier this year, an article by Anne Helen Petersen was released that brought attention to a very big problem affecting all […]

  • St. Louis Ranked as Having Worst Drivers in Snowy Conditions

    “Of all cities studied, when it snows, St. Louis experiences the greatest increase in crash rates.”—Dr. Alan W. Black

    If you tuned into KMOX recently, you might have heard that when it comes to snowy conditions, St. Louis has been ranked as having the worst drivers. Dr. Alan W. Black, assistant professor in the Department of Geography, […]

  • Undergraduate Sutton Allen’s Artwork Published in Peer-reviewed Journal

    “These works explore painterly approaches to image generation and appropriation and reference contemporary and historical events. They stand to bridge the divide between the present and history and between history and memory.”—Sutton Allen
    Sutton Allen. Catiline. Oil & mixed-media on canvas.
    Sutton Allen, a junior art and design major, was recently published in the peer-reviewed Journal of […]

  • Dr. Mark A. Poepsel’s New Course on Communicating Science

    “A big part of our job as Mass Communications faculty at SIUE is to prepare students to communicate with one part of the public on behalf of another part, and in this case, it’s about science. The question is how do we better prepare students to do this?”—Dr. Mark A. Poepsel

    Assistant Professor in the Department […]

Alumna Margaret Scarsdale Publishes Solo-authored Paper

Alumna Margaret Scarsdale Publishes Solo-authored Paper

“The URCA program is an invaluable resource that the University has to offer.”–Margaret Scarsdale Margaret Scarsdale, ‘18 Doctoral Student, Political Science Southern Illinois University Carbondale Since graduating with a
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A Message from the Dean

A Message from the Dean

Welcome to the December 2018 issue of This Month in CAS!  As we bring the Fall 2018 semester to a close, it’s a perfect time
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Alumni Tyler Davis Named Executive Pastry Chef

Alumni Tyler Davis Named Executive Pastry Chef

“My time at SIUE helped me to become the very creative individual that I am today.”–Tyler Davis Tyler Davis, ‘07 Executive Pastry Chef, The Chocolate Pig Left: Tyler
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Bridging the Art & Science Divide with Senior Haley Gouchenour

Bridging the Art & Science Divide with Senior Haley Gouchenour

“It seems like there is a divide, but neither side can see how much they both need each other in order to exist.”—Haley Gouchenour One of
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  • Message from the Dean

  • A Message from the Dean

    A Message from the Dean

    Welcome to the New Year and the January 2019 issue of This Month in CAS! I hope both the year and the spring semester have started off well for you. To kick off the year, we have some great stories

    Jan 29, 2019 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Scholarly Activities

  • Alumna Margaret Scarsdale Publishes Solo-authored Paper

    Alumna Margaret Scarsdale Publishes Solo-authored Paper

    “The URCA program is an invaluable resource that the University has to offer.”–Margaret Scarsdale Margaret Scarsdale, ‘18 Doctoral Student, Political Science Southern Illinois University Carbondale Since graduating with a bachelor’s in political science last May (2018), Margaret Scarsdale has started a doctoral program in

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  • Other Recent Articles

  • Groundbreaking Findings from Dr. Petruccelli's Study on Alcohol

    Groundbreaking Findings from Dr. Petruccelli’s Study on Alcohol

    “Our findings in flies help mammalian researchers understand how it may be a driving mechanism that underlies alcohol, and possibly other forms of addiction.”—Dr. Emily Petruccelli
    Brain of Drosophila. Green areas show cells where Notch has been activated. Photo credit: Dr. Petruccelli.
    As we approach winter break and begin to participate in the festivities of the holiday […]

    Dec 12, 2018 | 0 comments | View Post

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