NIU Calendar of Events


Saturday, November 10

Ethics Online Training

Ethics Online Training

Ethics Online Training for NIU employees runs from Tuesday, October to Wednesday, November 14. The training can be accessed 24/7 and anywhere there is...

MAP-Works Fall Checkup Survey

MAP-Works Fall Checkup Survey

Northern Illinois University is proud to offer MAP-Works, a first year success program for new freshmen and transfer students. MAP-Works is a survey based...

STEM Saturdays: Basic Electronics

STEM Saturdays: Basic Electronics 9:00am

This class will introduce younger students to the basic concepts of electricity and circuits using play dough, lemon batteries and snap circuit kits....

Faraday Hall, 105  
Jaina Krueger, graduate harp recital

Jaina Krueger, graduate harp recital 11:00am

Harp Concerto in Bb by George Frideric Handel Suite from the Victorian Kitchen Garden by Paul Reade Eight Pieces for Clarinet, Viola and Piano, Op. 83 by...

Music Building, Recital Hall  
Current Views and Actions: Photography and Performance Documentation from Phnom Penh

Current Views and Actions: Photography and... 12:00pm

Featuring contemporary work from young Cambodian Artists Khvay Samnang and Lim Sokchanlina

Altgeld Hall, Art Museum  
Karen - A People on the Border

Karen - A People on the Border 12:00pm

Documentary photography by Robert Gerhardt. Running in conjunction with the Gerhardt exhibition are weekly video screenings of documentary films on Southeast...

Altgeld Hall, Art Museum  
Music for the Divine

Music for the Divine 12:00pm

Musical instruments and traditions of Burma from the court to the expression of identities in contemporary multi-ethnic Burmese cultures.Curated by Catherine...

Altgeld Hall, Art Museum  
Rarely Seen Southeast Asia: Art, Artifact, Ephemera

Rarely Seen Southeast Asia: Art, Artifact,... 12:00pm

Curated by NIU Professor emeritus Richard Cooler

Saving Endangered Species Exhibit

Saving Endangered Species Exhibit 12:00pm

This exhibit focuses on the harmful environmental changes in the Midwest that have led to the decline in the biodiversity of the region. The exhibit...

Cole Hall, Anthropology Museum  
Tagged: Exploring Modern Graffiti

Tagged: Exploring Modern Graffiti 12:00pm

No one wants to wake up with profanity spray-painted across their garage door, but collectors would pay millions of dollars to own a chunk of wall that was...

Visual Arts Building, Gallery 214  
Water For… Life

Water For… Life 12:00pm

Using objects from the Anthropology Museums permanent collection, this exhibition explores the relationship between human societies and water.

Cole Hall, Anthropology Museum  
Amanda Kayser, graduate clarinet recital-LIVE WEBCAST!!

Amanda Kayser, graduate clarinet recital-LIVE... 5:00pm

Fantasiestücke, Op. 73 by Robert Schumann Concerto, Op. 57 by Carl Nielsen Lied per clarinetto solo by Luciano Berio Sechs Bagatellen für Blaserquintett...

Music Building, Recital Hall  
Jonathan Piel, senior voice recital--LIVE WEBCAST!!

Jonathan Piel, senior voice recital--LIVE... 7:00pm

Sibillar gli angui d’Aletto (Rinaldo) by G. F. Handel Dank sei Dir, Herr A Shropshire Lad (Housman) by George Butterworth Avant de quitter ces lieux...

Music Building, Recital Hall  
The Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales 7:30pm

The Canterbury Tales originally consisted of twenty-four stories written by Chaucer at the end of the fourteenth century. Eight of these stories have been...

Stevens Building, Corner Theatre  

Saturday, November 10