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Awarded one of the most competitive and respected scientific fellowships in the country, Sarah Shapley credits the many trips she took with her dad to national parks, the support system around her at NIU and luck. Those who worked with her in the Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences say Shapley devoured the unique research...
If you suspect your toddler may be having trouble saying words or phrases or may be having a hard time understanding what you say, an NIU research study may be able to assist. The NIU Speech-Language Pathology program is studying the effectiveness of two language treatments and they are looking for research participants. Children under...
Eleven NIU undergraduate students will have the honor of sharing their research at the “Posters Under the Dome” event next month at the Illinois State Capitol. The event, part of NIU’s partnership through the Illinois Innovation Network, demonstrates to legislators the excellent scholarship of Illinois students at four state universities. Students were nominated by faculty,...
Research funding awarded to faculty and staff saw a healthy spike in Fiscal Year 2018, according to the new annual report from NIU’s Sponsored Programs Administration. Funding for NIU research surged 26 percent over the previous year to $12.2 million. Federal agencies provided 90 percent of NIU’s research funding, supporting work across a wide array...
Are you looking to get paid to participate in undergraduate research? Does gaining experience in networking and developing oral and written communication skills call your attention? Look no further than the Office of Student Engagement and Experiential Learning (OSEEL). OSEEL is your go-to stop for undergraduate research opportunities! Consider applying for one of our programs...
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein,” the next NIU STEM Café will bring together experts in a variety of fields for a lively discussion about dead bodies and body parts. Hear how scientific quests for knowledge led to grave robbing and even murder right here in DeKalb County in the 19th century....
NIU Nursing Professor Jie Chen has been named a 2018 Nurse Educator Fellow by the Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) and the Illinois Nursing Workforce Center Advisory Board. She was awarded $10,000 to help promote excellence in nursing education. “These nurse educators are highly qualified, and Illinois is fortunate to have them in teaching...
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