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In between studying and end of semester exams, members of the student organization NIU CAUSE (the Collegiate Association of Unreasonable Social Entrepreneurs) raised and donated $2,500 to four worthy causes. The funds were used for: A new $1,000 CAUSE scholarship in Social Entrepreneurship. The CAUSE scholarship will be awarded annually to qualified NIU students who pursue...
Martha Misch and Brian Peterson
Two students in NIU’s College of Engineering and Engineering Technology have earned scholarships by proving that safety matters. Scholarships from the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) went to Brian Peterson, an undergraduate student in the Department of Technology’s industrial management and technology emphasis, with an area of study in environmental health and safety, and Martha...
Pi Sigma Epislon: Gamma Zeta Chapter
NIU’s Gamma Zeta chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon recently competed on the national level against 40 other chapters and was awarded for its outstanding performance. Members of the Gamma Zeta chapter gave on-site oral presentations and placed second overall in three competitions: Top Marketing Project, Top Management Team and Top Gold Chapter. The chapter, which...
Tee Up Fore Scholarships logo
Spring weather brings sunshine, scholarships and, oh yes, swinging golf clubs. Online registration is now available for the fourth annual Tee Up Fore Scholarships golf outing, hosted Wednesday, June 11, by NIU’s College of Engineering and Engineering Technology (CEET) in partnership with Caterpillar Inc. Golfers of all skill levels are encouraged to participate. The event...
Forward, Together Forward!
Northern Illinois University honored the 2014 winners of the Forward, Together Forward Scholarships at a private luncheon Sunday. In honor of the five Huskies whose lives were lost Feb. 14, 2008, Forward, Together Forward scholars must demonstrate strength of character through traits such as a strong work ethic, motivation, inspiration, a high regard for others,...
Forward, Together Forward Memorial Garden
Northern Illinois University has announced the 2014 winners of the Forward, Together Forward Scholarships. In honor of the five Huskies whose lives were lost Feb. 14, 2008, Forward, Together Forward scholars must demonstrate strength of character through traits such as a strong work ethic, motivation, inspiration, a high regard for others, integrity and intellectual curiosity....
Photo of a giftwrapped $100 bill
For more than 50 years, the NIU Alumni Association has provided financial assistance to thousands of students. Last year, $25,000 from the Alumni Merit Scholarship program was awarded. Full-time students are now invited to apply for scholarships worth $2,000 to $3,000. Undergraduate scholarships worth $2,500 – $1,250 each semester (fall and spring) – are available to NIU students...
Bruce Niemi’s “Remembered” sculpture in the Memorial Garden near Cole Hall
Applications are now available for the 2014-15 Forward, Together Forward Scholarship. Up to five students will be selected to receive the prestigious honor of being named a Forward, Together Forward Scholar, along with a $4,000 scholarship for the 2014-2015 academic year. The Forward, Together Forward Scholarship endowment was created through the generosity of more than...
Mason and Lori Bross
Mason Bross, an incoming freshman and computer science major, is the first recipient of the new Supportive Professional Staff (SPS) Dependent Scholarship. The son of Lori Bross, who works for the NIU Department of Biological Sciences as the core microscopy facility manager, will receive $1,000 for the 2013-14 academic year. A 2013 graduate of Sycamore...
Northern Illinois University director of Scholarships Anne Hardy presented scholarship awards to 26 local high school students at the DeKalb High School senior awards ceremony. The total investment in scholarships for these local recipients over the next four years is valued at $460,000. Twelve students received an NIU DeKalb County Scholarship, which awards local students...
Tee Up Fore Scholarships logo
The NIU College of Engineering and Engineering Technology will team up Wednesday, June 19, with Caterpillar Inc. to present the third annual Tee Up Fore Scholarships golf outing. Golfers of all skill levels are encouraged to participate. Over the past two years, this golf outing has raised more than $40,000 in scholarship funds for current...
The place: professor Sheila Barrett’s spring 2013 FCNS 420 class. The time: Day One. As senior nutrition and dietetics majors Rachel McBride, Katie Henkel, Brittany Hoffman, Ariel Levitt and Ashley Sorrentino reviewed the syllabus, they noticed a capstone project required for the class. The group members chose to design and present a food safety workshop. McBride...
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