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SIU Press Book Finalist for the National Jewish Book Award

SIU Press is pleased to announce that We Called Him Rabbi Abraham: Lincoln and American Jewry, a Documentary History by Gary Phillip Zola is a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award.<

Desire2Learn Help Sessions February 10 & 11

Faculty with questions about the effective use of Desire2Learn tools, SIUOnline technical issues or third-party tool and textbook integrations can receive help during two sessions in the month of F

Give Us Your Feedback!

The non-academic (often called “co-curricular”) services and units on campus want to hear from you, in order to improve our services.

SIU Press Publishes Salt Moon by Noel Crook

A new book of poetry is now available from SIU Press.

Video Contest for Undergraduates

Finding yourself in the library a lot this spring? Make a short video about what life is really like in Morris Library, and enter the first annual Morris Library Undergraduate Video Contest!

Speaker's Center Hours for Spring Semester

In spring 2015, beginning on Monday, January 26th, the Speaker's Center will be open on the 2nd Floor media:scape north of the Writing Center.

SIU Press Author a Finalist for National Book Critics Circle Award

SIU Press is thrilled to announce that Jake Adam York’s book Abide is a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award.

Graduate Student Workshops

Morris Library is once again holding Graduate Student workshops this Spring.

Historic Southern Illinois Photographs on Historypin

Have you ever wondered what Cobden looked like in 1910?  Did you know a railroad ran north-south through Murphysboro at 13th and Walnut?  The Special Collections Research Cente

Happiness Wall for Finals Week

Tell us what makes you HAPPY!

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