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Southern Illinois University Carbondale this fall will offer an online bachelor’s degree specialization in aviation maintenance management.
Shaye Harre knows how to hit a homerun. She hit 29 of them over her four seasons at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, ending with a career batting average of .328.
Students in the Department of Geography and Environmental Resources at Southern Illinois University Carbondale received year-end awards last week during a pre-finals reception. The scholarships and honors are the most prestigious the department awards.
Nate Boss has discovered that a dream reimagined can be even more wonderful than your original dream.
An expert in mathematical biology will be the featured speaker at a math conference next week at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
12:30 PM to 4:00 PM – 810 S. Elizabeth St. Faculty House: Duplicate Bridge is the most intellectual of card games but if you can count to 13, you can learn it. Students and community are welcome. The Denzel Bridge Club meets every Thursday at 12:30. Snacks and coffee are provided. Lessons available if needed and cost is $3 per session.
1:00 PM to 10:00 PM – Itchy Jones Stadium Abe Martin Field
5:30 PM to 8:30 PM – Grinnell Lower Level Grinnell
7:45 AM to 4:30 PM – Student Center Corker Lounge
8:00 AM to 3:30 PM – SIU School of Law: The 18th Annual SIH/SIU Health Policy Institute, entitled ‘Obamacare After Obama: The Future of U.S. Health Care at a Crossroads,’ will be held on Friday, May 19. The day-long program offers CME, CNE, and CLE credit and will be simulcast from Springfield to the SIU School of Law in Carbondale. The program brings together a panoply of speakers from multiple sectors and a range of viewpoints to explore the issues inherent in legislative health care reform in a way that goes beyond the strongly held political positions that have captured the media attention. More information and registration can be found at: bit.ly/healthpolicyinstitute
College News and Events
SIU’s May 13 graduation at the SIU Arena marked the end of a successful semester for students. U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos, D-East Moline, was the keynote speaker at the ceremony for the College of Business and the College of Education and Human Services. Saturday was a special day for individuals who walked across the stage to receive the degrees that they have worked diligently to earn, and some graduates shared their thoughts about their time in the College of Business.
Summer internships are important for students of any level in college, as they give students an opportunity to gain real world experience and to apply what they have learned in the classroom. To that end, the Business Placement Center has a variety of resources available for students, including Connect2Careers, career counseling, business career tools, and much more.
The Department of Management hosted a panel for students on April 27 in Morris Library. Nearly 100 students attended one of the two panel sessions. Pete Mykytyn, department chair and professor of management, played a big role in making the management panel possible for students. “The purpose of the panel is to enlighten students about a whole lot of things,” Mykytyn said. “There are a number of points that the panelists will bring up and students will also have the opportunity to ask questions.”
Jeff Rose can be described in many ways. Best-selling author. Business owner. Certified financial planner. Iraqi combat veteran. Now he can add SIU Distinguished Alumni Award for Young Alumni Achievement winner to that list. Rose graduated from SIU Carbondale’s College of Business with a bachelor’s degree in in 2002. He is a certified financial planner, CEO and founder of Alliance Wealth Management LLC, an investment advisory firm.
Five SIU Carbondale College of Business students who compete on the university’s swimming and diving team have been named to the 2017 Missouri Valley Conference’s Swimming and Diving Scholar-Athlete Team.