Events

Thursday, September 28

"Dialogue" and "The Remaining, Mourn..." Exhibition

Visit our galleries 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays; noon to 6 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays; and noon to 3 p.m. Saturdays.

Latino Heritage Month

Join us in celebrating Latino Heritage Month at NIU with a range of fun and educational events and activities, now through Oct. 15. See full event calendar

Nomination deadline for the Richard A. Flournoury Award

The Richard A. Flournory Award was created in 2020 to recognize individuals who have worked to promote inclusivity at NIU over an extended time period. The...

University Writing Center (UWC) Open

Free, in-person and online tutoring is available to all NIU students and staff at the HASC’s University Writing Center (UWC). You can schedule appointments...

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Recently, there has been a growing international enthusiasm for the repatriation of cultural objects to their “rightful origin.” However, much of the current...

"Chaos in a Warm Village" - Jack Olson Gallery Exhibition

“Chaos In A Warm Village” reflects and illustrates the diversity and complexity of the African American community. Jesse Howard depicts a story about the...

Good Food

The Pick Museum of Antropology gallery is open 10-4 Tuesday-Saturday. "Good Food" highlights food issues in northern Illinois and outlines what...

Photography exhibition: CREATE & DISCOVER Belonging in STEAM

This exhibition features color photographs of individuals who have been historically excluded from STEAM fields. The exhibition was created by NIU...

Expressive Arts Self-Discovery 10-week Group

This group will be limited to 10 participants and will be in-person only. Art encourages creativity, reduces stress, and increases engagement. Explore your...

Neurodivergence at Work – Part 2

Thursday, September 28, 2023 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Location: TEAMS Dig deeper into understanding neurodiversity in this follow up 1-hour session where...

11 AM
Virtual Event
Teaching

Thursday, September 28, 2023 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Effective grading communicates student achievement,...

12 PM
Virtual Event
Lunch & Learn: Food Security on College Campuses

Presented by M.A. candidate Amy Martin and Dr. Nancy Prange Ms. Martin will present her dissertation research, which explores the factors that motivate...

Department of Economics Graduate Colloquium - Seminar

Dr. Joel Kaiyuan Han, Assistant Professor at Loyola University of Chicago will give a seminar entitled "The Lasting Impact of Historical Redlining Maps on...

Real Talk and Big Ideas: International Launch of the Guide to the Humanitarian System, Development Aid, and NGOs (Zoom, cosponsored by Tufts University’s Feinstein International Center)

To bridge the gap between the different humanitarian and development actors (NGOs, institutions, agencies, etc.) and Haitian communities and their members...

12:30 PM
Virtual Event
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John Flaxman (1755-1826) was an English Nee-Classical artist who was steeped in Greek and Greek mythology. This LLI session will be both a lecture on his...

Northern Illinois University Women's Soccer vs Ohio

Northern Illinois University Women's Soccer vs Ohio Streaming Video: http://niuhuskies.com/showcase?Live=6139 ...

Recovery and Campus Reimbursement of Indirect Costs – Post-Award Overview

This session will provide an overview of SPA’s process for calculating and reimbursing campus units for these costs and best practices for monitoring this...

1 PM
Virtual Event
CISLL Writing Retreat

Join the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Language and Literacy (CISLL) for a virtual writing retreat.

2 PM
Virtual Event
 Biological Sciences Graduate Colloquium

Dr. Michael Federle from Univeristy of Illinois Chicago will be giving a seminar titled “Tapping Bacterial Communication Networks to Reveal Pathogenic Social...

Department of Biological Graduate Colloquium - Seminar

Dr. Michael Federle, Professor at College of Pharmacy will give a seminar entitled "TBA"

Huskie Food Pantry Open Session

The Huskie Food Pantry is open to students every Wednesday and Thursday (excluding Thanksgiving week) until finals week at the Chick Evans Field House. If...

Rec Fitness: Small Group Training

Want to have fun and a great workout led by a personal trainer in a small group format? Sign up for our new small group training sessions. The first...

Edible Campus Fundraising Dinner

Enjoy a three-course meal created and prepared by Chef Bryan Flower. The farm-to-table menu features roast pork, chicken and vegetarian main courses along...

Flyer of event with pictures of loteria cards

Come play a game of Lotería with us and win some prizes — Millennial Edition. What is Lotería? it a traditional card game similar to Bingo but we use images...

standup paddleboard yoga

Breathe in, breathe out, experience yoga on a stand-up paddleboard (SUP) floating in the pool. SUP is a fun activity that challenges your balance and...

The Landscape of Loss: Navigating Gently and with Resilience

Hosted by the Art Museum in conjunction with our exhibitions, "Dialogue" and "The Remaining, Mourn...," join us in Altgeld Hall 125 for a program with Jen...

Thomas Snydacker, Faculty Saxophone Recital

Tickets must be purchased online in advance. Tickets will not be available at the door. program: The Last Question (2020) by Roger Zare Big Bang ...

CSEAS Lecture Series: Helena Varkkey

“Sustainability Transitions in the Palm Oil Sector” Helena Varkkey Department of International and Strategic Studies Universiti Malaya Palm oil is the most...

7:30 PM
Virtual Event

Thursday, September 28