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Policy affects research grants

By Lauren Duncan

September 8, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

A recent change by administration to increase financial security around research grants may affect the process faculty go through to attain the funding.As of August, two different policy changes placed around research grant fundi...

International Program receives name change

By Tai Cox

September 5, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

International Programs and Services is changing its name after 30 years.Now called the Center for International Education, the name is all that has changed; services will remain the same, said Carla Coppi, director of the progra...

Vending machines arrive on campus

By Matt Daray

September 5, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

SIU is close to completing a new deal that will provide the campus with new vending machines.Vending machines have been absent since the start of the school year because the university’s contract with Robertson Vending Company ...

Associate Provost position responsibilities to change

By Austin Flynn

September 5, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

Not only are administrators looking for a new associate provost of academic administration, but they are also looking for a new dean to absorb the position.Susan Logue, who has held this position since July 2009, will retire ...

Stress and anxiety: two different conditions

By Tai Cox

September 4, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

While students can experience stress and anxiety, some may not know the two are different conditions.Almost 30 percent of students cited stress as a major academic difficulty, according to the Student Health Center.  Although ...

Enrollment declines by 970 students

By Lauren Duncan

September 3, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

Overall enrollment has declined at SIU for the eighth consecutive year.Numbers for the 10-day enrollment count released Tuesday state 18,847 students have enrolled at the university this fall — a 970-student decline from last ye...

Tech RSO searches for hands-on work

By Austin Flynn

September 3, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

Some Registered Student Organizations can go overlooked, but the Tech Dawgs hope to stick out among the crowd by offering free computer assistance.The Tech Dawgs, a student organization based on information technology, offers...

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