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NIU President Doug Baker speaks Wednesday to residence hall community advisers.

NIU President Doug Baker addresses NIU residence hall community advisers at the start of the fall semester.

In the wake of recent events at the University of Missouri and other college campuses around the country, NIU President Doug Baker discussed the university’s commitment to inclusion and diversity, and the importance of creating an environment of mutual respect during his most recent edition of the NIU Insider podcast.

“The diversity that makes us rich with insights and perspectives can also lead to misunderstanding and conflict,” said Baker during his biweekly appearance in the podcast series.  “How we deal with that conflict will determine the strength of our learning environment and the intellectual vitality of our university community.”

President Baker highlighted action taken by the university earlier in the semester when a student posted on social media a photograph that showed a self-portrait in black face and included a racially-insensitive caption that was offensive to both majority and minority members of the university community.

Baker said the university has worked with the student who is truly remorseful and had been unware of the implications of the act.  The incident, which occurred before Halloween, provided an opportunity to develop a broader educational campaign focused on the theme “Conscientious Costumes” to emphasize that racial or other types of stereotyping, even in holiday costume, can be hurtful and offensive.  “Our goal as a university is to prepare students for life and careers in a diverse society where cultural competence will be key to their success,” Baker said.

President Baker mentioned that he and several university administrators recently met with the Black Student Union to discuss the black-face incident and broader issues of inclusion and climate on the NIU campus.

As result of conversations with the BSU and other campus groups, the president has asked chief diversity officer Vernese Edghill-Walden to work with university and community members to develop a dialog series to be launched early in the spring semester to share perspectives on these difficult issues and build a sense of common understanding that will strengthen the foundation for positive change.

President Baker’s NIU Insider podcast can be heard in its entirety via the media player below.

Previous editions of the NIU Insider podcast are posted at http://www.niu.edu/president/insider/index.shtml and are also available on iTunes.

 

 

 

Date posted: November 19, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on President discusses diversity, building common understanding on NIU Insider

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Founders Memorial LibraryNorthern Illinois University Dean of University Libraries Patrick Dawson will leave NIU to pursue a professional opportunity as director of the Albin O. Kuhn Library and Gallery at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), effective Feb. 1, 2016.

“Patrick has provided excellent leadership and facilitated a number of innovative initiatives associated with research and technology during his seven years as dean of University Libraries,” said Executive Vice President and Provost Lisa Freeman.

“Our library staff, programs and resources are nationally recognized for their excellence, and we will conduct a national search to fill this very important position.”

Dawson arrived at NIU in July 2008, and during his tenure he promoted the implementation of innovative and emerging information retrieval and delivery technologies and trends such as the Huskie Commons Digital Repository and launch of NIU’s Open Access Fund.

Dawson will remain at NIU until his departure, and after his departure Chalermsee (Ete) Olson has agreed to serve as interim dean of University Libraries.

Olson’s appointment will be presented to the Board of Trustees for approval at the Dec. 10 regular meeting. A national search for a permanent successor to Dawson will begin in fall 2016.

Patrick Dawson

Patrick Dawson

Olson joined NIU Libraries in 1991 and has served as the associate dean of Collections & Technical Services Division in NIU’s University Libraries since 2009.

She has been responsible for library materials budgeting, library collection and management, and managing Technical Services (acquisitions and cataloging), Rare Books and Special Collections, Southeast Asia Collection, Government Publications, the Music Library and Faraday Library.

She is also a faculty associate of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies.

Olson received a master’s degree in Library and Information Studies from NIU and a master’s degree in Linguistics from the University of Pittsburgh as a Fulbright Scholarship recipient.

Date posted: November 13, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Dean of University Libraries to depart

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Intersection of Lucinda Avenue and Stadium Drive East looking west toward Grant South and Stevenson Towers.

Northern Illinois University will host a grand opening event for the Lucinda Avenue extension project Wednesday, November 18, 2015.

