Past News Articles Collection: A Glimpse into Days Gone By
➤ GRAD STUDENT MEET & GREET JANUARY 11
All graduate students are invited to participate in the Meet & Greet to be held directly after the Orientation on Thursday, January 11 at the Morris Library Rotunda, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm. Join us for conversation and refreshments. Catch up with friends after the break, and welcome new graduate students. What a great way to begin the spring semester.
➤ GRADUATE SCHOOL TO HOST NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION JANUARY 11
➤ GRAD STUDENT HALLOWEEN COSTUME CONTEST
Congratulations to Maria Del Mar Anasco, master’s student in Music, who won the graduate student costume contest dressed as Bellatrix Lestrange! Maria received 65 of the 263 total votes. Honorable mentions: Summer Alotaibi as Chucky and Ari Szubryt as Leaf Sheep (Sea Slug). Thank you to everyone who participated by dressing up and/or voting.
➤ NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH
Join the celebration during November. The theme is “Our Stories, History and Culture.” Guest speakers, music, and more events are all free and open to the public. Learn more about the special events planned by clicking here. Download the flyer here.
➤ LGBTQ+ HISTORY MONTH – History, Community, Resilience
The LGBTQ+ Resource Center is offering a variety of events in OCTOBER. Click here for more information.
➤ HISPANIC/LATINX HERITAGE MONTH
Click here to learn about the special activities to be offered for Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month. The theme is “Latinos: Driving Prosperity, Power, and Progress in America.”
➤ GRAD SCHOOL TO WELCOME NEW STUDENTS WITH ORIENTATION AUG 17
On Thursday, August 17, 2023, all graduate students who are starting a new program (or who still feel new) are invited to attend the New Student Orientation, to be held in the Student Center auditorium, 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Campus and community organizations will be there to provide information and respond to questions. Refreshments will be served. Contact Dr. Rose Moroz email@example.com with questions.
If you missed the orientation, please visit CURRENT STUDENTS to check out the links to resources and view the recording of the January orientation.
➤ DIVERSITY WEEK
Celebrating Carbondale's Diverse Communities: The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Anti-racism, Diversity Equity and Inclusion would like to invite you to participate in SIU's Diversity Week. This year's theme, "Celebrating Carbondale's Diverse Communities," is designed to cultivate unity, foster inclusion, and enhance knowledge that nurtures a sense of belonging. The week of activities provides opportunities to engage with others and celebrate difference in meaningful ways. We encourage faculty, staff and students to join us for all of the events which include performances, panel and roundtable discussions, social activities and much more.
August 28 - September 1
Click here for the flyer.
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