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NIU President Doug Baker
NIU President Doug Baker sent the following message Monday to currently enrolled students. Dear NIU students, We are committed to ensuring a safe, healthy, and nondiscriminatory environment for all NIU students. To this end, over the next few weeks, we will implement the College Experiences Survey (CES). This is a web-based survey designed to help...
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NIU’s Gender & Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) seek assistance with reviewing its women’s programming. To begin the process, GSRC staff members are distributing a quick survey asking for input from the entire campus. Constructive feedback, information and supportive suggestions for potential GSRC women’s programming/services and partnerships that will benefit current and future women students of...
NIU President Doug Baker
Readers of the biweekly Baker Report are invited to complete an online survey about the president’s communication. Those who take the survey enjoy the opportunity to shape future reports by: answering questions on what they like most and least about the Baker Report; rating their level of interest regarding several topics; discussing what actions they...
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The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is partnering with the Student Association to reduce the amount of printing on campus. Reducing NIU’s printing output will contribute to university-wide efforts toward a more environmentally friendly campus and will save hundreds of thousands of dollars per year. Such savings will be allocated to other university resources, and...
With more than $523 million in total revenue and nearly $848 million in assets, the nonprofit sector in DeKalb County is an important contributor to the regional economy. A new study explores nonprofit organizations based in DeKalb County and provides a glimpse at their funding, programs, outreach efforts and other characteristics. NIU’s Center for NGO...
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All NIU students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in a newly launched survey about the future of Holmes Student Center. This survey is available until the close of business Friday, March 6. As part of Northern Illinois University’s Campus RE:ENVISIONED study aimed at revitalizing the central core campus, in conjunction with the university’s...
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NIU’s Student Association Senate is conducting a survey to gain knowledge on the technology needs of students. The survey is open until Thursday, Feb. 12. For more information, call (815) 753-9918 or email [email protected]
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Mary Lynn Doherty of the NIU School of Music and Miriam Van Mersbergen of the NIU School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders are looking for working mothers to take a survey on voice use patterns. The research of Doherty and Mersbergen seeks to augment the literature on professional voice users who are working mothers...
Students, it’s time for a check-up. The MAP-Works Fall Check-Up Survey will be available from Nov. 1 to Nov. 17, and all first-year students are encouraged to participate. The information collected from the surveys helps faculty and staff determine how to better assist students overcome academic or personal challenges. Following MAP-Works’ Fall Transition Survey, the...
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During the spring 2014 semester, Planning & Assessment, on behalf of the Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management, engaged in a new initiative to assess the weekend behaviors of NIU’s students. This topic was chosen by a group of individuals from within the division to better inform program and service delivery, and to examine...
Late Night Ride
The Student Association (SA) Senate and the Department of Police and Public Safety encourage everyone to take a survey in regard to the service of Late Night Ride (LRN). The SA and NIU police have been working to improve how the system is run, and would like to hear from you to accurately represent people’s...
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Do you want better recreation facilities? Do you want to improve the Student Recreation Center hours? Do you want better programs (Fitness, Aquatics, Competitive Sports and Outdoor Adventures)? Here is your chance to express thoughts and opinions on what Campus Recreation is currently providing and how it can improve. A random population of Campus Recreation...
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