The event will begin at 2:00 p.m. near the intersection of Lucinda Avenue and Stadium Drive East and includes a ribbon-cutting ceremony and remarks from NIU President Doug Baker and other university and community leaders.

The Lucinda Avenue extension project, which included the dismantling of Douglas Hall, is one of the first significant steps in the re-envisioning of the NIU campus to inspire and enable student career success. The extension of Lucinda Avenue provides a more efficient link to the east and west sides of campus, allowing students, faculty, staff and visitors enhanced access to the Convocation CenterOutdoor Recreation Sports Complex and on-campus residence halls.

Lucinda_extension_cropped_webThe $4.5 million project also will provide easier access to west-campus parking facilities and facilitate public transit to and from the core of campus via the Huskie Line bus system.

For more information on the Lucinda Avenue extension grand opening, contact Brad Hoey at (815) 753-6667 or via email at [email protected]

Date posted: November 11, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Lucinda Avenue extension grand opening set for November 18

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2011-2012 Unity in Diversity poster designed by ChrisNorthern Illinois University will recognize the winners of the Unity in Diversity student essay contest during a reception on Wednesday, November 11, 2015. The event will take place at 3:30 p.m. in the Chandelier Room in Adams Hall.

The event is open to the public and light refreshments will be served.

The Unity in Diversity essay contest is open to first-year composition students as part of the Department of English’s efforts to enhance students’ competence to exercise freedom of expression through writing. Student essays supported the values of unity in diversity by highlighting the  importance and understanding of cultural differences that have historically constituted a strength of the American experiment.

The Unity in Diversity student essay winners are:

First Place – Alexander Ainoo (John Bradley, instructor), Jalissa Murray (Adam Burgess, instructor)

Second Place – Lavell Ballard (Jeanne Jakubowski, instructor)

Third Place –  Alexia Gomez (John Bradley, instructor), Marcos Quezada (Maria Alderson, instructor)

Honorable Mention – Erika Hendler (Jeanne Jakubowski, instructor), Danish Mohiuddin (Jeanne Jakubowski, instructor)

The university community is invited to participate in a celebration of diversity and accomplishment by these seven NIU students.

 

Date posted: November 9, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Unity in Diversity essay winners announced

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DeKalbHarkening back to Abraham Lincoln’s adage that “the best way to predict your future is to create it,” Northern Illinois University and five public and non-profit organizations serving DeKalb County are partnering to create a vision for the county’s economic development future.

The first step in this process is to seek broad-based community input about economic development priorities.

Two opportunities for public input are planned for Tuesday, Nov. 17, at the DeKalb County Farm Bureau, located at 1350 W. Prairie Drive in Sycamore.

Two interactive 90-minute “summits” will be held at 8:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. on that date. The format for each summit includes a presentation by NIU researchers from the Center for Governmental Studies on “The State of DeKalb County’s Economy,” followed by small tabletop discussions to obtain participants’ ideas for the county’s economic development future.

“We want this to be an inclusive process because economic development affects everyone,” said DeKalb County Board Chairman Mark Pietrowski. “If we do it well, we help existing businesses flourish and attract new businesses that offer jobs with good wages.”

A strong economic base is essential to the quality of life in every community, Pietrowski added, because a strong local economy provides jobs, tax revenues and important services that residents need.

Sycamore Public LibraryFollowing the Nov. 17 summits, NIU researchers will meet with community leadership from municipalities throughout DeKalb County to better understand their specific economic development assets, needs and opportunities. The information gathered from the meetings, combined with the ideas generated at the summits, will be the basis for DeKalb County’s economic development vision.

The summits are open to the public, and residents who live, work, attend school or own property in DeKalb County are encouraged to attend one of the events.

The Nov 17 summits are free of charge but registration is required to attend the event.

Registration is available online. An online survey will also be available for people who would like to provide their ideas but are unable to attend one of the summits.

This visioning process is being co-sponsored by DeKalb County Government, the DeKalb County Economic Development Corp., the DeKalb County Community Foundation, Northern Illinois University and the DeKalb County Farm Bureau.

