Dorothy Espelage

How can K-12 schools prevent bullying?

Local educators, NIU faculty, staff and students and members of the university community are invited to hear Dorothy Espelage, an internationally known researcher, teacher, speaker, and consultant on preventing and addressing bullying in K-12 schools.
Espelage, a professor at the University of Florida

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Aleksandra (“Ally”) B. Zimmerman

New accountancy professor receives dissertation award

Aleksandra (“Ally”) B. Zimmerman, who this fall joins the nationally ranked NIU Department of Accountancy as an assistant professor, received the 2016 Doctoral Dissertation Award for Innovation in Accounting Education from the American Accounting Association.
Her study examined the impact of audit partner

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Reading the genetic blueprint

Is the day coming when knowledge of the genetics behind human diseases will point the way to cures?
At the next STEM Café – “The Human Blueprint” – NIU associate professor of biology Rick Johns will explore the latest scientific understanding of how

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How to save a brain

Imagine getting lost in your own home or neighborhood. Imagine feeling disoriented, unsure of where you are or how you got there.
For individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders or trauma – and more Americans than ever are diagnosed with these conditions

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Summer Research Symposium planned August 5

NIU’s Office of Student Engagement and Experiential Learning will host the fourth annual Summer Research Symposium from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 5, in Altgeld Hall.
The event is free and open to the public.
Any undergraduate student who has participated in

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