Events

Wednesday, October 2

Outdoor Adventures Campus Challenge

Get signed up for AORE Campus Challenge! What is the Campus Challenge? Get outside and join us from September 16 - October 13 as we compete against...

The Research, Engagement, and Academic Diversity (READ) Grant: Application Deadline 12/6

The Research, Engagement and Academic Diversity (READ) grant provides funding to both faculty/staff and students interested in conducting research on topics...

"Golden" Alumni Solo Exhibition Award: Mark Pack; In Search of the Sublime

Fall solo exhibition of Mark Pack's work running from September 3 - October 17, 2019.

Exploring Aspects of War In and Through the Visual Arts

August 27 – October 18, 2019 The Visual Arts have served in all cultures and periods to document, motivate, memorialize, facilitate healing, critique and...

CohnReznick Meet & Greet Table

CohnReznick will host a Meet & Greet Table in the Barsema Hall Atrium.

Student Engagement Fund: Application Deadline 10/15 for Spring 2020

The Student Engagement Fund is a collaborative effort by the Office of Student Engagement and Experiential Learning (OSEEL) and the College of Liberal Arts...

Womanist Wednesdays

Womainist Wednesdays are interactive tabling sessions that highlight topics related to gender identity, intersectionality and current events. Drop in for a...

Thesis Essentials

This presentation is designed for all master’s students enrolled in 699 in any department. Thesis Office staff will walk students through the Graduate...

Resume Writing: The Basics

Need to create or update your resume? Career Services staff members will teach you how to create a resume that works. You'll learn proper resume format,...

Study Abroad 101 Workshop

If you want to learn more about the study abroad programs offered at NIU, you are invited to attend one of our Study Abroad 101 sessions where a Study Abroad...

The Center for Latino and Latin American Studies - Graduate Colloquium Lecture

Dr. Alejandro Velasco, professor, New York Univesity will give a lecture entitled "From Segregated to Parallel Cities: Political Polarization and Public...

Outdoor Adventures: Free! Weekly Wednesday Crate Climbs

Free! Weekly Wednesday Crate Climb at the Student Recreation Center / DeKalb, IL Bring your friends, club, or org, and get competitive! Stop by the Rec...

Supporting the Mental Health Needs of Educators and School Professionals: The Cost of Caring

Just as exposure to secondary smoke can be harmful, exposure to the stories and intense thoughts and feelings of others can be harmful to our emotional and...

NIU Brass Faculty Recital

Mark Ponzo, trumpet Kelly Langenberg, horn Jeremy Moeller, trombone Scott Tegge, Tuba Also available in Live Webcast! ...

Wednesday, October 2