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Donna Munroe
A memorial event to celebrate the life and contributions of NIU nursing professor Donna Munroe will begin at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 5. Students, colleagues and friends are invited to the Regency Room of the Holmes Student Center to share memories of an educator remembered for her passion toward improving the university through service on...
Donna Munroe
A memorial event to celebrate the life and contributions of NIU nursing professor Donna Munroe will begin at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 5. Students, colleagues and friends are invited to the Regency Room of the Holmes Student Center to share memories of an educator remembered for her passion toward improving the university through service on several committees. Further...
Donna Munroe
When any sort of meeting in the NIU College of Health and Human Sciences wandered off track, faculty, administrators and staff knew they could count on Donna Munroe to restore focus. Possessing a sharp mind, a kind heart and a keen ability to make decisions, Munroe’s calm voice of wisdom and strong leadership extended across...
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NIU continues to make learning more accessible, and according to a recent ranking, those efforts are paying dividends for students in the School of Nursing & Health Studies of the College of Health and Human Sciences. Public Health Online, a website dedicated to providing students and parents with expert-driven information and resources, has ranked the NIU...
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As the deadly Ebola virus races through West Africa, its grip on the collective United States attention is reaching a fever pitch. President Obama speaks almost daily on the outbreak, proclaiming it a “top national security priority” Oct. 6 and calling the next day for ramped-up airport screening procedures. Journalists staged across Dallas to report...
Senior Kim Gotlund (Wadsworth, Ill./Warren Township HS) and juniors Kelly Nortz (Bay Village, Ohio/Magnificat HS) and Amanda Stepp (Lapeer, Mich./Lapeer East HS) of the 2014 Northern Illinois University women’s gymnastics team have been named to the Academic All Mid-American Conference team, the league office announced Monday. Gotlund, a three-time All-MAC gymnast, was named to the...
David Stone
David Stone, associate vice president for research at NIU, has been selected 31 emerging college and university leaders for the 2014-15 class of the American Council on Education’s ACE Fellows Program. Established in 1965, the ACE Fellows Program – the longest running leadership development program in the United States – focuses on identifying and preparing...
Laura Anderko
Laura Anderko, winner of the 2014 Outstanding Alumnus Award from the NIU College of Health and Human Sciences, will return to campus Friday, April 25, to speak. Anderko will talk at 2 p.m. in Wirtz Hall 103A on “Public Health Issues in a Changing Climate.” Nationally known for her environmental work, Anderko earned her Master...
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The pilot alumni mentoring program just started in January. But word is getting out on the airwaves about its success. Lizzy de Guia, a junior in nursing, and a few other students went on the air last week on WREX, the NBC station in Rockford, to share how they are blossoming with the help of...
Thomas Bouril
NIU has finally broken through. Thomas Bouril, senior University Honors student and history major, is the first Huskie ever selected to interview for a chance to receive a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. As a finalist, Bouril was invited to spend a weekend in Chicago to compete for the chance to earn a Master of Letters in History...
Jan Strom
Jan Strom, chair of the NIU School of Nursing and Health Studies, has successfully completed the AACN-Wharton Executive Leadership Program. Strom was one of 21 academic nursing leaders selected from across the country to complete this competitive, rigorous program. “The AACN-Wharton Executive Leadership Program allowed me to gain a deeper understanding of higher education at...
James R. Ciesla
James R. Ciesla has accepted the position of associate dean for Research and Resources in the NIU College of Health and Human Sciences. He begins his new job Monday, July 1. Ciesla will work with the dean to provide leadership in college regarding research and scholarship priorities and their funding, financial operations, graduate programs, personnel...
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