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In August 2017, the Presidential Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) developed a research study to learn about employee experiences with and campus climate surrounding family leave at NIU. The study, based on a survey of 542 NIU employees, made a number of recommendations for the university to update its approach to family leave....
NIU’s Presidential Commission on the Status of Minorities (PCSM) selected undergraduate student Laura Vivaldo Cholula; graduate student Kristina Wilkerson, counseling adult and higher education; Beverly McCall, advisor/counselor, CHANCE Program; Lisa King, associate director, CHANCE Program and Yolanda King, associate professor, College of Law as the recipients of this year’s Deacon Davis Diversity Awards. Katrina Myers...
NIU’s Presidential Commission on the Status of Women is accepting nominations for the 2017 NIU Outstanding Women Student Awards. The deadline for nominations is Friday, Dec.16th. This recognition program was created in 1980 and is held annually to encourage the full participation of women students in all facets of the university experience and in their communities,...
The Office of the President invites nominations of faculty, staff and students for appointment to the four existing presidential commissions for terms to begin in Fall 2016. Self-nominations are welcome. Presidential Commission on Persons with Disabilities Presidential Commission on the Status of Minorities Presidential Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Presidential Commission on the...
Altgeld Hall
The Office of the President invites nominations of faculty, staff and students for appointment to the four existing presidential commissions for terms to begin in Fall 2016. Self-nominations are welcome. Presidential Commission on Persons with Disabilities Presidential Commission on the Status of Minorities Presidential Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Presidential Commission on the...
NIU students
NIU’s Presidential Commission on the Status of Women is accepting nominations for its 2016 student, faculty and staff awards. Nominations for the Outstanding Women Student Awards, created in 1980, are due Friday, Feb. 12. The annual awards encourage the full participation of women students in all facets of the university experience and in their communities;...
NIU students
NIU’s Presidential Commission on the Status of Women is accepting nominations for its 2016 student, faculty and staff awards. Nominations for the Outstanding Women Student Awards, created in 1980, are due Friday, Dec. 18. The annual awards encourage the full participation of women students in all facets of the university experience and in their communities;...
NIU’s Presidential Commission on the Status of Women will host a fall conference on “Creating a Safer Campus: Supporting Survivors and Removing Barriers – Part 1.” Scheduled from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16, the conference is open to all faculty and staff looking to obtain resources and gain insight on how to support...
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NIU’s Presidential Commission on the Status of Women is accepting nominations for its 2015 faculty and staff awards. The deadline is Friday, Feb. 13. Wilma D. Stricklin Award for the Enhancement of the Campus Climate for Women This award is given to an individual who has made continual and extraordinary contributions to the climate for...
Altgeld Hall
The Office of the President invites nominations of faculty, staff and students for appointment to the four presidential commissions for academic year 2014-2015. Self-nominations are welcome. Forward nominations, including name, classification (faculty, Supportive Professional Staff, Operating Staff, student), address, email, telephone number and a brief statement summarizing your qualifications and desire to serve to Pat...
NIU President Doug Baker
Last weekend, Northern Illinois University and the City of DeKalb hosted the Illinois High School Association state football championships. Our university and community welcomed more than 30,000 visitors Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving for a football marathon: four championship high school football games each day. I am pleased to report that the event was a...
Stephanie Coontz
Stephanie Coontz, an award-winning author and nationally recognized expert on gender, family and the media, will visit NIU Tuesday, Feb. 26, to deliver a set of lectures celebrating Women’s History Month. Hosted by the NIU Women’s Studies Program, both events are free and open to the public. Coontz’s seminar – “How to Talk to the...
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