For more information, contact Diana Robinson at (815) 753-0912 or [email protected] or Brian Richard at (815) 753-0162 or [email protected].

Date posted: November 2, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on DeKalb County seeks community input on economic development

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My IHSA logoNIU once again is proud to partner with the DeKalb County Convention and Visitors Bureau to host the 2015 Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Football State Championships Friday, November 27 and Saturday, November 28 at Huskie Stadium.

Volunteers play a big role in the success of the event, and the IHSA Destination DeKalb team is seeking assistance from the NIU and surrounding communities to welcome an estimated 30,000 visitors to Huskie Stadium during IHSA championships weekend.

Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and cannot be a current high school student. Volunteer positions include ticket scanners, ushers and parking personnel for at least one of the three available shifts:

  • 7:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
  • Noon – 5:30 p.m.
  • 4:30 p.m. – 10:30 p m.

SuziC_volunteerAnyone interested in being a part of this great event that showcases NIU and the local community to students, families and visitors from across the state of Illinois, please visit ihsadestinationdekalb.com/volunteer to register today!

Individuals who are certified in cash handling and are willing to sell tickets or assist with collecting parking fees, please contact Sue Hansfield directly at 815-753-9544 or email [email protected].

Additional information about the IHSA Football State Championships at Huskie Stadium is available at ihsadestinationdekalb.com.

Date posted: October 30, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Volunteers needed for IHSA Football State Championships

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NIU Police Chief Tom Phillips

NIU Police Chief Tom Phillips

I get excited every year during Homecoming week about the great opportunities to highlight Northern Illinois University and our fantastic social activities that lead up to Huskie football’s annual Homecoming game on Saturday.

Homecoming is probably the quintessential campus event that draws so many NIU alumni, students, faculty, staff, family and friends to our community.

In an effort to ensure that all who live and visit our community have an enjoyable and memorable experience, NIU Police and Public Safety works months in advance of Homecoming on planning and development of campus and community safety initiatives. Community safety is our top priority, and we collaborate on safety initiatives with both the DeKalb Police and Fire departments as well as agencies from across the county and state. This collaboration results in an increased public safety presence on and off campus to manage the tremendous influx of visitors to NIU and the DeKalb community. Our mission is to maintain organized traffic and pedestrian flow, provide security for numerous special events and to ensure that students, faculty, staff, and visitors have an opportunity to enjoy the exciting festivities.

The Northern Illinois University campus is a safe one, but a large university campus and its surrounding community will not be crime free. NIU and DeKalb police and other partner law enforcement agencies work together to prevent crime and to quickly identify and arrest offenders when crime occurs.

You, too, play a very important role in keeping our campus and community safe.

  • Be alert, and trust your instincts. Be aware of your surroundings. If a situation doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t. Contact police if something looks suspicious or out of place. Any information, no matter how small, can contribute to preventing a crime.
  • Watch out for each other. Don’t be a bystander. Call 911 immediately if you or someone else is in danger.
  • If you hear or see a fire alarm, leave the building immediately. Just because you cannot see flames or smoke does not mean you are safe – a fire or other hazard could be in another part of the building and rapidly spread to where you are.

Go Huskies!Please take a moment to review the Campus Safety resources below to stay informed and keep yourself and others safe on and off campus.

Maintaining a safe community is a shared responsibility, and we all can contribute to ensuring that this year’s Homecoming celebration is the best to date.

Be safe, have fun and go Huskies!

Tom Phillips is the chief of NIU Police and Public Safety.

Date posted: October 22, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Tom Phillips: We all contribute to a safe, happy Homecoming

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Photo of someone washing hands with soapDeKalb County Public Health Administrator Jane Lux and NIU Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Eric Weldy emailed NIU students, faculty and staff with an update on reported cases of mumps at the university.

To our students, faculty and staff,

The DeKalb County Health Department and Northern Illinois University Health Services wish to update you on the status of mumps on campus.

