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Category: NIU Naperville
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NIU’s Department of Literacy Education is sponsoring a Literacy Educators & Leaders Networking Event from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, at the NIU-Naperville campus, 1120 E. Diehl Road. This event provides the opportunity for alumni to reconnect with faculty and former classmates as well as to bring new colleagues to introduce them to...
Northern Illinois University released its 2013 Annual Campus Safety and Security Report Friday, Sept. 27, in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, which requires that each post-secondary institution file a report annually by October 1. NIU provides information regarding campus security, personal and fire safety, including...
Grace Deason and Rebecca Hanagan
Questions of political psychology and gender were probed Aug. 27 and 28 during a research workshop at NIU-Naperville. Rebecca Hannagan, a professor in the NIU Department of Political Science, and Grace Deason, a professor of psychology at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, organized scholars from the fields of political science and psychology who study the...
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Are you ready to embrace the challenges of leadership and change? For the ninth consecutive year, NIU’s Civic Leadership Academy (CLA) is offering timely, in-depth workshops for civic leaders like you who aren’t afraid to tackle the challenges of a changing government environment. More than 400 government professionals, staff members, elected officials, educators, state administrators...
Crain's Small Business Week @ NIU
Today’s headlines are filled with hot-button issues – social media marketing, Illinois’ concealed carry law, changes to employment law – that will affect businesses, their employees and their consumers. To help regional business owners tackle these complex topics, Northern Illinois University has partnered with Crain’s Small Business Week to present three days of seminars and...
The Board of Trustees of Northern Illinois University voted to adopt a university-wide concealed carry policy that continues NIU’s practice of prohibiting guns on campus as a weapons free zone. The policy was presented during the university’s Legislation and External Affairs Committee meeting in the morning before receiving unanimous approval by the full board at a...
Friday, Aug. 30, is national College Colors Day, and Northern Illinois University students, employees, alumni and annuitants are encouraged to show their Huskie pride this and every Friday by wearing cardinal (red) and black attire. “There is a lot of Huskie pride among our students, faculty, staff and alumni, and I hope that it will...
NIU President Doug Baker speaks Aug. 27 at a conference organized by the Illinois Business Immigration Coalition.
NIU President Doug Baker, leaders from the greater-Chicago business community and representatives from faith-based organizations gathered Tuesday morning at NIU Naperville to speak out in support of common sense immigration reform. The event was organized by the Illinois Business Immigration Coalition and co-sponsored by NIU, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Illinois Chamber of Commerce,...
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Business, education and faith leaders, including NIU President Doug Baker and former trustee Manny Sanchez, will gather at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 27, for a morning forum to urge movement on common sense immigration reform. The event at NIU-Naperville continues the growing chorus of bipartisan voices from across the state of Illinois calling on the...
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Northern Illinois University’s Department of Literacy Education (LTCY) is offering an evening program designed for working adults interested in obtaining a Master of Arts in Teaching degree which will lead to an initial license in elementary education. The Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program will be starting a new cohort during the Fall 2013...
The next time you grab a frosty mug of your favorite brew, consider this: the beer that you drink is created in labs, viewed under microscopes, analyzed and inspected to ensure the correct oxygen levels and alcohol content. All that science goes into every sip, every pint, every keg, so that your favorite beer looks,...
Ross Powell
You can check an app on your phone to see what the weather is going to be like tomorrow, but what about 10 or even 100 years from now? To predict climate change, geologists are drilling into the heart of Antarctic ice and studying the effects of millions of years of weather. Chill out with...
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