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Registration for the summer and fall semesters is just around the corner, so now is the time for students to sign up for appointments with their academic advisers. “NIU’s academic advisers don’t just help students register for classes,” said Margee Myles, director of Student Services in the College of Education. “They have a variety of skills…

USA Today ranks NIU alum among top coaches

John Harder
NIU alumnus and high school basketball coach John Harder has scored national recognition this season. USA Today has chosen him as one of the top five coaches in Florida for high school girls basketball and has opened voting to the public to crown the best coach in each state. Fans can visit USA Today through Feb. 24…

Literacy Ed offers new reading cohort in DeKalb

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NIU’s Department of Literacy Education will offer a new cohort this summer leading to a Master of Science degree in literacy education with a focus on reading. Classes will be held at the Jerry L. Johns Literacy Clinic in DeKalb. The program includes one or two classes per semester and is ideal for classroom teachers who are…

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