Bruce Niemi's "Remembered" sculpture in the Memorial Garden

Forward, Together Forward scholars named

Five Northern Illinois University students who excel in and out of the classroom have been selected as recipients of the 2012 Forward, Together Forward Scholarships. The recipients – Rachael Bardell, Jenifer Camery, Daihee Cho, Eric Solomon and Faith Stauersboll – each will receive a

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NIU’s professional HR certification programs make nation’s Top 20 five consecutive years

The NIU Professional HR Management Certification Programs have been recognized as one of the nation’s “Top 20” SHRM programs for the past five years. Recognition is based on enrollments and pass rates of course participants that successfully complete the rigorous professional examinations

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T.G.I.F. – Transfers Get Information Friday

TGIF! Red carpet to roll out Feb. 10, March 30 for prospective, admitted transfer students

Students ready to complete their bachelor’s degrees at a four-year university need look no further than Northern Illinois University. Joining the Huskie family comes complete with courses taught by world-class professors, opportunities for faculty-guided undergraduate research at a Carnegie-recognized institution as well

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Book cover of "Back of the Bus," illustrated by Floyd Cooper

Children’s Literature Conference will explore ‘Right Book for the Right Reader’ March 16

NIU’s College of Education will host its 32nd annual Children’s Literature Conference Friday, March 16. This year’s theme is “The Right Book for the Right Reader.” All sessions take place in the Holmes Student Center, beginning with the 8:15 a.m. welcome. Registration

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MFA in acting candidates Charlotte Fox (Valerie), Jacob Smith (Jim) and Bill Gordan (Jack) appear in the upcoming School of Theatre and Dance mainstage production of “The Weir” by Conor McPherson.

A wee bit personal: Theater to stage ‘The Weir,’ explore ghost stories haunting Irish pubs, lives

Within the world of NIU’s next theater production, casual drinking and storytelling turn into a night of haunting revelations. The School of Theatre and Dance will present “The Weir,” a poignant play by Irish playwright Conor McPherson. Beginning Thursday, Feb. 2, “The

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