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Budget and Finance has begun planning for Fiscal Year 2017 financial close, scheduled for July 14, 2017. The cooperation of all departments is needed to keep to this schedule. Key dates to report our year-end data and information follow. FY2017 Financial Close Calendar. Notification of all purchase order rollovers and accruals to Procurement Services **Requisitions...
The NIU Law Review Symposium entitled “Making Murderers: Legal Implications of Wrongful Convictions and the Death Penalty” will be held on Friday, March 31, from 8:50 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Altgeld Hall Room 315. Featured speaker Richard Schmack, former DeKalb County State’s Attorney, will explore the wrongful conviction case of Jack McCullough. Presenters will...
  Gender & Sexuality Resource Center will present a Research Roundtable on March 31, in the Glass Gallery of the Holmes Student Center from 12 noon to 1 p.m. Yolanda King, Interim Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Associate Professor of Law, will share her research on “Intellectual Property (Tattoos) and Entertainment Law.” The Research...
The NIU Jazz Ensemble is wrapping up a busy year with the release of a new CD that is already garnering international acclaim. The new CD, entitled “Footprints,” was recorded live at NIU last April. The NIU Jazz Ensemble has nine musicians, all of whom are undergraduate students. Postproduction work was done by two NIU...
The International Training Office invites area families to host two high school-aged students from the Philippines, April 17 – 29, 2017. Each year, thousands of engaged young people from around the world travel to the United States, eager to learn about American life and share perspectives from their own countries. Families who welcome these exchange...
The Presidential Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) will host a lunch and women’s research symposium on Friday, March 31, 2017, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Chandelier Room in Adams Hall.  NIU graduate students will share their research related to history, immigrants, psychology, sexual assault and other issues. The Presidential Commission...
On Saturday, April 1, 2017—after months of preparation—the IT Service Desk will begin implementation of a plan to improve customers’ support experience. In particular, the IT Service Desk will be better able to serve the NIU community during the times they are most needed. Customers will experience lower call wait times, speedier resolution of issues...
The Muslim Student Association, in partnership with Better Together and the Presidential Commission on Interfaith Initiatives is hosting “Islamophobia and American Politics,” a presentation featuring guest speaker Hind Makki. Hind Makki is an interfaith educator who develops and delivers trainings on civic integration through interfaith action, anti-racism education and youth empowerment. She holds a degree...
The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) is inviting the university community to participate in its monthly At the Table discussion with Suzanne Degges-White, chair and professor of the Department of Counseling and Counselor Education.  This discussion will focus on helping participants improve their ability to distinguish between healthy and toxic relationships and recognize the impact that toxic relationships have on their lives. At the Table...
If you want to make a difference, and help community members in need, consider participating in The Giving Project. The Operating Staff Council (OSC) is hosting workshops as a way for NIU Huskies to give to others. Join some Huskies who are excited about creating practical and useful items for those in need while collaborating on...
Area educators can now register for the fifth annual edcamp Northern Illinois (edcampNI), a free evening of professional development that offers nontraditional opportunities to share teaching techniques, discuss new classroom tools and make connections with like-minded professionals. This innovative event will be held from 5 – 8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 27, at Kaneland Harter Middle School,...
NIU faculty, staff, alumni and community volunteers are needed Tuesday, April 25, to serve as judges for the Undergraduate Research and Artistry Day (URAD) and Community Engagement Showcase (CES) in the Duke Ellington Ballroom of the Holmes Student Center. URAD and CES judges play a crucial role in this exciting event that celebrates students’ research, artistry and...
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