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Registration is open for a three-day course to become a certified (C-OHC). An OHC’s perform occupational audiometric testing for noise-exposed workers, and enforce worker compliance with hearing conservation programs. The course is March 16-18 at the NIU Health, Wellness and Literacy Building, 3100 Sycamore Road, room 2305. OHCs work in a variety of settings and...
The Health Professions House is collecting new, unused, toothbrushes for a special project that is part of an alternative spring break trip. School of nursing instructor JoEllen Ryan, along with 10 NIU students and two recent graduates, will travel to Chiapas, Mexico over spring break to provide free health assessments and treatment to the Mayan...
NIU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic
Join the NIU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic and the NIU Physical Therapy Clinic for their Allied Health and Communicative Disorders Open House Saturday, April 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event will be held at the NIU Family Health, Wellness, and Literacy Center located at 3100 Sycamore Road in DeKalb, and will feature guest speakers, STEM...
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Join the NIU School of Music as students and faculty take the stage during the annual Composers Concert on Wednesday, April 15, at 8 p.m. in the Music Building Recital Hall. The event is free and open to the public. Most of the works performed during the concert will be played for the first time in front of...
March is Women’s History Month and Northern Illinois University will celebrate with a variety of events focused on incarceration issues. “The U.S. incarcerates more people per capita than any other nation in the world,” said Rebekah Kohli, coordinator of the Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies program. “While the majority of prisoners are men of color (mostly African...
Did you know, according to the National Eating Disorders Association, nearly 30 million people in the United States will be impacted by an eating disorder during their lifetime? Dedicated to bringing attention to the issues associated with eating disorders, NIU will join the conversation during National Eating Disorder Awareness Week from Monday, Feb. 22 to...
Are you an NIU student looking to make a difference? Sponsored by the First- and Second-Year Experience Office, Sophomore Days of Service provides students the opportunity to participate in a number of service events on campus and in the DeKalb and Sycamore communities this February. Although Sophomore Days of Service is targeted for second-year students, all Huskies are encouraged to participate....
The NIU Art Museum will present Local Visions: Selections From Area Collections, a diverse exhibition featuring art and objects belonging to local residents. The exhibition opens Tuesday, January 6, and runs through Saturday, February 21. A public reception will be held Thursday, January 15, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. and will feature a gallery talk by artists, collectors...
The sound of choirs, carols, brass and percussion will once again echo through the halls of the Music Building when the NIU Choral Department hosts their 17th annual holiday concert. Featuring the world premiere of “The Lands the See the Sun Arise” by DeKalb composer Tim Blickhan, the concert will be held in the Boutell Memorial...
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Join the NIU Community School of the Arts (CSA) for an evening of music performed by young local musicians. The CSA Sinfonia will perform a fall concert Wednesday, Nov. 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the Boutell Memorial Concert Hall in the Music Building. The event is free and open to the public. Directed by NIU...
Students, it’s time for a check-up. The MAP-Works Fall Check-Up Survey will be available from Nov. 1 to Nov. 17, and all first-year students are encouraged to participate. The information collected from the surveys helps faculty and staff determine how to better assist students overcome academic or personal challenges. Following MAP-Works’ Fall Transition Survey, the...
NIU alumnus Ian Stansel published his first book last year. And now it’s up for a top literary award from PEN America with a prize of $25,000. Almost all of the nine short stories in Stansel’s book, “Everybody’s Irish,” take place in Illinois, and a common theme in the book is parenthood and childhood. “Geography may seem...
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