Fall 2016 Newsletter
Welcome to the fall 2016 issue of the College of Applied Sciences and Arts e-newsletter.
VARIED PATHS LEAD STUDENT TO PURSUE CAREER AS FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Whether she was working as a freelance artist and illustrator, geriatric caregiver, hospital information systems technology coordinator, or financial adviser, Ewa Krawczyk’s goal has been helping people.
SEUNG-HEE LEE RECEIVES ‘SCHOLAR OF THE YEAR’ HONORS
Seung-Hee Lee believes her active research in merchandising is important to be an effective instructor for her students.
RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM FOCUSED ON EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES, INNOVATION
The third ASA Multidisciplinary Research Symposium, hosted by the College of Applied Sciences and Arts, featured an expanded lineup and location change.
INTERNSHIP IN CHINA IS VALUABLE TO STUDENT’S CAREER
Like many students, Tairu Zong was able to spend time at home with his parents this summer. Zong, who is a junior this fall at SIU Carbondale, is potentially also opening new avenues for international internships for the aviation technologies program.
ROBERTSON EARNS PRESTIGIOUS AVIATION SAFETY AWARD
The university’s storied aviation history includes concerns with general aviation safety.
Around the College
Here are some recent events in the College of Applied Sciences and Arts.