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The National Weather Service has issued Winter Weather and Wind Chill Advisories that extend until noon on Monday, December 13. NIU campus locations and offices are open for normally scheduled activities. During these winter months, all students, faculty and staff are urged to use caution and personal judgment in their travels to and from campus...
Marge Gillis
Marge Gillis, an administrative secretary in the College of Education’s Department of Teaching and Learning from 1977 until her retirement in July of 2002, died Wednesday, Dec. 8, in Sycamore. She was 82.
Jeanette Rossetti
Jeanette Rossetti, an associate professor from the School of Nursing and Health Studies, has been chosen to serve on the newly formed American Psychiatric Nurses Association Child and Adolescent Council. “I am honored to be chosen to serve on the American Psychiatric Nurses Association Child and Adolescent Council,” Rossetti said. “I have been a psychiatric...
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Help put smiles on the faces of children who are less fortunate by sharing the gift of giving this holiday season. Toys and donations will be collected until Friday, Dec. 17, at the Military Student Services office in Gilbert Hall B-111. The objectives of Toys for Tots are: to help less fortunate children throughout the...
Students from across the country, and as far away as Scotland, came to the NIU College of Business in November to practice the “art of the deal.” The World Collegiate Sales Open tested some of the best student-salesmen in the country, with representatives from professional selling classes at NIU, Ball State, Louisville, University of Indiana,...
Freshmen from Northern Illinois University and students from DeKalb’s Clinton Rosette Middle School celebrated the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through song, dance and poetry to mark the conclusion of one of NIU’s first-ever Themed Learning Community projects. The Dec. 1 event was the culmination of a semester’s worth of work that allowed...
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Join alumni and friends in the spectacular Land of the Rising Sun during NIU’s 2011 spring break. NIU’s Alumni Association invites travelers on a trip scheduled from Thursday, March 10, through Saturday, March 19. This adventure includes touring in Tokyo, Kyoto, Uji, Nara, Hiroshima and Miyajima Island. Discover the treasures of Japan, from the cutting-edge...
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The NIU Alumni Association and the NIU Foundation invite Huskie fans to travel on the VIP Bowl Charter to Boise for the 2010 uDrove Humanitarian Bowl. The VIP Bowl Charter includes: Round-trip air transportation. Ground transportation. Double-occupancy hotel room in the NIU team hotel. Game ticket. Pre-game reception ticket. VIP gift bag. The trip departs...
Earl "Gip" Seaver
Earl “Gip“ Seaver, vice provost at NIU and a member of the faculty in the School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders, was one of 11 alumni inducted this fall into the Outstanding Alumni Academy of the Western Michigan University College of Health and Human Services. As part of Homecoming 2010, Seaver was honored in recognition...
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The deadline to apply for NIU’s annual Multicultural Curriculum Transformation Institute has been extended to Friday, Jan. 28, to accommodate end-of-semester schedules. Hhosted by the Office of the Provost and the Committee on Multicultural Curriculum Transformation, the next institute will take place May 16 to May 20 next spring at the Holmes Student Center. Full-time tenured and...
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President John Peters has announced that Vickie Gillio, deputy general counsel for employment and labor law at NIU, will become the university’s acting general counsel Saturday, Jan. 1. The search to replace Ken Davidson as vice president and general counsel is continuing at a rapid pace, Peters said, but the university will not complete the search prior to...
2010 Huskie Research Rookies
A select group of NIU freshman is being granted unprecedented access to the world of academic research with the launch of Northern Illinois University’s Huskie Research Rookies program.  The undertaking matches the students with faculty who will guide them through a semester-long research project. It will immerse participants in an intellectual undertaking that many students...
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