NIU alum teaches hands-on STEM lessons in China

For the past two years, NIU alum Sam Watt (BS Physics, 2014) has been teaching science in Beijing, introducing the seventh- and eighth-graders at Beijing Academy   (北京中学)—as well as their teachers, parents and administrators—to an exciting hands-on approach to STEM education. As

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Shine a Light on Autism

On Sunday, April 2nd, Autism Awareness Month begins with World Autism Awareness Day.  The Presidential Commission on Persons with Disabilities will host an informational table at the Holmes Student Center on Monday, April 3rd from 11-1.  They are also asking individuals in our community

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A warm welcome, Version 2.0

Last summer’s maiden voyage of the Fulbright Gateway Orientation at NIU sailed to success. Seventy foreign Fulbright student grantees spent three days in DeKalb acquiring skills necessary for successful academic and professional lives in the United States while they also learned more

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Anna Brereton and Meg Wolowicz

Volleyball’s globetrotters

Huskies Anna Brereton (Sun Prairie, Wis./Sun Prairie) and Meg Wolowicz (Manitowoc, Wis./Manitowoc Lincoln) are spending 10 days in Central Europe this summer, visiting four different countries and playing in the 2016 European Global Challenge in Pula, Croatia, on the coast of the

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