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Jeanette Rossetti
Jeanette Rossetti, an associate professor from the School of Nursing and Health Studies, has been chosen to serve on the newly formed American Psychiatric Nurses Association Child and Adolescent Council. “I am honored to be chosen to serve on the American Psychiatric Nurses Association Child and Adolescent Council,” Rossetti said. “I have been a psychiatric...
Earl "Gip" Seaver
Earl “Gip“ Seaver, vice provost at NIU and a member of the faculty in the School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders, was one of 11 alumni inducted this fall into the Outstanding Alumni Academy of the Western Michigan University College of Health and Human Services. As part of Homecoming 2010, Seaver was honored in recognition...
Northern Illinois women’s soccer seniors Mo Smunt and Annie Wyer added one more accolade to their already outstanding careers as Huskies when they were selected to the 2010 Academic All Mid-American Conference Team for their performance on the field and in the classroom, the league announced Wednesday. A 2010 All-MAC First Team Selection, Smunt is...
From left: Jason Goode, Missy Lugo, Amy Horn and Juliane Such
NIU’s Office of Student Academic Success has welcomed four new members to its team. These individuals will serve the university community as student success specialists in four of the colleges on campus: Jason Goode, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, completed his undergraduate and graduate degree at NIU. Jason worked on campus and taught COMS 100 as...
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The DeKalb County Sondra King Memorial CROP Hunger Walk is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 17. Registration begins at 2 p.m. at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 830 N. Annie Glidden Road in DeKalb. A step-off ceremony begins at 2:30 p.m. alkers can choose between a 4-mile path and a “1 Golden Mile” option. Twenty-five percent of funds raised...
NIU students in the 1960s
Exactly 105 years have passed since NIU began teaching the arts of foods and sewing. But pinpointing the birth of home economics as an academic discipline – and not just an unpaid profession for many women – opens the history books to the years of the Civil War. The Morrill Land-Grant Acts of 1862, introduced...
Photo of mother reading to young daughter
NIU’s Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Language and Literacy (CISLL) will host a fall seminar series that begins Monday, Sept. 27. CISLL is an interdisciplinary center for the study of lifespan language and literacy across diverse populations and contexts. Center affiliates engage in basic and applied research in language and literacy, develop and apply...
NIU Move In Day 2010
It started as a trickle early in the week. Then a steady stream. On Thursday the flow of cars, SUVs, minvans, and even a few RVs would turn into a torrent as students and their families decended upon the NIU campus for Move In Day.
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