As of today, the number of lab-confirmed cases of mumps at NIU is ten (10). The good news is that the number of cases is small and that the reported cases are currently contained to a well-defined sub-population on campus. In the days ahead we will be taking steps to vaccinate all members of that group in an effort to slow the spread of the disease.

After consulting with experts at the Illinois Department of Public Health, we are not conducting a large-scale vaccination effort on the campus at this time. The vast majority of the students, faculty and staff should be protected after receiving two (2) doses of the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine during childhood.

However, we do strongly urge any students, faculty or staff who may not have been vaccinated – or who are uncertain of their vaccination status – to do so as soon as possible, either through their personal physician or through the clinic at NIU Health Services for students.

Mumps is spread in the same manner as colds and flu (via respiratory droplets and saliva or mucus from the mouth, nose or throat of an infected person) and the precautions taken against those diseases are also effective in reducing your chances of contracting the mumps:

  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, and throw the tissue away after use.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. If water is not near, use an alcohol-based hand cleaner.
  • Do not share eating and/or drinking utensils.
  • Refrain from close contact with individuals who are sick or experiencing symptoms.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. (Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth). 

Mumps is an acute infectious viral disease that can cause swelling and tenderness of the salivary glands in the cheeks and jaw. Other symptoms include, fever, headache, muscle aches, fatigue and loss of appetite. If you or anyone in your family has any of the symptoms of mumps, please contact your health care provider for further evaluation.

Most people with mumps recover completely in a few weeks. The time it takes for symptoms to appear after a person is exposed to the virus can range from 12 to 25 days. In Illinois, persons with mumps must stay home until at least 5 days after the onset of symptoms.

Children and adults should be up to date with their immunizations. Children should receive the first dose of mumps containing vaccine, MMR, at 12 to 15 months and a second dose at 4 to 6 years of age. All adults born during or after 1957 should have documentation of one dose of MMR. Adults at higher risk, such as college or university students, health care personnel, international travelers and individuals who may been exposed to mumps should have documentation of two (2) doses of mumps vaccine or other proof of immunity. Persons born before 1957 are thought to be immune, since they were likely infected naturally. Please discuss your family’s vaccination history with your health care provider. It should be noted that while that while vaccination is highly effective, it does not provide 100 percent protection against the disease.

Individuals seeking additional information about mumps can contact the DeKalb County Health Department at (815) 758-6673 or NIU Health Services at (815) 753-8873.

Jane E. Lux, RN, MPH Public Health Administrator DeKalb County Health Department

Eric A. Weldy, Ed.D. Vice President, Student Affairs & Enrollment Management Northern Illinois University

Date posted: October 16, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Mumps update

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Renique Kersh

Renique Kersh

New appointments this fall in two key areas under the Office of the Provost are making an immediate impact on the academic success of NIU students.

Associate Vice Provost for Engaged Learning Renique Kersh and Joel Stafstrom, acting director of the University Honors Program, started their new roles late this summer.

“Renique and Joel are two very talented and dedicated leaders,” said Vice Provost Anne Birberick. “Their outstanding credentials and backgrounds in coordinating student leadership programs and learning opportunities are well suited to direct two important areas that highlight student achievement at NIU.”

Along with her duties as associate vice provost, Kersh will also direct NIU’s Office of Student Engagement and Experiential Learning, which provides undergraduate students opportunities to engage in hands-on learning both in and outside the classroom.

“NIU’s dedication to undergraduate research, themed learning communities, service projects and other high-impact endeavors creates an enriching and exciting environment for our students and for our faculty,” Kersh said. “We have a great staff and great students who are committed to helping the university develop and sustain programming that leads to student academic success.”

