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Frogs on the Move

Drug-Resistant Pathogens and the Roles of Pharmacists

Most of us can probably recall learning about frogs at some point in a science class, perhaps during discussions of tadpole metamorphosis or through frog dissection ...



Drug-Resistant Pathogens and the Roles of Pharmacists

Drug-Resistant Pathogens and the Roles of Pharmacists

With the increased use of invasive medical devices comes an increased risk of infection. Dr. Scott Bergman, assistant professor in the SIUE School of Pharmacy Department of Pharmacy Practice ...



Young Hispanics’ Education and Health Literacy — Are They Connected?

Young Hispanics’ Education and Health Literacy — Are They Connected?

Health literacy, the ability to understand health-related information in order to make appropriate decisions about one’s health, is a national concern with significant effects on health outcomes and costs ...



First-Hand Accounts of Cherokee Culture and U.S. Political Encounters:
Dr. Rowena McClinton Edits New Volumes of the Payne-Butrick Papers

First-Hand Accounts of Cherokee Culture and U.S. Political Encounters: Dr. Rowena McClinton Edits New Volumes of the Payne-Butrick Papers

The Newberry Library houses the well-known and frequently utilized 14-volume John Howard Payne Papers, also known as the Payne-Butrick Papers. In the fall of 2010 ...



The New Canoe: Digital Technology and Indigenous Knowledge Systems

The New Canoe: Digital Technology and Indigenous Knowledge Systems

As a comparative philosopher and interdisciplinary scholar, Dr. Gregory Fields, professor in the SIUE Department of Philosophy, observes that indigenous traditions of natural and human history, literature ...

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