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History Professor Andrea Smalley’s new book reinterprets the nature of human-animal encounters in the colonization of America. Smalley will deliver a talk on the book—titled Wild by Nature: North American Animals Confront Colonization (Johns Hopkins University Press)—at a reception held from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, September 28 in the Thurgood Marshall Gallery of...
The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) will present Christine D. Worobec, Board of Trustees and distinguished research professor emerita at Northern Illinois University, with the Distinguished Contributions Award at its annual conference Nov. 9-12, in Chicago, IL. The Distinguished Contributions Award is ASEEES’ highest honor, recognizing individuals with an exemplary record...
Dr. Terry Bishop, associate professor in the Department of Management at NIU, will deliver a Jobs PLUS session on ethics and leadership on Monday, Sept. 11, from 6 – 7:30 p.m., in the Campus Life Building 100. The event will examine the strong relationship between ethics and effective leadership and will focus on how one’s...
Registration is now open for 28 Graduate Career and Professional Development workshops scheduled for the fall semester. Information on the events and a link for online registration can be found at go.niu.edu/gradworkshops. Advanced registration is required. Workshops are free and open to all NIU graduate students. They also reflect a partnership with five different units...
Known for his wit, humor, breadth of knowledge and love of the legal profession that characterized both his teaching and his life, Professor Emeritus Dan Reynolds lost his battle with cancer on Friday at the age of 71. “This is a very deep loss for the NIU College of Law and for the legal profession,”...
Imagine employers knocking on your door to seek you out. Sound impossible? That’s just what employers and recruiters do by coming to NIU to meet with students and posting positions. There are two valuable resources to find internships and jobs: Huskies Get Hired and College Diversity Network (CDN). Huskies Get Hired Huskies Get Hired connects...
Northern Illinois University Athletics brings back the NIU All-Sports Pass for its second year! The pass is exclusive for all current faculty and staff of NIU which will provide free admission to all regular season home Huskie volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball games in 2017-18. This Faculty & Staff All-Sports Pass is available to...
Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores heavily influence your ability to get into the graduate school of your choice. To prepare future students, Mark Mattson (M.A., Northern Illinois University), will guide you through a review of verbal reasoning, analytical writing and mathematical skills in preparation for the GRE. The fee for this program includes instruction, comprehensive...
The 2017-2018 recipient of the Golden Hanger award is the Center for Nonprofit and NGO Studies. The Golden Hanger Award, the first of its kind at NIU, was part of a friendly competition/clothing drive between offices and departments sponsored by the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) in preparation for their annual Clothing Expo. The...
September and October bring a feast of documentary films about environmental stewardship to DeKalb’s Egyptian Theater. This is a rare opportunity to see six stunning and timely films on the big screen. The films are scheduled for Thursdays at 7 p.m., starting on Sept. 7. The series is a collaboration between DeKalb environmentalist Nancy Proesel, NIU...
As the start of the school year approaches, the executive board of the NIU Veterans Association is laying down plans for events that will take place throughout the year. The NIU Veterans Association exists to promote and support the academic and social experience of veterans here at Northern Illinois University. Leading this organization for 2017-18,...
First- and Second-Year Experience’s (FSYE) online form is available for submitting information to be shared in newsletters which are distributed twice a semester via e-mail to all first-year students and another to all second-year students. FSYE accepts many forms of content such as upcoming event details, articles, available opportunities, pictures, shout-outs, etc. If you are...
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