Daily News Scan – March 3, 2014


Staffing changes made at NIU
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 3/3/14)

Sheila Talton, on Helping Employees Up the Ladder
(New York Times, 3/2/14)

Graduateprograms.com Announces Its Dean’s List of Top English Grad Programs in the Areas of Career Support, Education Quality, Financial Aid and Quality of Network
(PRWeb, 3/3/14)

Concerned about state cuts, NIU board raises tuition
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 2/28/14)

Eastern Michigan tops NIU, ends game on 10-0 run
(HuskieWire, 3/1/14)

2014 MAC Tournament Tiebreakers, Explained
(WSB-TV, 3/2/14)

GlobalFest offers students a taste of the world
(Bloomington Pantagraph, 3/1/14)

Our View: Thumbs up, thumbs down: Early voting makes it easy to vote
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 2/28/14)

NIU costs will remain stable for the 2014-2015 school year
(WREX-TV, 2/28/14)

Grandma hits the road to see her grandsons graduate
(Daily Republican, 2/28/14)

Baker Continues To Make Changes To Administration
(Northern Public Radio, 3/3/14)

Temporary visitors driver’s licenses issued in DeKalb County
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 2/28/14)

CFA Society Chicago Names Illinois Institute of Technology Champion in the CFA Institute Research Challenge Local Level Competition
(BizWire Express, 2/28/14)

Ex-Huskies return to DeKalb, give back
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 2/28/14)

SIU baseball falls to Northern Illinois
(the Southern Illinoisan, 2/28/14)

Youth vote gets younger: Law lets most 17-year-olds cast ballot
(Chicago Tribune, 3/3/14)

NIU releases 2014 football schedule
(WREX, 2/28/14)

2014 MAC Football: Analyzing The Mid-American Conference Schedule
(WSB-TV, 2/28/14)

NIU football schedule released
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 3/1/14)

New Staff Additions Create PowerHouse e-Book Publisher Marketing Team
(KMPH-TV, 2/28/14)

NIU profs write the book on motivating students in science
(TribLocal Arlington Heights, 2/28/14)

UIC employee’s film nominated for Academy Award
(Washington Times, 3/1/14)

Ex-ISU worker accuses president of assault
(Peoria Journal-Star, 2/28/14)

An Era of Neglect
(Chronicle of Higher Education, 3/3/14)

NIU announces 2014 football schedule
(Red Eye Chicago, 2/28/14)

(Batavia Patch, 2/28/14)

Letter: Area landlords support safe, quality housing
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 3/1/14)

Jump Trading Simulation and Education Center gets $25 million bounce
(Peoria Journal-Star, 2/28/14)

SIU-Carbondale says it has accounted for most of more than 250 once-missing computers
(Columbus Republic, 2/28/14)

NIU announces 2014 football schedule
(Chicago Tribune, 2/28/14)

SIUE to Participate in $320 Million Digital Lab Project
(SFGate, 2/28/14)

Majority of SIU’s missing computers recovered
(The Southern Illinoisan, 2/28/14)

Salukis sweep doubleheader from NIU
(WPSD Sports, 3/1/14)

‘From Bach to Barber’ set for Sunday
(LaPorte Herald Argus, 3/1/14)

Eastern Michigan Stuns Northern Illinois in 56-52 Comeback Win
(WSB-TV, 3/1/14)

University of Missouri president: Higher education matters for our state
(Independence Examiner, 2/27/14)

College Costs for NIU Remain Stable for 2014-15 School Year
(WIFR, 3/1/14)

Public Salary Recovery
(Inside Higher Education, 3/3/14)

SIU Baseball Claims Two Wins Against Northern Illinois
(WSIL-TV, 3/1/14)

Editorial: Endorsements for Illinois Senate and House
(Chicago Tribune, 3/3/14)

JCC employees receive Chancellor’s Award for Excellence for 2013
(Dunkirk Observer, 3/2/14)

For states, financial icebergs loom
(Orlando Sun-Sentinel, 3/2/14)

Adams County Clerk/Recorder Q&A: Chuck Venvertloh
(Quincy Herald-Whig, 3/1/14)

Southern Illinois University Nursing Program Receives Grant
(Advance Healthcare Network, 3/2/14)

Obama Administration Concerned if Colleges Making Students Career Ready
(The Blaze, 3/1/14)

University of Illinois student group pledges $1M to State Farm Center renovation
(Columbus Republic, 3/2/14)

Youth vote gets younger: Law lets most 17-year-olds cast ballot
(RedEye Chicago, 3/3/14)

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