Archive for March 21st, 2011

CAS Colloquium - Thursday

CAS Colloquium – Thursday

[ March 24, 2011; ]  

MUC, Goshen Lounge


SIUE Steel Presents Music by American Composers

Dan Smithiger, Music


MUC, Oak/Redbud Rooms


W(h)e(a)ther America: Environment, Climate, Society


Francis Odmerho, Geography; Shunfu Hu, Geography

Thinking About the Long-term Downstream Impacts of the Locks and Dams of the Mississippi River on Channel Patterns


Mark Hildebrandt, Geography

Impacts of Global Climate Change on Extreme Weather Events in […]

CAS Colloquium - Wednesday

CAS Colloquium – Wednesday

[ March 23, 2011; ]  

MUC, Goshen Lounge


Welcome and Opening Session

Aldemaro Romero, College of Arts & Sciences

U.S.-Cuba Exchanges Since 1959 and Their Future: The Potential Role of the SIU System


Writing About America

Creative Writing faculty and graduate students from the Department of English Language & Literature: Allison Funk, Adrian Matejka, Jeffrey Skoblow, Daniel Boyt, Geoff Schmidt, Megan Hudgins, Valerie […]

Women and men equal in Islam, says speaker

Women and men equal in Islam, says speaker

“I faced some differences in my identity as a Muslim and as a typical teenager in the United States,” said Amira Alhiyari, senior Math major at University of Missouri-St. Louis. “I learned in time to balance both — practice my Islam and not lose my identity as an American.”
Alhiyari and a half-dozen other Islamic women […]

CAS Colloquium hits stride with “Thinking About America”

CAS Colloquium hits stride with “Thinking About America”

Today’s world shrinking faster than ever before.  With the rise of China and India as new world powers and the internal conflicts in the Middle East, it’s hard not to look at ones own country and think.  This year’s College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Colloquium at SIUE seeks to do just that.
“Being an American […]

Hicks selected to attend prestigious academy

Hicks selected to attend prestigious academy

With the constant growth and converging of mass media outlets and the advent of even newer and more interactive media-based technologies, being a leader in today’s field of mass communications and journalism can be a particularly challenging task.
Gary Hicks, department chair and associate professor of mass communications, is one of 15 mass communications professionals and […]

Romero, the media savvy dean

Romero, the media savvy dean

SIUE’s College of Arts and Sciences can boast that at its helm is a dean who hosts a radio talk show, “Segue,” and now writes a newspaper column, “College Talk” – both designed to highlight the backgrounds, research and courses of CAS faculty members.
His weekly column in “The Edwardsville Intelligencer” is the newest media venture […]

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