Events

Wednesday, September 25

Fastenal Meet & Greet Table

Fastenal will host a Meet and Greet Table in the Barsema Hall atrium.

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...

RSM Meet & Greet Table

RSM will host a Meet and Greet Table in the Barsema Hall atrium.

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...

Achieving Excellence in Recruiting: Reducing Implicit Bias in Search Committees

Achieving Excellence in Recruiting – A search committee’s guide for recruiting diverse faculty and staff. This training is for those who will participate in...

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...

LGBTQ Identities & Experiences Panel (Facts & Snacks Workshop)

The GSRC and MPTSS will be collaborating to host a panel which will consist of students from the LGBTQIA+ Speakers Bureau. The Speakers Bureau is made up of...

Converting Your Course for Blackboard Ultra

The new Ultra Course View is modern and intuitive with streamlined workflows to improve your efficiency. If you are ready to try out the Ultra Course View,...

Dissertation Defense - Ghazala Siddiqui

"Hearing the Unheard: Perspectives of Indian and Pakistani Immigrant Parents on Their Involvement in Their Children's Schools." Dr. Mary Beth Henning and...

"Combat" Conflict

Conflict is normal and exists in every area of our lives. It can disrupt the normalcy and quality of life by generating fear and uncertainty. Conflict can...

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...

LinkedIn - Beyond the Profile

LinkedIn – Beyond the Profile is a hands-on workshop designed to teach current LinkedIn users ways to utilize the social media site to assist in their career...

Cultural Workshop for LatinX Heritage Month

Join as we have showcase a short film, followed by a dialogue about Afro-latinidad and Anti-blackness in LatinX cultures/communities. The conversation will...

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...

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...

S.A.F.E

The NIU Department of Police and Public Safety now offers S.A.F.E (Self-Defense, Awareness, Familiarization, Exchange) as a community service to women....

S.A.F.E. Training

The NIU Department of Police and Public Safety now offers S.A.F.E. (Self-Defense, Awareness, Familiarization, Exchange) as a community service to women....

Wednesday, September 25