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Division of Academic Affairs (www.niu.edu/academicaffairs) and the Executive Vice President and Provost (www.niu.edu/provost) recently launched/re-launched their websites. Current and prospective students, faculty, staff and families can find useful resources, articles and upcoming events. “Ask the Provost” is a new feature on the Provost website, where people can leave questions and comments. Questions may be directed...
The Finance & Budget Office is recruiting an assistant university budget officer (ABO). The deadline to apply for this position is Sept. 30, 2016. For job description and qualifications, please see Assistant University Budget Officer – Human Resource Services – Northern Illinois University.
If Nov. 8, 2016, is your first national election while living on campus – or the first election ever for you – you should know you can vote here at NIU. Voter registration is taking place all over campus and DeKalb. Voter registration tables will be set up in residence halls, outside dining rooms at...
The DeKalb County Health Department, NIU Health Services, NIU School of Nursing, and NIU Employee Assistance Program will host flu shot clinics from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 21 in the Capitol Room of the Holmes Student Center (HSC) and Tuesday, Oct. 25, in the Regency Room of the HSC. For complete information...
The Office of Student Academic Success is pleased to announce our “Destination Gradation” workshop series will be returning for the upcoming 2016-2017 academic school year. This informative series of academic workshops provides students with a free lunch while learning about various topics critical to helping students work toward graduation and into the job market or...
NIU is pleased to welcome Dr. Todd Gilson as the new director of the University Honors Program as of July 1, 2016. An associate professor in the Kinesiology and Physical Education (KNPE) department at NIU, Gilson’s research focuses on the link between key psychological constructs that help distinguish highly successful leaders and performers from less...
Debbie Gettemy
Dr. Eric Weldy, vice president for Student Affairs & Enrollment Management, is pleased to name Debbie Gettemy as the new director of Housing & Residential Services. Debbie, who earned a Masters degree in Educational Leadership at the University of North Dakota, has eleven years of professional experience in residential services. Debbie has been with NIU since...
The first-ever DeKalb/NIU Art Walk will take place on October 6, 2016, from 5-11 p.m. at 23 venues throughout the DeKalb business district and NIU campus. There are seven downtown DeKalb businesses and community venues still looking for NIU student artists, performers and musicians to host in their locations during the event. If you are...
By now everyone has heard about the frightening problems with lead-polluted water in Flint, Michigan. But exactly how did the problems come about? And how can similar health risks be detected or prevented here in Illinois? At the next STEM Café, two NIU faculty members will dissect what went wrong in Flint and will discuss...
NIU’s College of Health and Human Sciences is heading back to school with a roster of changes aimed at bringing synergies and coordination to several programs. Those changes add two new names to the roll call this year: the School of Nursing, and the School of Health Studies. The important changes include: The School of Nursing contains only the nursing majors (both...
Masih Shokrani is congratulated by NIU President Doug Baker.
Masih Shokrani, associate professor of the Medical Laboratory Sciences program in the College of Health and Human Sciences is the 2016 recipient of University Honors Great Professor Award. The University Great Professor Award is an annual and university-wide recognition that honors those NIU members who have made sustained contributions to the enhancement of honors education...
NIU’s Center for Black Studies has scheduled a variety of events in celebration of Black Heritage Month, with the theme “A New Age of Resistance: Respecting Our History, Defining Our Future.” Throughout the month of February, the NIU community will celebrate the many important contributions of African-Americans during Black Heritage Month. The opening ceremony, featuring...
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