Category: General CAS Stories

Stellar Profile of Jenna Schneider

Stellar Profile of Jenna Schneider

“The STELLAR … program is designed to recognize, honor, and develop some of the star student achievers of our College. Our CAS STELLAR students will receive special recognition and support from the College to help them achieve their full potential in their academic program and beyond,” according to the STELLAR website. Nominations are not necessarily predicated […]

2011 Lincoln Laureate winner a CAS student

2011 Lincoln Laureate winner a CAS student

SIUE’s College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) added another Lincoln Laureate student into the ranks this semester. Jenna Schneider, a double major in political science and economics and finance was awarded the honor this past month in Springfield, IL.
Denise DeGarmo, left, stands with Jenna Schneider, center, at the Lincoln Laureate award banquet in Springfield, IL. […]

Blankson, Brown attend minority recruitment conference

Blankson, Brown attend minority recruitment conference

Colleges and universities across the country look for ways to diversify their student population. A diverse student population is central to many aspects of a well rounded education. SIUE is pursuing an active role when it comes to a diverse student population.
Recently, Isaac Blankson, associate professor and chair of speech communications, along with Vanessa Brown, […]

Goshen Lounge Flash Mob

Goshen Flash Mob

 Last Wednesday at noon two hundred plus students broke out in synchronized dance in SIUE’s Goshen lounge. The group was a flash mob organized by dance professor Kristen Best-Kinscherff and students from SIUE’s theater and dance program.
The initial decision to create an on campus flash mob for SIUE’s students to strut their stuff was made […]

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 […]

The Vetruvian Man

A Familiar Face at Polymath

Polymath will be changing hands come January 2012 when Susan Hume, associate professor of geography will be replacing Douglas Simms as editor.
Polymath is SIUE’s interdisciplinary journal collecting works from all areas across the College of Arts and Sciences. The term polymath refers to a scholar who’s expertise spans across a number of disciplines. The term […]

CAS day called on account of rain

CAS day called on account of rain

 
Last Friday at approximately 12:34 pm the sky over Southern Illinois University Edwardsville broke out in a sudden downpour. On the quad, faculty from all over the Colleges of Arts and Sciences (CAS) could be seen scurrying for cover, their arms full of colorful posters, candy, and expensive lab equipment. This was not the sudden […]

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