Professor of music emerita from Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, she has authored the Illinois Achievement in Music Teachers Manual, and student workbooks for nine levels of this widely-used syllabus/examination program.
What does SIU stand for?
SIU stands for Southern Illinois University
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- Service Informatique Universitaire (French: University Computing Services; University of Namur; Belgium)
- Sets In Use (TV)
- Signal Interface Unit
- Significant Industrial User
- Simulation Interface Unit (US DoD)
- Sinyal Isleme, Iletisim Ve Uygulamalari Kurultayi (Turkish)
- Slide in Unit
- Societá Italiana di Urologia
- Société d'Imagerie Ultrasonore (French: Ultrasonic Imaging Society)
- Société Internationale d'Urologie (French: International Society of Urology)
- Southern Insurance Underwriters, Inc. (Georgia and Florida)
- Special Investigations Unit
- Special Investigative Unit
- Special Investigative University (Colorado Springs, CO)
- Storage Interface Unit
- Stores Interface Unit
- Subsystem Interface Unit
- Suck It Up!
- Sudan International University (Khartoum, Sudan; est. 1990)
- Synchronization Interval Unit
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Administered by Southern Illinois University, the EHE-PATC faculty also included sociologist Joyce Ladner, artist Oliver Jackson, World Saxophone Quartet founder Julius Hemphill, author Shelby Steele, linguist Edward Crosby, poet Hale Chatfield, and Senegalese master drummer Mor Thiam.
Desiring Voices: Women Sonneteers and Petrarchism Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press, 2000.
Millies holds a Master of Science from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service (1978), a Master of Business Administration in finance from Southern Illinois University (1975), and a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Fordham University (1972).