NIU Google Apps/Gmail data will be deleted May 26

On Friday, May 26, NIU’s Department of Information Technology (DoIT) will delete any remaining Google apps, Gmail and data as it completes the final move toward supporting a single, university-wide communication and collaboration system, Microsoft Office 365. NIU completed moving students to

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Faculty Member of the Year for URAD and CES

Undergraduate Research and Artistry Day (URAD) and the Community Engagement Showcase (CES) not only highlight the great work that our students are participating in, but the dedication and support that our NIU faculty and staff have for our students’ success and growth

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CHANCE Program graduation celebration

The McKinley “Deacon” Davis CHANCE Program will recognize fall 2016, spring 2017 and summer 2017 graduates at their annual Graduation Celebration on Friday, May 5, at 1 p.m. in the Altgeld Auditorium. Please join in congratulating and celebrating the achievements of the

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Celebrate Dr. Greg Long’s retirement

Dr. Greg Long is retiring after many years of service and contributions to Rehabilitation Services and Rehabilitation Counseling, the School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders and NIU. There will be a celebration from 3 – 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 9,

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NIU Emojis Now Available!

Monday May 1st is known as College Decision Day for high school seniors. To welcome the Class of 2021 to NIU, the Division of Enrollment Management, Marketing and Communications rolled out NIU emoji and sticker applications. There are iMessage stickers and an

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Presidential commissions accepting membership nominations

The Office of the President invites nominations of faculty, staff and students for appointment to the presidential commissions for terms to begin in fall 2017. Self-nominations are welcome. The presidential commissions are as follows:  Presidential Commission on Interfaith Initiatives; Presidential Commission on Persons

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Baker Report: Budget Update

When I last wrote to you April 4 about our budget deliberations, I promised to communicate again before the end of the month where we were in the process.  This note will serve to deliver on this commitment. Yesterday my cabinet and

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Coping with finals week

Warm days, sunny skies, blooming trees … summer’s nearly here. But first, finals. And while important tests can bring about stress, students can take some measure of comfort in pre-finals activities happening around campus. If you need some extra help, a quiet spot to

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