Missy Houghland has seen SIU from many angles in her 13 years serving the university. Her view began as a student, with the Pinckneyville native earning two degrees at SIU.…
Her official job title at SIU may be Account Technician III for the Center for English as a Second Language, but Rhonda Radford’s colleagues and the students she helps on…
Leading the Pack is a regular feature that highlights faculty and staff members who go above and beyond to fulfill SIU’s Mission. If you would like to nominate someone to…
Spanning over 1,200 acres with more than 31 miles of sidewalks, 14 miles of roads and 12,340 parking spaces, the Southern Illinois University Carbondale campus and landscape requires near constant attention.
Every student needs someone to talk to while away from home. Thankfully, SIU forestry degree program students have Patti Cludray.
When Mandy Phemister started her journey as a nurse in 1999, she wanted to do everything in her power to help those in need of extra care. That first led her to geriatric care, then women’s health, before she finally found her fit working with students at SIU’s Student Health Services.
Antyne Lester knows that success in college starts long before students walk into their freshman classrooms.
Interacting with people and having a positive impact on their lives – that’s what Sally Wright loves most about her job with SIU’s Recreational Sports and Services.
While college life often focuses on strong academics and future career preparation, Layla Murphy thinks a little fun should also be in the mix. That is why she is hard at work planning parties, donut drops and coffee breaks to keep students excited and involved.
Before Julie Davis was a student herself and later associate professor and director of Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) program, she had the unique opportunity to consider program faculty a part of her family.