James Sparks was a nontraditional student in every sense of the word when he enrolled at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. But, he said, SIU provided the help, support and encouragement he needed to not only complete his life about-face, but also enable him to help other people do the same.
Chloe Grover is making the most of her senior year at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
A group of almost 30 new Salukis have been enjoying a four-week immersive learning experience on the Southern Illinois University Carbondale campus. It’s all about giving them a jumpstart toward success in their college careers.
The previous year created the need for going virtual, but that didn’t prevent engineering students at Southern Illinois University Carbondale for shooting for the moon.
After earning his degree in civil engineering from Virginia Tech in 1994, Matthew T. Bundy always planned to return to graduate school to pursue architecture. An initiative started in fall 2018 by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s School of Architecture made that possible.
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.
For Vernecelyn Allen and five other Southern Illinois University Carbondale School of Aviation female pilots, competing in the 2021 Air Race Classic is about building upon a legacy dating back to famed aviator Amelia Earhart in 1929.
Who will teach the children? That’s a question many school districts throughout Illinois are struggling to answer as they search for teachers to fill vacancies.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s automotive technology program isn’t taking a back seat as the country and automotive industry continue moving toward greater reliance on electric vehicles, or EVs.
Earning the Community Dental Health Coordinator (CDHC) certificate greatly touched Southern Illinois University Carbondale senior dental hygiene student Fatema Alharbi.