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A Message from the Dean

A Message from the Dean

Dear Colleagues,
There is something about the start of an academic year that gets me excited each and every time.  The possibility to transform student’s lives and help them realize their full potential is a wonderful gift granted to each of us in this educational enterprise, and I’m always humbled by the thought.  I’m especially grateful […]

Sutton Allen Spends Summer in NY at Important Residencies

Sutton Allen Spends Summer in NY at Important Residencies

Earlier this year Sutton Allen was published for his experimental body of artwork in the peer-reviewed NCHC Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (UReCA). Allen works primarily in oil and his past series, exhibited in the Annual Juried Student Exhibition, explored iconography and images of antiquity. Before finishing up the spring semester, Allen had two […]

Dr. Suman Mishra’s Campaign to Assist Residents in Revitalizing East St. Louis

Dr. Suman Mishra’s Campaign to Assist Residents in Revitalizing East St. Louis

“Life shouldn’t be about survival. It should be about something a little more than that, and I think we could evolve past the point of just surviving.” —East St. Louis Resident
Once the third-largest city in the state of Illinois with a population peaking at 86,000 in 1950, East St. Louis was home to more than […]

Governor J.B. Pritzker Visits SIUE: Giving a Voice Back to Students

Governor J.B. Pritzker Visits SIUE: Giving a Voice Back to Students

“Student voices matter for the future of the state of Illinois.”—Governor J.B. Pritzker
Representative Katie Stuart & Governor J.B. Pritzker
Changes are well on the way for Southern Illinois University Edwardsville with legislation that will give voices back to the students of the University. On Jul. 30, Governor J.B. Pritzker came to campus to sign a bill […]

Making the Impossible Possible with Dr. Edward Ackad

Making the Impossible Possible with Dr. Edward Ackad

3-D printed Cytochrome P450
Venture down the stairs to the basement of Science East and you might bump into Dr. Edward Ackad, associate professor in the Department of Physics. Outside of teaching quantum mechanics, Ackad researches computational nanophotonics and biophysics. What is that, you might wonder? A quick search online will not turn up a whole […]

Alumnus Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún’s Work on Preserving African Languages

Alumnus Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún’s Work on Preserving African Languages

Since graduating from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville in 2012 with a Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL), Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún has worked for three years as a high school teacher of English (2012-2015), a Speech Linguist at Google (2015/2019), and a lexicographical advisor/consultant for Oxford University Press Dictionaries (2018-date).
From linguistics to […]

A Message from the Dean

A Message from the Dean

Welcome to the Summer 2019 issue of This Month in CAS!  It took awhile for the hot, summer weather to arrive, but arrive it did, and with a vengeance.  As someone who grew up in Florida, I actually don’t mind the heat.  The third floor of Peck gets too cold for my taste, and the […]

SIUE Alumnae Reuinite for Business Venture

SIUE Alumnae Reuinite for Business Venture

Starting an independent venture? In need of inspiration? Look no further than Hannah Lukowski and Ali Rauch, two alumnae of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville who recently celebrated the grand opening of the restaurant chain, Chicken Salad Chick, in Edwardsville, Illinois.
Lukowski and Rauch’s story does not begin at Chick Salad Chick though, it begins much earlier […]

Dr. Undrah Baasanjav’s Groundbreaking Research in Mongolia

Dr. Undrah Baasanjav’s Groundbreaking Research in Mongolia

“This is an issue of information credibility and accuracy, and my research really only represents the surface of the ocean–there are a lot more layers of Internet infrastructure below our social media use.”
In an era of sharing news on social media platforms and with the credibility of news being questioned all around the world, how […]

Women in Geospatial Technology Summit Co-hosted by Dr. Susan Hume

Women in Geospatial Technology Summit Co-hosted by Dr. Susan Hume

Over a hundred women gathered at the T-REX Innovation Conference Center in St. Louis, Missouri on June 27, 2019 for the St. Louis Regional Women in Geospatial Technology Summit.  The event was co-organized by SIUE Professor and Chair of the Department of Geography, Dr. Susan Hume and Mollie Webb, GIS Programmer/Instructor at Washington University and […]

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