Archive for October 17th, 2011

Grinter speaks on China, Korea, Asia policies

Grinter speaks on China, Korea, Asia policies

Lawrence Grinter speaks to SIUE faculty, staff, and students about Asian issues.
In the global marketplace today, gathering knowledge about other people is an indispensable tool. SIUE faculty, staff, and students had the opportunity to learn about issues relating to Asia on the world stage this past week from an expert in the field.
With more than […]

Stan Ford

SIUE Alumnus Stan Ford inducted into 2011 Hall of Fame

Even thousands of miles away at a university in Austria, SIUE Alumnus Stan Ford said he applies his SIUE-learned knowledge straight to his own students.
Stan Ford, pianist and inductee into SIUE's 2011 Alumni Hall of Fame
This year, the university inducted Ford into its 2011 Alumni Hall of Fame for his accomplishments since obtaining his bachelor’s […]

Romantic Ruin

Sculpture Walk 2011

Last Friday Sculptor’s at Wagner (SAW) hosted their annual sculpture walk and dinner. The walk is part of SIUE’s Sculpture on Campus program that annually gives students the opportunity to create large scale works to be displayed over the course of the year on campus.
“It’s unique, it doesn’t happen any other place.” Thad Duhigg, professor […]

Downtown Bellville with the app running

No future in history?

Last summer, Tom Thomson and Rebecca Sibert-Johnston of the museum studies graduate program took historical studies to a modern medium.
Under the guidance of Jeff Manuel, assistant professor of historical studies, Sibert-Johnson and Thomson created an android app as an experiment in digital history. The goal of which was to display historical information in modern settings.
The […]

Opinions on the Academy

Opinions on the Academy

Each week, the editors will choose an article from The Chronicle of Higher Education.  An interview will be conducted with several CAS professors.  The responses will be posted in this section in a straightforward Q and A layout.
This section is opinion based.
The editors of This Week In CAS are asking that you, the professors of CAS, […]

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