• In remembrance: SIUE grad and local artist dedicates life’s work to Holocaust survival

    Agnes Pal’s love of art was born of curiosity and fondness for beautiful shapes nearly a lifetime ago.  She said she loved art since she was a child living in the Hungarian town of Mako, dreaming of artistic designs in her steel bed painted with the Seven Dwarves.
    SIUE alum Agnes Pal, left, has created dozens [...]

  • SIUE, St. Louis Jazz Club and Essentially Ellington to elevate jazz education for high schools

    The Essentially Ellington Regional High School Jazz Band Festival is a day-long jazz festival that will fill Dunham Hall with world-renowned clinicians who will provide 10 high school bands with master classes.
    Pictured above are performers for the St. Louis Jazz Club. Photo courtesy of Swagler.
    The event, co-produced by Jazz at Lincoln Center and the jazz studies [...]

  • Trio unites to represent SIUE at Midwest Dance Festival

    Attending the Midwest Dance Festival was beyond leaps and bounds in the studios for theater and dance professor Kristin Best-Kinscherff and her three students.
    Pictured above are two of three dance students, Brianna Biffignani (left) and Amber Hoene (right) of theater and dance professor Kristen Best-Kinscherff (center) who attended the Midwest Dance Festival. The two and [...]

  • Stellar Student: Brittany Mersman

    It didn’t take very long for Brittany Mersman to make a good impression on SIUE biology professor Amy Hubert.
    Brittany Mersman is double majoring in Biology and Psychology. The native of Teutopolis plans to earn a PhD in pyschology after graduation. (Photo by Joseph Lacdan)
    “She picks up stuff really fast,” Hubert said. “I show her how [...]

  • Stellar Student: David Favre

    David Favre said he approaches his studies with strict discipline and sometimes he even works ahead. He learned his work ethic during his training in the Marine Corps.
    David Favre, a junior philosophy major from Collinsville, said enlisting in the Marine Reserves has helped him become a more disciplined student. The 26 year old has a [...]

This painting by Art & Design professor

38th Annual Art Auction to take center stage on campus

An intensified crowd of auction participants will bid on original artworks donated to benefit SIUE’s Art & Design department. This painting by Art & Design professor
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Guest speakers to discuss group responsibility at Colloquium sessions hosted by Philosophy Department

Guest speakers to discuss group responsibility at Colloquium sessions hosted by Philosophy Department

Understanding the moral responsibility of groups and presenting an alternative view of a famous Western philosopher will be the topics discussed in the Philosophy Department’s
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Art alums showcase pupils’ work at annual high school juror show

Art alums showcase pupils’ work at annual high school juror show

While area high school students received recognition for their work at the Art & Design department’s annual High School Art Exhibition on March 2, the
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Coley Anderson, PAPA graduate attained the type of career he felt led to since meeting his city manager in Galva. Anderson works as financial analyst at Moody's Investors Service

PAPA graduate applies real world learning at leading finance company

Coley Anderson, PAPA graduate, attained the type of career he felt led to since meeting his city manager in Galva. Anderson works at Moody's Public
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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

  • URCA student Chase Tiffany and foreign languages professor Heidy Cuervo Carruthers collaborated in research to test the effects of music on Spanish vocabulary learning. Chase will present their research at St. Louis University later this month. Photo by Theresa San Luis.

    URCA researchers link music with Spanish vocabulary learning

    Foreign languages professor Heidy Cuervo Carruthers and her research assistant, Chase Tiffany conducted research that revealed music can enhance learning of Spanish vocabulary.
    URCA student Chase Tiffany and foreign languages professor Heidy Cuervo Carruthers collaborated in research to test the effects of music on Spanish vocabulary learning. Chase will present their research at St. Louis University [...]

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