Survey shows graduates receive overqualified jobs

Almost half have jobs that don’t require degrees Job prospects may not be abundant for college students who lack the equivalent of a master’s degree. In a random national survey conducted by Accenture, a management consulting and outsourcing company, ... Continue Reading →

SIU, Harris-Stowe sign exchange pact

  A new recruiting agreement could bring some fresh faces to campus in the coming semesters. The university officially signed a memorandum of understanding March 21 with Harris-Stowe State University, a historically black university, or HBCU, located ... Continue Reading →

‘App’ competition streams to life

Now there just might be an app for everything. The university’s first Saluki App Competition, which runs Jan. 28 through Mar. 29, allows individuals or teams the opportunity to create a mobile device software application that could enhance the university ... Continue Reading →

Graduate school accepts new director

The new graduate school director said she plans to increase marketing efforts and communications. Susan Ford started her duties as associate dean and graduate school director Nov. 19. The position had been vacant since August. Ford was an anthropology ... Continue Reading →

Research grant policy changes postponed

For now, professors don’t have to factor in tuition costs of graduate students and assistants in research grant funding. As a part of an August change to the research grant process, the university stopped waiving graduate students’ and assistants’ ... Continue Reading →

University wins grant from EPA

The future of environmental-friendly coal and concrete can be attributed to students and faculty of SIUC. SIUC won a $90,000 grant over a period of 18 months from the Environmental Protection Agency’s People, Prosperity and the Planet award competition ... Continue Reading →
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