Steve Tamari, associate professor of historical studies at SIUE’s College of Arts and Sciences, just returned from the second of three conferences scheduled in nearly as many weeks. Tamari’s research focuses on ethnic and territorial identity before nationalism specializes in Ottoman Syria during the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries, a region called Bilad al-Sham, a [...]
Archive for April 23rd, 2012
April 16, 2012, Fritz Faerber kicked off Mass Comm Week with his lecture, “Journalism Without a Net.”
A ten-year veteran of salaried journalism, Faerber returned to freelancing five years ago. Since then he’s contributed to CBS, NBC, Fox News, CNN, National Geographic, and numerous other publications. Faerber shared his experiences starting out, strategies for marketing stories, [...]
[Video] Last week SIUE’s Department of Theater and Dance hosted, “Cinderella: What You Think You Know is Wrong.” The play is a dark retelling of the classic fairytale, adapted and directed by freelance playwright and founder of The Hypocrities theater, Sean Graney.
Angela Cooper, a senior mathematics major in SIUE’s College of Arts and Sciences, will be traveling this summer to Northern Arizona University to participate in a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. The REU is funded by the National Science Foundation, according to Cooper.
According to Krzysztof Jarosz, distinguished research professor and chair of the mathematics [...]
On April 21, 2012, the old Lemp brewery in Saint Louis got a taste of southern Illinois culture when SIUE’s spring BFA students opened their gallery show “Casting A Wide Net.” The show features work from: Rebecca Jerrels, Aaron Holderman, Aurora Bihler, Kim Buettner, Hunter Creel, Elizabeth Hill, and Kevin Tod.
This is the second showing [...]