Kaitylnn Carter, left, and Gary Timmins, right, meet SCUSA 63 banquet keynote speaker Rajiv Shah, administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development.

Two students represent NIU at West Point for Student Conference on United States Affairs

Two University Honors students – Kaitlynn Carter (political science) and Gary Timmins (political science and psychology – served as NIU’s delegates to a prestigious undergraduate conference in early November. Carter and Timmins participated in the 63rd Student Conference on United States Affairs

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Students Mary and Loyce with the garden harvest.

School launched by NIU professors provides hope, transforms lives of girls in rural Kenya

As with many associate professors, Teresa Wasonga in the Department of Leadership, Educational Psychology and Foundations in the College of Education leads a busy professional life, with a full slate of teaching, research and service commitments. During the spring and summer of

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Alan Zollman

Zollman given Outstanding Leadership Award from international science, math organization

Alan Zollman, an NIU professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, has received the Outstanding Leadership Award from the international School Science and Mathematics Association (SSMA). The award was presented earlier this month during the organization’s 110th annual convention in Colorado Springs,

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Helen and James Merritt

Art Museum exhibition to show ceramic works of late School of Art professor Helen Merritt

The NIU Art Museum will present “A Private Haiku: Ceramic Work of Helen Merritt” from Tuesday, Nov. 29, through Friday, Dec. 16. This intimate memorial exhibition features some of the ceramic figurines, wall pieces, monumental vases and simple functional pots that the late

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