Category: Faculty News

Biological Sciences' DiSalvo searches for unique symbiotic interactions

Biological Sciences’ DiSalvo searches for unique symbiotic interactions

The Department of Biological Sciences’ newest addition is Susanne DiSalvo, Ph.D., is looking into intimate interactions between amoeba hosts and their bacterial symbionts.
Dr. Suzanne DiSalvo, Biological Sciences
Dr. DiSalvo teaches Bacteriology (BIOL 250) and the Graduate Seminar (BIOL 595) currently for the Department of Biological Sciences.
“I am interested in the mechanisms and consequences of microbial symbioses. […]

Anthropology adds depth and experience with new faculty addition

Anthropology adds depth and experience with new faculty addition

The Department of Anthropology’s newest addition is Dr. Corey Ragsdale is an Assistant Professor and a Bio archaeologist. Through archaeological research and theory, Dr. Ragsdale is dedicated to better understanding human variation and human social complexity. Dr. Ragsdale teaches courses in biological anthropology, including an introductory course that combines biological anthropology and archaeology (ANTH 111A). […]

Mass Communications Professor published to JMCQ

Mass Communications Professor published to JMCQ

The fall semester welcomes new faculty to SIUE; Ashton Gerding Speno, Ph.D, is a new addition to the Mass Communications Department. Dr. Speno joins SIUE after completing a Preparing Future Faculty Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Missouri. Her research primarily focuses on issues of gender and sexualization in the media, adolescents’ experiences with new […]

Historical Studies’ Dr. Harris selected to Penn Center's Aspiring Leaders

Historical Studies’ Dr. Harris selected to Penn Center’s Aspiring Leaders

Jessica Harris, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Historical Studies within Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s College of Arts and Sciences, has been named to the Penn Center for Minority Serving Institutions’ (CMIS) inaugural Aspiring Leaders Forum and Mentoring Program.
“I am so honored to have been selected,” said Harris. “The Penn Center does critical work […]

SIUE's sculpture on campus in its 16th year

SIUE’s sculpture on campus in its 16th year

Now in its 16th year, Sculpture on Campus, the annual three-day event hosted by the Department of Art and Design, will run from October 5-7 on the SIUE campus.
The event kicks off with a public lecture by juror and Brooklyn based artist Afruz Amighi at noon on Wednesday October 5 in room 1104 in the […]

New CAS student senators hope to connect with classmates this fall

New CAS student senators hope to connect with classmates this fall

SIUE’s College of Arts and Sciences student senators believe changes in the student government structure will give better representation to CAS students next fall.
Cody Osborne
Landon Montgomery
Haley Schlecht
Students were elected by direct vote from students enrolled in each college on candidates who were also enrolled in their respective colleges. This year’s CAS representatives are sophomore Cody […]

Former SIUE student curates print collection at EAC

Former SIUE student curates print collection at EAC

Everyday conversation, and the different ways humans communicate, was the subject matter highlighting a collection of prints from the University Museum Feb. 18 at the Edwardsville Art Center.
Jessica Hunt MFA student studying sculpture, looks at a print during the SIUE History Museum’s annual exhibition at the Edwardsville Art show Feb. 18. The show was curated […]

In remembrance: SIUE grad and local artist dedicates life’s work to Holocaust survival

In remembrance: SIUE grad and local artist dedicates life’s work to Holocaust survival

Agnes Pal’s love of art was born of curiosity and fondness for beautiful shapes nearly a lifetime ago.  She said she loved art since she was a child living in the Hungarian town of Mako, dreaming of artistic designs in her steel bed painted with the Seven Dwarves.
SIUE alum Agnes Pal, left, has created dozens […]

Third annual Art-ahhh-thon features 3-D printing demonstration, tattoo documentary

Third annual Art-ahhh-thon features 3-D printing demonstration, tattoo documentary

The College of Arts and Sciences will host its third annual Art-ahhh-thon on Friday, featuring artistic events from various departments within the college.
The College of Arts and Sciences presents its third annual Art-ahhh-thon, which features poetry readings, 3-D printing demonstrations and more.
The purpose of the event, according to Aldemaro Romero, dean of the College of […]

Visiting scholar presents jade perspectives and various areas of expertise from China

Visiting scholar presents jade perspectives and various areas of expertise from China

Anthropology professor Shouyong Pan explained the motifs of jade sculptures and presented on other areas of his expertise as visiting scholar Photo courtesy of Willmott
Professor of anthropology and museum studies Shouyong Pan of Minzu University in Beijing shared his insights of jade sculptures with anthropology students at the Ethnology Museum Laboratory last week as visiting scholar.
Pan also […]

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