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Research

SIU adds disease-resistant soybean lines

Southern Illinois University Carbondale is helping Midwest soybean farmers combat a parasitic roundworm -- the soybean cyst nematode, sometimes referred to as the “billion dollar pest.” And they are using the soybean itself to do it. More about {title of article}

Events

Paul Simon Debate to feature national titlists

Political debate can make for great drama and two of Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s national champion student debaters will provide insight into that success in an exhibition on April 21. More about Paul Simon Debate to feature national titlists

Announcements

Miller chosen BOT student trustee

Adrian Miller of Carbondale will be the Southern Illinois University Carbondale student trustee to the SIU Board of Trustees. More about Miller chosen BOT student trustee

Accomplishments

App contest highlights student innovation

Southern Illinois University Carbondale students showed their innovation and creativity in creating special software applications at the 2014 Saluki App Competition. More about App contest highlights student innovation

Accomplishments

Students earn literary and art work honors

Nine students engaged in creative writing and visual arts recently earned inaugural SIU Carbondale Literary and Art Award honors. More about Students earn literary and art work honors

Research

SIU faculty earn honors for patent work

Several Southern Illinois University Carbondale faculty members received honors at the recent Interdisciplinary Research Forum for receiving patents for their work within the past year. More about SIU faculty earn honors for patent work

From The Chancellor

Harvey Henson passionate about students, science, service

Although nearly 2,000 miles away, the recent earthquake and aftershocks in Los Angeles serve as reminders that our proximity to the New Madrid and Wabash Valley fault lines means we also are at risk. More about Harvey Henson passionate about students, science, service

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