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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, […]

CAS adviser found 'calling' in academic advising

CAS adviser found ‘calling’ in academic advising

Academic adviser Danette Griffith originally expected to have a career working with children, but found advising to be her calling.
“[In the beginning of my advising career] I was actually able to work with the adviser who advised me…,” Griffith said. “I’ve really enjoyed it because I think I can really relate to it.”
Griffith, who has […]

Retired SIUE librarians explore the evolution of the book

Retired SIUE librarians explore the evolution of the book

From the first known pictograph to present-day eBooks, two former SIUE librarians discussed the evolution of the book – and what comes next – last week as part of the College of Arts and Sciences Colloquium.
Charlotte Johnson, a retired SIUE librarian, discussed the evolution of the book as part of the College of Arts and […]

Anthropology professor publishes guest blog about 'preppers'

Anthropology professor publishes guest blog about ‘preppers’

If you’re prepared for a zombie apocalypse, you’re prepared for anything.
At least that is what anthropology professor Chad Huddleston has found through his research with the St. Louis-based Zombie Squad.
“Their story is that they’re an anti-zombie squad, but really in reality they’re a 501(c)3 charitable organization, and they’re very interested in educating the public about […]

Opinions on the Academy

Opinions on the Academy

Each week, the editors will choose an article from The Chronicle of Higher Education.  An interview will be conducted with several CAS professors.  The responses will be posted in this section in a straightforward Q and A layout.
This section is opinion based.
The editors of This Week In CAS are asking that you, the professors of CAS, […]

Opinions on the Academy

Opinions on the Academy

Each week, the editors will choose an article from The Chronicle of Higher Education.  An interview will be conducted with several CAS professors.  The responses will be posted in this section in a straightforward Q and A layout.
This section is opinion based.
The editors of This Week In CAS are asking that you, the professors of CAS, […]

Opinions on the Academy: finding ones 'voice'

Opinions on the Academy: finding ones ‘voice’

Each week, the editors will choose an article from the Chronicle of Higher Education. An interview will be conducted with several CAS professors. The responses will be posted in this section in a straightforward Q and A layout.
This section is opinion based.
The editors of This Week In CAS are asking that you, the professors of CAS, […]

Cocuzza responds; the joys of being a professor

Cocuzza responds; the joys of being a professor

Each week, the editors will choose an article from the Chronicle of Higher Education. An interview will be conducted with several CAS professors. The responses will be posted in this section in a straightforward Q and A layout.
This section is opinion based.
The editors of This Week In CAS are asking that you, the professors of CAS, […]

Blankson responds; 'greatest problem' facing colleges today

Blankson responds; ‘greatest problem’ facing colleges today

 
Each week, the editors will choose an article from the Chronicle of Higher Education. An interview will be conducted with several CAS professors. The responses will be posted in this section in a straightforward Q&A layout.
This section is opinion based.
The editors of This Week In CAS are asking that you, the professors of CAS, use this […]

Opinions on the Academy

Opinions on the Academy

Beginning next week, there will be a new section on This Week In CAS.
In the continued effort to promote CAS and its role in the academy, the new section will focus on the academy.
Each week, the editors will choose an article from the Chronicle of Higher Education. An interview will be conducted with several CAS […]

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