NIU’s Lifelong Learning Institute has announced its Fall 2011 NIU Notables Series.
Faculty, staff and students are invited from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Tuesday through Nov. 8. The series honors and respects the distinguished faculty of NIU while they share their ideas and knowledge in an informal environment.
All Notables lectures are free and open to the public. Bring a lunch, purchase one at the Holmes Student Center or just come and listen.
- Oct. 11: “Lillian Gilbreth: Management Expert and Mom of the Dozen.” Alicia Schatteman, assistant professor, Division of Public Administration, NIU Department of Political Science. Holmes Student Center Illinois Room.
- Oct. 18: “Divided Cyprus: A Vibrant and Tragic Island.” J.D. Bowers, associate professor, NIU Department of History, and director, NIU Roger W. Smith Genocide & Human Rights Institute. Holmes Student Center Room 505.
- Oct. 25: “Metropolitan Chicago’s Evolution: Extending the Time Line w/’10 Census Results.” Richard Greene, associate professor, NIU Department of Geography. Holmes Student Center Heritage Room
- Nov. 1: “Representing Guantanamo Detainees: An Update.” Marc Falkoff, associate professor, NIU College of Law. Holmes Student Center Lincoln Room
- Nov. 8: “NGOLD Center: A New Model in Community Leadership and Civic Engagement.” Judith Hermanson, NIU Department of Political Science, and director, NIU Center for NGO Leadership and Development (NGOLD). Holmes Student Center Room 305.
For more information, call (815) 753-1456 or email email@example.com.