Amy Stich

‘Access, opportunities and outcomes’

Does the U.S. education system function to reproduce inequalities of social class and race while claiming to improve access for minorities and financially disadvantaged students?
Yes, says Amy Stich, an assistant professor in the NIU Department of Leadership, Educational Psychology and Foundations.
“We have

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NIU visionaries

Finding new ways to prevent and treat disease. Improving incubators for premature babies. Inventing a new type of solar cell.
These are just a few of the exciting innovations of NIU faculty and staff who were honored recently during the Research and Innovation

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Laurie Elish-Piper

‘Everything I’ve wanted to do’

Growing up in Highland, Ind., Laurie Elish-Piper loved books and school.
As an undergraduate at tiny Saint Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, a city about an hour south of the home where her parents still live, she combined those joys of her life into

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