Share Tweet Share Email
Tag: Graduate School
Ryan Neir
Northern Illinois punter Ryan Neir is one of 69 candidates for the 2012 Ray Guy Award, presented to the nation’s top collegiate punter, the Augusta Sports Council announced Friday. Neir, a senior from Roscoe, Ill., is averaging 38.3 yards per punt for the 7-1 Huskies, who take on Western Michigan at 11 a.m. Saturday in...
NIU students traveled Oct. 4 to the UIC Graduate and Professional School Fair.
As the Latino Resource Center’s Adela de la Torre Honor Society (ATHS) enters its second year, the focus continues to be on the academic advancement as well as professional development of its members. ATHS, in collaboration with the Center for Black Studies’ John Henrik Clarke Honor Society, traveled Oct. 4 to the University of Chicago (UIC)...
Photo of a graduation cap on a stack of books.
Interested in Graduate School? It’s not too late to sign up NIU’s free Graduate School Prep Seminar, scheduled from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Yordon Center. Students have the unique privilege to interact with, receive advice and resources from a variety of NIU’s colleges and departments. Students also will have...
Bradley G. Bond
Bradley Bond, dean of the Graduate School and associate vice president for Graduate Studies at NIU, has issued the annual call for nominations for honorary doctoral degrees to be awarded from Northern Illinois University. Awarding an honorary degree is an opportunity for NIU to recognize someone especially outstanding in a field of interest to the...
Joyce Keller
NIU Career Services will host the annual Graduate and Professional School Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, in the Duke Ellington Ballroom of the Holmes Student Center. “The Graduate and Professional School Fair is an opportunity for everyone who is interested in earning a master’s or professional degree to get information...
Northern Illinois University announced its fall 2012 new freshman enrollment is up 2.9 percent to 2,664 following the first 10 days of classes, according to NIU’s Office of Institutional Research. The strength of the university’s incoming freshman class is reflected not only in its numbers, but also grade point average and class rank. The percentage...
Matt Cardwell (left) and Frank Naeymi-Rad, CEO and chairman of the board at IMO.
Most Ph.D. students in math never think about working for a major corporation or federal agency as part of their program. Doctoral students normally worry about qualifying exams, writing their dissertations and obtaining careers in academia. At NIU, however, students are involved in a unique plan of studies. The Applications Involvement Component (AIC) of the...
Stock image of a public health worker in a hospital hallway
Health care has been identified as one of the fastest growing fields in the job market. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, health care and social assistance careers have the largest projected wage and salary employment growth for the next 10 years. Not everyone knows what health career paths are available or how more...
An aerial photo of Chicago
NIU’s Master of Public Administration (MPA) program once again received top marks in the latest U.S. News and World Report rankings of graduate schools. The MPA program was ranked fifth in the nation in the specialty field of city management and urban policy and 12th in the field of public finance and budgeting. Those rankings...
Anne Hanley
Northern Illinois University’s Ph.D. program in history has earned a prestigious Top 100 designation by U.S. News & World Report, ranking 92 among the nation’s history programs. “Doctoral students must have a master’s degree to be admitted to our program, so they arrive with solid skills in analytical reading and writing,” said Anne Hanley, associate...
Photo of a graduation cap on a stack of books.
The Division of Research and Graduate Studies invites faculty, staff and students to join in celebrating the outstanding accomplishments of NIU’s graduate students. The reception is being held Tuesday, April 24, in the Altgeld Hall Auditorium. A reception begins at 3 p.m., followed by an awards presentation at 3:30 p.m. Recipients of the following awards...
David Stone and Dara Little
Two administrators in the Division of Research and Graduate Studies have new responsibilities. David Stone, who remains associate vice president for research, has added administrative responsibility for the Office of Research Compliance and Integrity and support of research operations. Dara Little has become director of the Office of Sponsored Projects. “The Division of Research and...
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10