Financial month end close

The month of October is closing for all financial reporting activity at noon on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Journals not posted at that time will go into November business. Final October reports are scheduled to be available on Wednesday, Nov. 9. November reports

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How the math approach can make things simpler

The Office of the Provost and the Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center are pleased to announce the fall 2016 Presidential Teaching Professor Seminar. Dr. Harvey Blau, distinguished teaching professor of the Department of Mathematical Sciences in the College of Liberal Arts

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The art of dress in Myanmar

Discover the rich history and dress of the varied Burmese cultures. Join Dr. Richard M. Cooler, emeritus professor of art history at NIUs School of Art and Design and emeritus director of the Center for Burma Studies, for a lecture on the

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Author Bryan Stevenson coming to NIU on Oct. 24

Students, staff, family, friends and community members are invited to attend Bryan Stevenson’s open presentation, “American Injustice, Mercy, Humanity and Making a Difference,” on Oct. 24, at 6:30 p.m., in the Holmes Student Center, Carl Sandburg Auditorium. Stevenson, founder and executive director

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Last flu clinic Oct. 25

The last scheduled flu clinic for state of Illinois employees is Tuesday, Oct. 25. The clinic will be held in the Holmes Student Center, Regency Room, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The flu vaccine is free to NIU employees who are the

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STEMfest 2016 draws 8,000 visitors

On Saturday, Oct. 8, 8,000 participants at STEMfest 2016 spent the day getting their hands into science, technology, engineering and math. The festival featured 98 booths with hundreds of activities, enjoyed by visitors from 110 ZIP codes in three states. Nearly 60

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