Kersh comes to NIU from North Central College in Naperville, where she taught courses on leadership and coordinated co-curricular programming. She earned her bachelor’s degree in communications from Oakland University, a master’s degree in education from the University of Maryland and has a Ph.D. in community health from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Joel Stafstrom

Joel Stafstrom

Stafstrom brings 25 years of teaching experience as faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences at NIU to his new leadership role with the University Honors Program. He has been affiliated with University Honors for much of his time at NIU, having been a member and chair of the Honors committee among other activities and initiatives associated with the program.

“The University Honors Program is built on three pillars: tradition, excellence and community,” Stafstrom said. “It is my strong intention to continue to strengthen the program in all of these areas, and I’m really excited to be able to work directly with bright, hardworking and highly engaged honors students.”

Stafstrom received his Ph.D. in molecular, cellular and development biology from the University of Colorado and has a bachelor’s degree in biology from Dartmouth College.

“NIU’s commitment to student career success emphasizes experiential learning,” said Lisa Freeman, executive vice president and provost. “The university is fortunate to have Dr. Kersh and Dr. Stafstrom encouraging NIU students to pursue undergraduate research, service learning and internships and building communities of undergraduate scholars.”

Date posted: October 15, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Kersh, Stafstrom assume leadership roles

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Photo of someone washing hands with soapDeKalb County Public Health Administrator Jane Lux and NIU Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Eric Weldy emailed NIU students, faculty and staff about a confirmed case of mumps in DeKalb County.

To Our Students, Faculty and Staff:

The DeKalb County Health Department wishes to inform the community that a Northern Illinois University student has a lab-confirmed case of mumps. The DeKalb County Health Department, Illinois Department of Public Health and NIU Health Services are working together to provide information to the community about symptoms of mumps, how it is transmitted and what you can do to prevent infection.

If an individual is vaccinated against mumps, typically part of the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine, his or her risk of getting mumps is very low. However, it is possible to get mumps, regardless of your age or vaccination status.

Mumps is an acute infectious viral disease that can cause swelling and tenderness of the salivary glands in the cheeks and jaw. Other symptoms include, fever, headache, muscle aches, fatigue and loss of appetite. If you or anyone in your family has any of the symptoms of mumps, please contact your health care provider for further evaluation.

Most people with mumps recover completely in a few weeks. The time it takes for symptoms to appear after a person is exposed to the virus can range from 12 to 25 days. In Illinois, persons with mumps must stay home until at least 5 days after the onset of symptoms.

Children and adults should be up to date with their immunizations. Children should receive the first dose of mumps containing vaccine, MMR, at 12 to 15 months and a second dose at 4 to 6 years of age. All adults born during or after 1957 should have documentation of one dose of MMR. Adults at higher risk, such as college or university students, health care personnel, international travelers and individuals who may been exposed to mumps should have documentation of two (2) doses of mumps vaccine or other proof of immunity. Persons born before 1957 are thought to be immune, since they were likely infected naturally. Please discuss your family’s vaccination history with your health care provider.

Mumps is a viral disease and there is no specific treatment. Since mumps is spread by respiratory droplets and saliva or mucus from the mouth, nose, or throat of an infected person, prevention measures include these simple actions:

  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, and throw the tissue away after use.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. If water is not near, use an alcohol-based hand cleaner.
  • Do not share eating and/or drinking utensils.
  • Refrain from close contact with individuals who are sick or experiencing symptoms.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. (Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth). 

Individuals seeking additional information about mumps can contact the DeKalb County Health Department at (815) 748-2467 or NIU Health Services at (815) 753-8873.

Jane E. Lux, RN, MPH
Public Health Administrator
DeKalb County Health Department

Eric A. Weldy, Ed.D.
Vice President, Student Affairs & Enrollment Management
Northern Illinois University

Date posted: October 1, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Mumps case reported in DeKalb County

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Academic Task Force co-chairs George Slotsve and Alan Clemens

Academic Task Force co-chairs George Slotsve and Alan Clemens

NIU’s Program Prioritization efforts are picking up speed with the election of new task force co-chairs and launch of the Prioritization Plus data platform.

