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  Laurie Elish-Piper, who has served as dean of the NIU College of Education since July 2016, has been appointed to a second term. During her first term, and during her service as acting dean the year before, Elish-Piper has overseen the development and launch of the college’s Strategic Action Planning Framework as well as...
To put it mildly, Suzanne Degges-White is experienced at dealing with reporters. Degges-White, who is chair of Counseling and Higher Education in the College of Education, has been featured in the DeKalb Daily Chronicle, interviewed by campus public radio station WNIJ and has been a regular contributor to newscasts on Rockford television, and on Chicago...
Their story begins at the University of Minnesota.   Carolinda Douglass – “I’m sort of from a lot of different places; we moved a lot when I was little,” she says –  went to study human development with an emphasis in aging. She’d “always been drawn to older adults,” she says. “It probably has to...
In early February, the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning announced a new award to recognize excellence in online teaching. The university community responded to the call by nominating 27 faculty and teaching staff for the new Excellence in Online Teaching Award. The nominees represented 16 academic departments within six colleges. “We have many faculty...
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