Morning Conversation (6/2/2015): SIU For The Community
SIU is reaching out to the region, hoping to introduce people to the many programs and services available. WSIU's Jennifer Fuller talked with Continuing Education and Outreach Director Kathy Stallman and Recreation Center Associate Director Sally Wright about "For The Community":
Thursday is National Health Care Decisions Day. The goal is to encourage and raise awareness of advanced care planning for end of life.
Thad Pope is a bioethicist and is the director of the Health Law Institute at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota. He is visiting SIU Carbondale as the John and Marsha Ryan Bioethicist in Residence.
Pope talked with WSIU’s Jeff Williams about the current trends in bio-ethics and end of life medical treatment.
Morning Conversation (3/20/2015): The Carbondale Study
WSIU's Jennifer Fuller talks with SIU Journalism and Political Science Professor Scott McClurg about "The Carbondale Study," which aims to guage the views of residents on a range of issues from law and crime to environmental issues and race, healthcare, and community relationships.
WSIU's Jennifer Fuller interviews retired U.S. AID Senior Policy Advisor John Becker. Becker says there is a unique role to play for universities in the future of agricultural programs all over the world.
WSIU's Jennifer Fuller talks with Carbondale Public Library Director Diana Brawley-Sussman, Art Activist Najjar Abdul-Mussawir, and WSIU Promotions Graduate Assistant Kate West about the upcoming Community Cinema, "Evolution of a Criminal."
WSIU's Jennifer Fuller talks with Carbondale Community Arts Executive Director Nancy Stemper, President Gary Kolb, and artist Najjar Abdul-Musawwir about the upcoming CCAU- The Civil Rights Act of 1964: A 50 Year Commemoration: