Events

Wednesday, September 18

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...

AAR Corp Meet & Greet Table

AAR Corp will host a Meet & Greet Table in the Barsema Hall atrium.

"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...

Majors and Minors Fair

The Majors and Minors Fair can help you if you: Want to explore majors and minors.Are unsure on your major and want to check out other options.Want to...

NFA Meet & Greet Table

NFA will host a Meet & Greet Table in the Barsema Hall atrium.

Designing Effective Assessments

Quality assessment is more than assigning a grade to your students. Truly effective assessments determine how much knowledge the student has and how well he...

Department of Economics - Graduate Colloquium

Dr. Ajin Lee, Professor, Michigan State University, will give a seminar entitled "TBA"

Department of Economics Brown Bag Seminar Series

Dr. Ajin Lee from Michigan State University will be presenting their research entitled "Medicare Payment to Skilled Nursing Facilities: The Consequences of...

Should I Go to School?

Interested in getting a degree or maybe another degree? Don’t know how to start the process? This session will discuss the many aspects an employee or...

So You Want To Be Involved

Want to get involved but don't know how? Come out and join us in figuring out the best way to get involved! Learn about events, clubs, and organizations that...

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...

Coffee with Provost Beth Ingram

Provost Beth Ingram would like to hear from you! Bring your cup of coffee and join her throughout the fall semester for an informal conversation. Faculty,...

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...

Potbelly Dinner

We are hoping to partner with Potbelly on September 18th in order to raise money for our organization. Potbelly will donate a set amount of their profits to...

Multicultural Story Time

Indonesian Folktale Bring your little one(s) to hear a folktale from Indonesia and learn a traditional dance.

LinkedIn Basics

NIU Career Services will present this hands-on workshop to teach you how to create your LinkedIn profile. You’ll also learn strategies for optimizing your...

Craft Night

Come do a candy craft with the sisters of Alpha Omega Epsilon! Hosted By: Alpha Omega Epsilon Additional Information can be found at:...

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...

Blood,Sweat,and PHierce

In this event we will be rasing the campus awareness on how to keep the heart healthy and how doing activities like jumping rope, stretching,etc. can help...

STEM Café: Combatting the Opioid Epidemic – One Year Later

Experts in DeKalb County continue to collaborate to reduce opioid usage and address related issues. Find out what progress is being made toward eliminating...

A.L.I.C.E

The NIU Department of Police and Public Safety proactively teaches the A.L.I.C.E concepts to mentally prepare our community for violent attacks. Participants...

13th Annual Kermes

What is a Kermes? A Kérmes is a Mexican festival that benefits a specific cause. The night is full of exciting games, traditional food and great music!What...

Wednesday, September 18