Saluki Pride: Jessica Crowe goes beyond the classroom to teach sociology

Saluki Pride: Jessica Crowe goes beyond the classroom to teach sociology

Jessica Crowe, associate professor of sociology, is an innovative teacher and an influential researcher and author. In fact, Crowe and SIU colleagues received $1.7 million from the National Science Foundation’s S-STEM program for the Upper Delta Region Biodiversity Scholarship Program, to provide educational opportunities in biological sciences for students, particularly those from underrepresented groups.

Cody Suddeth is SIU’s 2021 Student Employee of the Year

Cody Suddeth is SIU’s 2021 Student Employee of the Year

Cody Suddeth was determined to make the most of his college experience while attending Southern Illinois University Carbondale. The first-generation Saluki did that by getting involved in activities both on- and off-campus while also maintaining a 3.92 GPA and working in the undergraduate advisement office for the College of Agricultural, Life and Physical Sciences.

SIU’s Jacqueline Nash researches COVID-19’s impact on health care

SIU’s Jacqueline Nash researches COVID-19’s impact on health care

Jacqueline Nash decided that preparing for final exams while working full-time wasn’t taxing enough. She is pursuing her master’s degree in health administration at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, working as a graduate/teaching assistant and holding down another job, but during finals week, she also presented her research on COVID-19 and PTSD in radiologists at an international conference.