Category: Foreign Languages & Lit

Romero, the media savvy dean

Romero, the media savvy dean

SIUE’s College of Arts and Sciences can boast that at its helm is a dean who hosts a radio talk show, “Segue,” and now writes a newspaper column, “College Talk” – both designed to highlight the backgrounds, research and courses of CAS faculty members.
His weekly column in “The Edwardsville Intelligencer” is the newest media venture […]

STELLAR - recognizing achievement and excellence in CAS

STELLAR – recognizing achievement and excellence in CAS

A new program is taking off at SIUE in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS).  STELLAR, which stands for Student Excellence and Achievement Recognition, was developed as a program that will assist CAS students who display potential at SIUE.
“The STELLAR … program is designed to recognize, honor, and develop some of the star student […]

“Segue,” a show of SIUE CAS interviews, debuts Sunday

“Segue,” a show of SIUE CAS interviews, debuts Sunday

Colleges and universities are more than classrooms.  The best are centers of research, innovation, and culture. Many of them seek a method that will allow them to showcase different aspects of their institution.  SIUE’s College of Arts and Sciences is debuting just such a technique in the form of a radio show, a push by […]

Temple Grandin speaks on her life with autism

Temple Grandin speaks on her life with autism

Due to inaccurate portrayals through different media sources, it may be accurately stated that most people do not understand many mental illnesses and disorders.  Autism is one such order that is often misrepresented throughout the media.
SIUE hosted a speaker whose lifelong work may represent the single greatest frontal assault on these misunderstandings.  Sponsored jointly by […]

SIU builds strong relationship with Cuba, states Romero

SIU builds strong relationship with Cuba, states Romero

Southern Illinois University is building an academic relationship with Cuba, according to Aldemaro Romero, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at SIUE. Romero began consideration of the project when he realized several SIUE faculty members with ties to Cuban educational institutions.
“When I came to SIUE, I found there were a number of faculty […]

Egyptian teach-in draws crowd in MUC

Egyptian teach-in draws crowd in MUC

Thursday afternoon brought a little rebellion to the Morris University Center in the form of a teach-in.
CAS student Ben Baker Skypes with teach-in audience about the situation in Egypt.
International Programs, the Middle East and Islamic Studies Initiative, and the Arabic Club collaborated in the hopes of cutting through the news inundating SIUE students and the […]

Chinese New Year celebrated in Peck Hall

Chinese New Year celebrated in Peck Hall

Students walking through Peck Hall Friday afternoon had the opportunity to experience Chinese culture in the form of a small New Year Celebration.
Susanna Lu (right) works with a student on chopstick techniques while Dean Romero (center) reflects on the Chinese New Year.
The Foreign Language Department, in order to promote more information about Chinese culture and […]

ADVANCE speaker comes to SIUE - Monday and Tuesday

ADVANCE speaker comes to SIUE – Monday and Tuesday

Dr. Laurel Smith-Doerr, associate professor of sociology at Boston University, will be on the SIUE campus presenting two lectures on gender and science.
Smith-Doerr recently completed a two-year assignment at the National Science Foundation (NSF) as a program director focusing on two topics: Science, Technology and Society; and Ethics Education in Science and Engineering, according to […]

DeGarmo awarded as humanitarian

DeGarmo awarded as humanitarian

Denise DeGarmo, department chair and associate professor political science, will be officially awarded with the SIUE Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award, Tuesday, February 8, 2011.
“The selection committee was impressed with the range of service contributions that [DeGarmo] has provided as well as the leadership role you have assumed in [DeGarmo’s] service activities,” according […]

SIUE now has protected nature preserve

SIUE now has protected nature preserve

SIUE can now claim to have one of the largest campus nature preserves in the U.S., according to several SIUE faculty members.
Kurt Schulz, professor of biological sciences, is excited about the nature preserve, as are his fellow faculty members.
“This is entirely a winning proposition for the university. There are very few campuses that have […]

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