Archive for October 29th, 2012

Dr. Allison Reiheld

Reiheld presents medical ethics and transgender issues at ASBH conference

From Oct. 18 to Oct. 21, Philosophy Professor and Bioethicist Dr. Allison Reiheld attended the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) conference in Washington, D.C., to present her paper, “‘She Walked Out of the Room and Never Came Back’: Is provider refusal to treat transgender patients a legitimate case of conscientious objection or a […]

SIUE chem club at Chemistry Week Demonstration

25th Annual National Chemistry Week

Last week marked the 25th annual celebration of National Chemistry Week. Sponsored by the American Chemical Society, Chemistry Week is dedicated to informing the public about the importance of chemistry in their everyday lives.
“It’s basic literacy,” Edward Navarre stated, “We all need to be literate in our language and our culture including the sciences.”
The week […]

SIUE PRSSA chapter named Star Chapter at national conference

SIUE PRSSA chapter named Star Chapter at national conference

SIUE PRSSA students from left: Heidi Wickenhauser, Natalie Pitzer, Sarah Rohner, Laynie Richardson, and Jeni Ross
From Oct. 12 to Oct. 16, five SIUE students from the University’s chapter of the Public Relations Students Society of America (PRSSA) attended the organization’s national conference in San Francisco. The students brought home the coveted Star Chapter Award, which […]

postmedieval does it again: ALPSP's Best New Journal of 2012

postmedieval does it again: ALPSP’s Best New Journal of 2012

Fall 2012 cover, Volume 3, Issue 3
postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies, a scholarly journal co-edited by English Associate Professor Dr. Eileen Joy, won the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers’ (ALPSP) Award for Best New Journal of 2012.
This is the journal’s second award in just two years. In 2011, the journal won […]

Numbers on a Clothes line

SETO Presents: Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind

Last week the Student Experimental Theater Organization (SETO) presented a chaotic frenzy of audience participation, dangerous cans, and absent oranges with their production of the Neo-Futurist play, “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind.”
Originally performed by the Neo-Futurist in Chicago on December 2, 1988 the play today is the longest running play in the […]

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