SIU Center for Family Medicine is hosting a COED slow pitch softball game to raise awareness and celebrate prevention efforts for opioid misuse as part of National Prevention Week.
All SIU School of Medicine employees and their families are welcome.
The mission of the SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) program is to support scientific excellence and technological innovation through funding to develop new marketable technologies. The goal of the SBIR/STTR funding is to stimulate and nurture high-impact technology innovations, increase commercial application of research results, and incentivize commercialization.
The 2019 reunion, which is being held on June 21 and 22, 2019 in Springfield, celebrates the classes of 1979, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, and 2009. A casual and fun Friday night family-friendly reception is planned as well as Saturday events that include a campus tour and class picnics. Saturday night will conclude the reunion weekend in style with a semi-formal (business casual) dinner where you can enjoy wonderful food, mingle with classmates and fellow alumni, and learn about updates at the School of Medicine.
Simmon's Cancer Institute at SIU (SCI) invites you to celebrate in an expression of hope and peace. The SCI's butterfly release is a beautiful way to honor the living and celebrate the memory of loved ones by sponsoring a butterfly in their names.