Wendy Shaw: Shaw studies the geography of affluence Read the Article. Published December 23, 2011

Jason Williams: Williams believes insects can teach us a lot Read the Article. Published December 16, 2011

Laura Strand: Strand teaches the art of weaving in a new world Read the Article. Published December 9, 2011

Joao Sedycias: We no longer live in a one-language world Read the Article. Published December 2, 2011

Andrew Theising: Theising tries to find ways to make cities better Read the Article. Published November 25, 2011

Andrew Neath: Neath studies, teaches the uncertainties of life Read the Article. Published November 18, 2011

Sharon McGee: McGee teaches students art of persuasive writing Read the Article. Published November 11, 2011

John DenHouter: DenHouter concentrates on oil paintings Read the Article. Published November 4, 2011

Vance McCracken: McCracken knows ulcers and parasitic worms. Read the Article. Published October 28, 2011

Brett Stamps brings knowledge, passion to jazz. Read the Article. Published October 21, 2011

Randy Pearson: Geography is not just for memorizing capitals. Read the Article. Published October 14, 2011

Julie Holt: Professor finds history in our own backyards. Read the Article. Published October 7, 2011

Gussie: Klorer: Gussie Klorer uses art to help children heal. Read the Article. Published September 30, 2011

Grant Andree: Arts and Issues chief Andree has had adventures. Read the Article. Published September 23, 2011

Chistienne Hinz: SIUE professor finds Japanese culture enlightening. Read the Article. Published September 16, 2011

Aminata Cairo: Anthropologist sees how cultures use medicine. Read the Article. Published September 9, 2011

Hernando Garcia: Physics professor leads research into laser uses. Read the Article. Published September 2, 2011

John Korak: Trumpet professor known for giving inspiration. Read the Article. Published August 26, 2011

Eric Ruckh studies how we learn, teach and act. Read the Article. Published August 19, 2011

Dennis Mares has a clue about criminal gangs. Read the Article. Published August 12, 2011

Dr. Faith Liebl works to explain what cells do. Read the Article. Published August 5, 2011

Calvin Jarrell: Jarrell keeps dance traditions alive at SIUE. Read the Article. Published July 29, 2011

Jason Stacy: A fresh look at "O CaptainÉ". Read the Article. Published July 23, 2011

T. R. Carr: SIUE's Carr teaches tomorrow's public servants. Read the Article. Published July 15, 2011

Steve Rigdon: Statistician recommends a dose of skepticism. Read the Article. Published July 8, 2011

Lana Hagan: Teaching Acting a Hard Act to Follow. Read the Article. Published July 1, 2011

Catherine Seltzer: War between north and south - in literature. Read the Article. Published June 24, 2011

Denise DeGarmo: Radioactive relations. Read the Article. Published June 17, 2011

Bill Retzlaff: Green roofs forever. Read the Article. Published June 10, 2011

Kimberly Archer: A composer for our times. Read the Article. Published June 3, 2011

Carl Springer: Springer studies links between religions. Read the Article. Published May 27, 2011

Greg Vogel: Archaeology not much like Indiana Jones. Read the Article. Published May 20, 2011

Mike Shaw: Brighter future on the way for batteries. Read the Article. Published May 12, 2011

Paulette Myers: Stimulating minds, teaching art. Read the Article. Published May 6, 2011

Kristine Hildebrandt: The Tower of Babel keeps getting smaller. Read the Article. Published April 29, 2011

Dave Kauzlarich: SIUE sociologist studies government crime. Read the Article. Published April 22, 2011

Jeffrey Sabby: A view of the universe from SIUE campus. Read the Article. Published April 15, 2011

Chuck Harper: Teaching acting - not as simple as it looks. Read the Article. Published April 8, 2011

Adrian Matejka: When poetry can be beautiful and subversive. Read the Article. Published April 1, 2011

Bryan Jack: Exodusters: The forgotten migration. Read the Article. Published March 25, 2011

Rick Essner: What happens when life goes wild. Read the Article. Published March 18, 2011