Harvey Henson has been shaking things up for years at SIU, first as geology researcher, where he got involved in preparing the public for the inevitable earthquake that someday will…
Cherie Watson’s connection to SIU has literally gone around the world and back, so it’s no surprise that she’s savoring her current role as outreach and instruction librarian. Her tasks…
Practically everywhere you look on campus you can see the handiwork of Dave Tippy, superintendent of grounds, and his team of more than 60 people.
Making career and family life work is always a challenge. Two researchers at SIU have not only figured out how to do that, but give a lot of extra time and service, too.
When Susan Graham stepped on campus 25 years ago, she had no idea what she was signing up for. But now, her goal is quite simple: support students so they can succeed in what they love to do.
Attend a Saluki sporting event or SIU Arena production and chances are you will see Matt Shackleton. Not that he necessarily wants it that way.
For John Wade, attitude is the best way to build a positive environment for student success. That’s why he shows up every day with a smile on his face, and a kind word ready for each student he comes in contact with.
Lanel Love has one overreaching priority for everything she does at SIU. She wants to help students succeed.