The mission of the SIUE East St. Louis Center (ESLC) is to improve the quality of life for individuals and families in Greater East St. Louis in the areas of education, health, social services and the arts.
Drake Jensen, MS Chemistry '15, is the recipient of the SIUE Outstanding Thesis award.
SIUE is recognized as a STARS Silver Institution for accomplishments in campus sustainability.
Funded by the National Science Foundation, Digital East St. Louis promotes interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and the digital humanities while nurturing community pride among East St. Louis middle school students.
While they are imperative to our daily routine, we rarely stop to ask the question: How are laundry detergents, cosmetics and other consumer products not only impacting me but the world around me?
Faculty members at SIUE consistently demonstrate their internal drive and dedication to contribute to U.S. and international scholarship, reflected in SIUE’s increasing external support statistics. In fiscal year 2015, SIUE faculty and staff submitted 195 new proposals to outside agencies and received nearly $50 million in new externally sponsored research and public service awards.
SIUE faculty and staff managed more than 185 awards. Washington Monthly ranks SIUE 8th for research expenditures by master’s-granting institutions out of more than 680 such institutions nationwide.
“As impressive as the numbers may be, they fail to impart the tales of investigation, discovery and creation behind the research,” said Associate Provost and Dean of the Graduate School Jerry B. Weinberg. “I hope you will be a frequent visitor to these web resources as we share with you SIUE activities, creations, outreach and discoveries.”
SIUE faculty and staff receive grants and contracts from funding organizations such as: