Grad Student’s start-up chosen as finalist

SIUe Grad student, Tiffany Graham, was chosen as a finalist in The Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Metro East Startup Challenge (MESC), a regional business plan competition for entrepreneurs and startups. The top teams of the nine finalists presented their winning business concepts at the Leadership Council Southwestern Illinois Board of Directors meeting last Friday, before a live audience of … More Grad Student’s start-up chosen as finalist

Grad students need help?

The Graduate School is pleased to announce walk-in hours for continuing graduate students to get assistance with things like: ·         Thesis Formatting ·         Thesis Submission ·         GA Contract ·         GA Tuition Waiver ·         Graduate Student Travel ·         Grants & Awards The spring semester walk-in schedule:             February 23-May 29  Mondays, 2:00-4:00  Tuesdays, 4:30-6:00  Thursdays, 9:00-11:00 If … More Grad students need help?

Historic St. Louis Venue Features SIUE Grad Student & Indie Rock Flutist, Courtney King

Where: The Chapel, 6238 Alexander Dr. St Louis, MO 63105 When: March 13, 2015 at 7:00 PM      ST. LOUIS – Sounds reminiscent of Jethro Tull’s rockin’ flute will fill the halls of a now converted gothic style-church in up-town St. Louis.   The structure was once a Presbyterian place of worship built in … More Historic St. Louis Venue Features SIUE Grad Student & Indie Rock Flutist, Courtney King

Are you a Student Leader? Check out the Kimmel Scholarship

Student Leaders: The Kimmel Student Involvement Center is once again excited to offer the Kimmel Scholarship.  This scholarship is open to SIUE students with sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student status with a 3.0 GPA or higher and outstanding service to the campus and community.  The recipient of this scholarship will receive two semesters worth … More Are you a Student Leader? Check out the Kimmel Scholarship

Grad student raises awareness with The Heroin Project

Ashley Seering, who graduated last May from SIUE’s Mass Communications program with a focus on television production, recently began using her experience to make short documentaries about the Madison County Heroin Task Force meetings that take place every month in Edwardsville. Our own, Professor Cory Byers also joined the cause. Heroin is a silent killer that … More Grad student raises awareness with The Heroin Project