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A Message from the Dean

A Message from the Dean

Welcome to the New Year and the January 2019 issue of This Month in CAS! I hope both the year and the spring semester have started off well for you. To kick off the year, we have some great stories to share.
We start with the spotlight on our faculty. Driving around in the recent winter […]

SIUE One of Four in Nation to be Named...

SIUE One of Four in Nation to be Named…

“The ultimate goal for our research center is to promote green infrastructure in urban and suburban environments and to train our students in emerging technologies.”–Dr. Bill Retzlaff

From September 24-28, CitiesAlive held their 16th Annual Green Infrastructure Conference in Brooklyn, New York. The conference is North America’s leading forum for discussing green building infrastructure and features presentations, […]

Jacob Miller Rewarded Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award

Jacob Miller Rewarded Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award

“If you go into a class wanting to learn a concept, the grade will follow.” –Jacob Miller
Jacob Miller
Jacob Miller, a graduate student in microbiology, recently received the University’s 2018 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award. The award is designed to recognize and reward graduate assistants for their outstanding performance in teaching and instruction.
Miller, a graduate student in […]

A Message from the Dean

A Message from the Dean

Welcome to the October 2018 issue of This Month in CAS!
September was a month with some great events for CAS, including the rededication and ribbon-cutting of Science East.  You can read all about “Science Showcase”, the event celebrating that $32-million renovation of Science East.  Now, as we enter into the heart of the fall semester, […]

A Message from the Dean

A Message from the Dean

Welcome to the September 2018 issue of This Month in CAS!  I hope the new academic year has started well for everyone.  The energy on campus at the beginning of a new year is always joyful for me.
Let me begin by introducing Emily Dustman as our new lead writer and publisher of TMiC.  Emily graduated […]

A Conversation with Professor Emeritus Eugene B. Redmond

A Conversation with Professor Emeritus Eugene B. Redmond

“Dressed up in pain the flatted-fifth began its funeral climb up the tribal stairwell…”–Eugene B. Redmond, Milestone: The Birth of an Ancestor
Eugene B. Redmond standing in front a quilt commemorating 40 years of his life. Quilt by fabric artist Edna Patterson. Photo Credit: E. Dustman
Sunday, Aug. 26 marked two historically significant events for the state of Illinois–the East St. […]

A Message from the Dean

A Message from the Dean

Welcome to the April edition of This Month in CAS!  The end of the academic year becomes hectic for so many of us, and this is certainly true for the dean’s office, so my apologies for this tardy publication of April’s TMIC.
Our faculty have, once again, received recognition of their excellence with some of SIUE’s […]

Philosophy’ Fields Dubbed Distinguished Research Professor

Philosophy’ Fields Dubbed Distinguished Research Professor

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s Gregory Fields, PhD, professor in the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Philosophy, has joined a prestigious group of tenured faculty members, achieving the University’s highest academic rank of Distinguished Research Professor.

The distinction is awarded in recognition of significant contributions to research and creative activities. Fields is an active teacher-scholar whose […]

“The Great Divide” Concludes Dance and Theater Season

“The Great Divide” Concludes Dance and Theater Season

SIUE’s Department of Theater and Dance offers its final production of the 2017-2018 academic school year with the thought-provoking play; “The Great Divide: A Workshop Production”.

The Great Divide: A Workshop Production is a new play based on real events as scripted by E. M. Lewis, an award-winning playwright and librettist. On explaining her inspiration for the work, Lewis says, “On January 2, 2016, an […]

Sociology's Weissinger Named SIUE Teaching Excellence Award Winner

Sociology’s Weissinger Named SIUE Teaching Excellence Award Winner

The Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Office of the Provost announced that Sandra Weissinger, PhD, is the recipient of the annual Teaching Excellence Award for tenure-track faculty. It is the most prestigious teaching award for an SIUE faculty member. Three additional faculty members were saluted for their teaching skills and accomplishments with Teaching Distinction Awards, and […]

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