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Anna Quider, NIU’s director of federal relations, is taking on two new service posts that will help expand the university’s profile as a leading research institution. Quider has been elected vice president of The Science Coalition, a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization of more than 60 of the nation’s leading public and private research universities. She...
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NIU’s PI Academy for Research & Engagement will present “Federal Engagement, Innovation, and the NIU Foundation” from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, March 25, in Altgeld Hall 315. This session will introduce participants to three university units that can assist with development of research, scholarship and artistry. The Office of Federal Relations can help faculty...
President Bill Clinton
What do former President Bill Clinton, astronaut Anne McClain, author John Steinbeck and Google founder Sergey Brin have in common? They have all been recipients of some of the nation’s most prestigious scholarships. Students of all majors who want to learn how to apply to these national and international scholarships are invited to attend a...
Anna Quider is not only representing NIU’s best interests in Washington, D.C. She also is playing a lead role in advocating for scientific research funding to our nation’s universities. Quider, NIU’s director of federal relations, recently was elected secretary of the board of directors for The Science Coalition, a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization of more...
Industrial Physics Forum (IPF) poster
When the Industrial Physics Forum (IPF) begins Sept. 28 in Brazil, NIU students and faculty will join in the conversation – that is, if Anna Quider has anything to say about it. Quider, NIU’s new director of federal relations, is spreading the word about the conference that aims to scientifically drive economic development in Latin...