Category: Biological Sciences

Science Building West ribbon cutting to be held Nov. 4

Science Building West ribbon cutting to be held Nov. 4

SIUE will celebrate the completion of the new science building – Science Building West – with a ribbon-cutting ceremony next week.
Gov. Pat Quinn speaks at a press conference earlier this year regarding funding for renovations to the old Science Building.
The ribbon cutting will take place at 3 p.m., Nov. 4, followed by a tour of […]

Gov. Quinn Presents $23 Million Check to Fund Science Building

Gov. Quinn Presents $23 Million Check to Fund Science Building

Gov. Pat Quinn presented a $23 million check to SIUE last week for the renovation of the old Science Building within the College of Arts and Sciences. The funds will completely renovate the existing building connected to the recently completed, brand new science facility. The building’s completion will enable it to become one of the […]

National Science Foundation approves SIUE's request for scholarship program

National Science Foundation approves SIUE’s request for scholarship program

More than 20 students per year, for five years, will receive first-hand experience in the classroom and monetary support to further careers in teaching science due to SIUE being approved for the National Science Foundation’s Robert Noyce Scholarship Program.
Biological sciences professor Kelly Barry, who helped research for the award, said it will fund internships for […]

New Science Building opens for fall semester

New Science Building opens for fall semester

More than three years after the initial ground breaking for SIUE’s new, $52 million Science Building – equipped with upgraded labs, additional space and energy efficient components – the building is complete and ready for student, staff and faculty use.
SIUE students Katie Bennett and Dallas Wright conduct experiments at chemistry professor Chin-Chuan Wei's research lab, […]

Aldemaro Romero presents his lecture "Who Was the Real Dawrin"

CAS Colloquium: Charles Darwin’s “On the Origin of Species” Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Last Tuesday Christopher Pearson, Rick Essner, and Aldemaro Romero hosted a cross disciplinary lecture discussing Charles Darwin’s, “On the Origin of Species,” The three part presentation discussed the importance of Darwin’s work, the changes it underwent as it was developed, and the logic processes used by Darwin.
Essner’s presentation focused on how Darwin’s earlier observations didn’t […]

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CAS Events Round Up

The College of Arts and Sciences has a busy schedule of events coming up between now and the end of the semester. Coming up this Monday and Tuesday is this year’s CAS Colloquium titled, “Thinking About the Book,” with a wide variety of lectures and events by SIUE faculty will look at the role of […]

Rita Levi-Montalcini

SIUE Honors Rita Levi-Montalcini for International Women’s Day

Last Saturday SIUE faculty and students gathered for a special celebration of the life of Rita Levi-Montalcini. Originally Montalcini was scheduled to give a special guest presentation on the date, however she passed away last December at the age of 103.
A noted neural scientist, Montalcini won the Nobel prize for medicine in 1986 with Stanley […]

Dr. Mayra Heydrich on the quad at SIUE

Dr. Mayra Heydrich Visits SIUE

Mayra Heydrich, coordinator of semester programs at the University of Havana, paid a visit to SIUE the week before break. During her time on campus Heydrich toured the facilities, attended lectures, and met with administrators and faculty.
“This is a great opportunity for me to come and see your facilities,” Heydrich explained, “in the near future […]

Biology graduate student discovers solitary eagle nest

Biology graduate student discovers solitary eagle nest

SIUE biology graduate student Stacia Novy was part of a five-member team that located the only known solitary eagle nest in Belize. And the team would not have been able to do so without her archaic falconry skills.
Photo courtesy of Stacia Novy
“They’ve been looking for this bird for decades, and I kind of fell into […]

CAS online courses continue to increase

CAS online courses continue to increase

The College of Arts and Sciences has more than doubled its summer online course offerings since 2010, at which time 24 online courses were offered.
By this summer, 51 classes will be offered. Larry LaFond, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, said the college has been “at the forefront” of recent increases in […]

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