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History major Thomas Bouril presents his Summer Research Opportunities Program project on access to higher education for Europeans with disabilities.
More than 30 undergraduates gave presentations and displayed posters on their research Thursday, Aug. 8, during the Summer Research Programs Symposium inside Altgeld Hall. The students have been participants in three specially focused programs designed to nurture their interests in science and artistry: Research Experience for Undergraduates, McKearn Summer Research Fellows and the Summer Research...
USOAR Award Winner and Public Health major Jeff Lamble conducted a research project on city landfills in Guatemala.
Undergraduate Special Opportunities in Artistry and Research (USOAR) is now accepting proposals from current undergraduates who are interested in performing independent artistry or research projects in 2012. Each interested students first must share his or her idea for a research or artistry project with a faculty member. If the idea is validated, each student must...
Patrick Green, a nationally recognized expert in experiential learning, service learning and civic engagement programs in higher education, will offer a pair of workshops for faculty Friday, April 1. The first workshop, scheduled from 8:30 a.m to noon in the Lincoln Room of the Holmes Student Center, is titled “Service Learning: When to, Why to, HOW...
Lady in Red and Black
The NIU Digital Convergence Lab is recruiting students for a spring 2011 project that will create an interactive, online exhibition of vintage fashions that tells about NIU’s history and culture in the 20th century. The team will include six undergraduate and graduate students with backgrounds in computer science, art, history, women’s studies, museum studies, communications,...
For NIU archaeology students, learning means getting some dirt under your fingernails.