• 39th Probst Lecture Series to feature international chemist Robinson

    For the 39thAnnual William J. Probst Memorial Lecture, SIUE will host internationally known chemist Gregory H. Robinson on March 16.
    International chemist Robinson will present his advancements in fundamental chemistry March 16 for the 39th Probst Lecture Series. Photo courtesy of Jones.
    Robinson will present his inorganic/organometallic chemistry research findings, titled “Stabilization of Highly Reactive Molecules” to [...]

  • SIUE alum’s environmental educational programs stimulate interest in museum activities

    When Erin Hilligoss-Volkmann moved to the St. Louis area from Phoenix, she said she enrolled at SIUE to enhance her teaching career.
    SIUE alum Erin Hilligoss Volkmann receives the 2014 Hiram M. Chittenden award for Interpretive Excellence from Col. Anthony Mitchell, St. Louis District Commander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Photo courtesy of Erin Hilligoss-Volkmann)
    Instead, through [...]

  • SIUE discussion panel focuses on sexual assault prevention

    Research has shown that prevention programs focusing on reducing rape myths, increasing sexual knowledge and encouraging bystander intervention have been proven to be effective, according to Dayna Henry, professor of Kinesiology & Health Education.
    The above panel addressed students and faculty members about sexual assault prevention programs on campus and nationwide research statistics. Martinez, Henry and [...]

  • Renowned author’s work with Native Americans documented by SIUE history professor

    John Howard Payne gained international fame when he penned the lyrics to the classic song “Home Sweet Home” from his 1823 opera, “Clari.”
    Dr. Rowena McClinton, SIUE history professor, is annotating and translating historical texts by 19th century actor and playwright John Howard Payne. Most famous for his classic song "Home Sweet Home," Payne is also [...]

  • Stellar Student: Shelby Markel

    Shelby Markel doesn’t remember exactly when she decided she wanted to become a doctor.
    SIUE junior Shelby Markel, a biological sciences major from Bunker Hill, comes from a line of pre med students at SIUE. Her brother, Jordan, graduated from SIUE in 2014 and her uncle, Dr. Gary Rull is also an SIUE alum. (Photo courtesy [...]

Dr. Horne has authored numerous books on Black history putting new angles to their various roles in American history. He will discuss his research on campus at the SIUE Bookstore on Thursday. Photo courtesy of Wells.

International historian returns to area to discuss discoveries in Black history

New indications about what may have caused the American Revolution, explanations regarding tension between the U.S. and Cuba, and untraditional viewpoints of Black history’s involvement
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Art history professor Katherine Poole-Jones lectured about the willful hand of painter Artemisia Gentileschi.  Self-portrait image above of the Baroque artist provided by Poole-Jones.

Hand of Baroque female painter grabs students’ attention

Art history professor Katherine Poole-Jones lectured about the willful hand of painter Artemisia Gentileschi. Self-portrait image above of the Baroque artist provided by Poole-Jones. Seventeenth-century Baroque
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Kelly Buch, a double major in math and Spanish, stands in front of the Alhambra, a palace and fortress built in the 14th century in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. (Photo courtesy of Kelly Buch)

Stellar Student: Kelly Buch

In her short time at SIUE, Kelly Buch has excelled in advanced math and biology courses. Kelly Buch, a double major in math and Spanish, stands
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Junior Stephen Wilke overcame a battle with depression and is the president and founder of the Lyceum. The Lyceum is a Philosophy club open to all students that meets weekly in the Morris University Center. (Photo by Joe Lacdan)

Stellar Student: Stephen Wilke

During the spring semester of his freshman year at Missouri State, Stephen Wilke Lay in a hospital bed being treated for heart inflammation. Junior Stephen Wilke
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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

  • Carolyn Neunuebel, studyiing abroad in Shanghai is a STELLAR Student at SIUE. Photo courtesy of Neunuebel.

    Stellar Student: Carolyn Neunuebel

    Student STELLAR Awardee Carolyn Neunuebel likes to branch out creatively, through music, linguistics and traveling abroad.
    Carolyn Neunuebel, studyiing abroad in Shanghai is a STELLAR Student at SIUE. Photo courtesy of Neunuebel.
    Her decision to attend SIUE she summarized in one word—value—to provide for these outlets.
    “I came to SIUE after already attending school at two other establishments: [...]

    Feb 22, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

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