• Hansen to serve as the Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

    Former Dean of Graduate Studies and Research and history professor Stephen Hansen will serve as Interim Dean until Aug. 2015 when a faculty search committee reviews and identifies applicants for the dean’s position on a continuing basis.
    Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Stephen Hansen. Photo courtesy of Howard Ash
    Hansen came to SIUE [...]

  • Art Therapists, community band together to bring hues of hope to Ferguson

    Art Therapy professor Gussie Klorer was a resident of Ferguson for 48 years and said she was crushed when she saw what happened in her hometown.
    Ferguson City Hall after murals were painted on the boarded windows. Photo courtesy of Delgaldo.
    “The destruction and the riots were absolutely devastating to me,” Klorer said. “The anger and destruction [...]

  • Heil contributes research, knowledge about trafficking in film project

    Criminal justice professor Erin Heil said she decided to participate in a film project on sex trafficking because she appreciated the direction the filmmaker was taking with it.
    Criminal Justice professor Erin Heil in an interview for a documentary on trafficking. Photo courtesy of Heil.
    John Thornton II from Georgia Tech University is directing the film. The [...]

  • STELLAR Student profile: Alexandra Taitt

    When Alexandra Taitt began her college career at SIUE, she knew she wanted to major in anthropology.
    Alexandra Taitt was named to the STELLAR Student award list for 2014. Photo courtesy of Taitt
    She was named to the 2014 STELLAR Student award list, and said she felt honored.
    Taitt said she would not be where she is today [...]

  • STELLAR Student profile: Paula Tarbell

    Paula Tarbell believes in the value of social workers to promote social justice and empowering people to solve their problems.
    Senior social work major Paula Tarbell
    “One of the things I love about social work is that it comes from a strengths perspective [where] people are viewed within their entire environment, not just as a diagnoses/situation,” Tarbell [...]

SIUE alumna Erika Hussar running chemical analyses. Her thesis research was published in the international journal 'Water, Soil, and Air Pollution in Nov. 2012'

Environmental Sciences Program, grants give graduate students training in faculty research

Graduate students in the Environmental Sciences Program deal with real world environmental issues by conducting frontline research and receiving training in faculty research, according to
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Celebrating the 40th anniversary of The National Ragtime and Jazz Archive at SIUE, photographer Roscoe Crenshaw presented at Lovejoy Library

Friends, students and lovers of Jazz gather at Lovejoy Library, hear Crenshaw discuss his photography

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of The National Ragtime and Jazz Archive at SIUE, photographer Roscoe Crenshaw presented at Lovejoy Library. Photo courtesy of Wells. Nestled in
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Richard Copple is president of the student organization Veteran  photo courtesy of Copple

Veteran Student Association led by commitment to serve and give back

After being wounded in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Richard Copple found himself being taken care of in a hospital in Germany. Richard Copple is president of the
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Senior social work major Monica Shallow.

STELLAR Student profile: Monica Shallow

Empowering people and giving a voice to the marginalized and oppressed are the main reasons why senior Monica Shallow chose to pursue a career in
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  • Scholarly Activities

  • From left: Sammy Seale, IRIS student assistant and Samantha Winkler, Dr. Hildebrandt's student assistant at the open house listening to information given by Hildebrandt.

    IRIS open house showcases digital research opportunities

    From left: Sammy Seale, IRIS student assistant and Samantha Winkler, Dr. Hildebrandt's student assistant at the open house listening to information given by Hildebrandt. The Interdisciplinary Research and Informatics Scholarship (IRIS) Center is hosting a series of open houses for faculty

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  • Other Recent Articles

  • Senior Ryan Jouett hopes to help people better their lives as a probation officer someday. Photo courtesy of Jouett,

    STELLAR Student profile: Ryan Jouett

    Senior Ryan Jouett hopes to help people better their lives as a probation officer someday. Photo courtesy of Jouett,
    Senior sociology and criminal justice major, Ryan Jouett, said he believes most or many people who commit crimes deserve a second chance.
    He attests that to being one of the reasons he is pursuing a career as a [...]

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