NIU graduate students

Outstanding graduate TAs sought for awards

NIU’s Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center is seeking nominations for the 2016 Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Awards.
These awards acknowledge outstanding graduate teaching assistants for their contributions to the teaching mission of NIU.
Each recipient of the award will be presented with a

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NIU students

PCSW invites nominations for several awards

NIU’s Presidential Commission on the Status of Women is accepting nominations for its 2016 student, faculty and staff awards.
Nominations for the Outstanding Women Student Awards, created in 1980, are due Friday, Feb. 12.
The annual awards encourage the full participation of women students

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Top row: Patricia Anderson and Ben Bingle. Bottom row: Betsy Hull and Jennifer Kirker Priest

Nominations for annual SPS awards due December 4

The Supportive Professional Staff Council is requesting nominations for the Presidential Supportive Professional Staff Award for Excellence.
This award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the university. All Supportive Professional Staff are eligible. Individuals who were nominated previously but did not

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NIU students

PCSW invites nominations for several awards

NIU’s Presidential Commission on the Status of Women is accepting nominations for its 2016 student, faculty and staff awards.
Nominations for the Outstanding Women Student Awards, created in 1980, are due Friday, Dec. 18.
The annual awards encourage the full participation of women students

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Top row: Patricia Anderson and Ben Bingle. Bottom row: Betsy Hull and Jennifer Kirker Priest

SPS invites nominations for annual awards

The Supportive Professional Staff Council is requesting nominations for the Presidential Supportive Professional Staff Award for Excellence.
This award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the university. All Supportive Professional Staff are eligible. Individuals who were nominated previously but did not

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James Horn

James Horn: Part coach, part student

James Horn was a biochemist in training as early as middle school.
He can still recall Huntley Middle School teacher Larry Engelsman performing a chemistry demonstration with water and dry ice during Halloween season as the song “Weird Science” played in the background. But it

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