George Slotsve, associate professor of Economics, and Alan Clemens, instructor in Leadership, Educational Psychology and Foundations, will co-chair the Academic Task Force, while Matt Streb, professor and chair of Political Science, will join Michelle Pickett, director of the Academic Advising Center, as co-chairs of the Administrative Task Force.

The combined task forces have undergone training in recent weeks, and chose the dual-chair model based on expert recommendations as well as the advice of an outgoing chair faced with personal and professional time conflicts.

“We’re heading into a period of very heavy demands with a number of important decisions yet to be made,” said Michelle Pickett. “I like the co-chair model because it highlights the importance and complexity of the role.”

Administrative Task Force co-chairs Michelle Pickett and Matt Streb

Administrative Task Force co-chairs Michelle Pickett and Matt Streb

Monday also marked the live launch of Prioritization Plus, the web-based data platform loaded with centrally-held data on every program.

“Most data is loaded into the system now and mapped to the appropriate criteria questions,” explained Ruperto Herrera of the initiative’s Data Support Team. “We have some additional financial and budgetary information to load, but basically we’re ready for program authors to access the system and begin work on their program narratives. We’ll notify authors when the final financial information is available in a couple of weeks.

Each author and approver should login to the system soon and change his/her password to avoid being locked out of the system. Additionally, program authors can add additional authors (people helping with their narratives) by accessing a Program Prioritization Author Change Form.

If, after reviewing the institutional data loaded into Prioritization Plus, authors have questions about that data, they should email [email protected] or call 815-753-8100 to submit program-specific questions. Those questions will be quickly routed to the most appropriate member of the Data Support Team for a prompt response.

While more than 250 authors have been trained in the use of Prioritization Plus, additional hands-on and online training workshops are being offered in October. For more details or to register for those sessions, go to http://go.niu.edu/pptraining.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date posted: September 30, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Program Prioritization update

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An NIU student studying in Swen Parson HallNorthern Illinois University is hosting its seventh annual Graduate and Professional School (GPS) Fair on Tuesday, September 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Duke Ellington Ballroom of the Holmes Student Center. The fair is free to all and is intended to help students and community members get a head start on their graduate and professional school searches.

“On the continuum of student career success, pursuing a graduate or professional degree is often the next logical step for entry or advancement in the workplace. That is true because the great promise of graduate education is that it prepares the next generation of thought leaders, innovators, and practitioners for those roles,” noted Bradley Bond, dean of the Graduate School and associate vice president for Graduate Studies.

NIU graduate and professional programs are well represented at this year’s GPS Fair, including the Graduate School, the Colleges of Education, Health & Human Sciences, Law, and Liberal Arts & Sciences, the Department of Public Administration and the NIU MBA program.

“The Graduate and Professional School Fair is an opportunity for everyone who is interested in earning a master’s, doctoral, or professional degree to get information about institutions and programs,” said Joyce Keller, associate director in NIU Career Services and coordinator of the event. In addition to NIU advanced degree programs, attendees will have the chance to talk face-to-face with graduate and professional school representatives from over 90 programs throughout the United States. The fair includes exhibitors from law, technology, health, business, education, sciences, social sciences, and humanities programs, among other areas of study.

GradSchool_commencement2015Although attendees do not need to dress professionally or bring copies of their résumés, it is recommended that they prepare by reviewing the list of schools and programs scheduled to attend the fair. The growing list of exhibitors for this year’s GPS Fair is available at www.gpsrecruit.niu.edu.

Students are encouraged to consider advanced degrees early in their college careers. Gathering program information will help students plan for admissions requirements and funding. Students are invited to visit Career Services to discuss how graduate and professional programs may help them advance toward their career goals and further develop their interests, priorities, and talents.

To schedule an appointment with a Career Services staff member to discuss graduate school planning, students may call (815) 753-1641 or email [email protected] Additional information about the Graduate & Professional School Fair is available at www.gpsrecruit.niu.edu.

Date posted: September 25, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Graduate and Professional School fair set for Sept. 29

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