Events

Wednesday, February 7

Alebrijes at Founders!

Alebrijes: Magical Beings This exhibit, which will remain open until November 8, presents original Mexican folk art in the alebrijes tradition. It...

BHM Book Display: African Americans and the Arts

Celebrate Black art and Black artists with NIU Libraries. Throughout February, visit the Black Heritage Month book display on the main floor of Founders...

Black Heritage Month

Join us in celebrating Black Heritage Month at NIU with a range of fun and educational events and activities throughout February. See full event calendar

Center for Burma Studies Open House

Drop in to the Center for Burma Studies to meet and greet our new director, Aurore Candier, Ph.D., and to learn about the current activities of our Burma Art...

Lunar New Year Celebration: Red Envelopes

Red envelopes symbolize good wishes and luck! Drop by the Asian American Resource Center to pick up a lucky red envelope and learn more about this auspicious...

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...

Mission outside

**ONLINE** Congratulations on your admissions! Do you know what you need to submit to move forward? Attend this session to hear of your next steps. Come with...

9 AM
Virtual Event
Ruth Lantz,"Enmeshed", 40'x100", 2022. Acrylic, flashe and silkscreen on canvas over panel.

"Screenic Paradigms" features paintings by Su A Chae, Ruth Lantz and Katie Neece. These Midwest-based artists respond to the current condition of painting's...

Ruth Lantz, Enmeshed, Acrylic, Flashe, and Silkscreen on Canvas over Panel, 2022

"Screenic Paradigms" features paintings by Su A Chae, Ruth Lantz, and Katie Neece. These Midwest-based artists respond to the current condition of painting's...

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...

What is for Supper? What is a Meal? Exhibition

The NIU Art Museum presents their Food Issues, Customs and Concerns exhibition suite, featuring the following exhibits: "What is for Supper? What is a Meal?"...

Graduate Student Professional Development Lunch

TOPIC: Job Search Strategies and Resources for Graduate Students Presenters from Career Services and the Graduate School will share inisights to help you...

**IN PERSON** Assessment Circle Workshop 2: Alignment and Coherence of Student Learning Outcomes in the Curriculum

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM This second workshop in the series on learning outcomes assessment builds upon the first by exploring...

Technology

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM The Digital Media Studio in CITL features two innovative...

**ONLINE** Promoting Active Learning in Online Science with the Right Tools & Practical Strategies

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Expanding science courses online presents a unique set of...

12 PM
Virtual Event
NIU's Southeast Asia Student Conference - Call for Papers

NIU's Southeast Asia Student Conference - Saturday, April 6, 2024 Call for Papers Abstracts Now Due By: February 7, 2024 Northern Illinois University’s...

A photo of Dr. Leff Yaffe, the speaker.

Dr. Daniel Leff Yaffe, Economist at Wayfair, will give a short presentation answering questions from students on how economics is used in surprising ways at...

"Valley Wieselthaler and Interwar Expressionist Ceramics" Guest Lecture by Dr. Megan Brandow-Faller

Dr. Megan Brandow-Faller, professor of history at City University of New York Kingsborough will conduct a guest lecture, Wednesday, February 7 as part of...

2 PM
Virtual Event
So-Full Friday: Black Studies and Performance

Roxanna Conner, professor and director of the NIU School of Theatre and Dance, will give a talk about Black Studies and Performance.

Showing Up as Our Best Selves in Relationships

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM Location: Teams Relationships that are healthy provide us...

 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...

Dr. Daniel Barajas

Daniel Barajas (DPT, 2022) Embracing Diversity and Spanish in the Clinic

6 PM
Virtual Event
Northern Illinois University Women's Basketball vs Ball State

Northern Illinois University Women's Basketball vs Ball State TV: ESPN+ Radio: WDKB 94-9 FM, The Varsity Network Streaming Video:...

Virtual Info Session - Community College Leadership Ed.D. Program

Learn more about the Community College Leadership Ed.D. at Northern Illinois University including the admissions process, coursework and the dissertation of...

6 PM
Virtual Event
Virtual Info Session - Ed.D. in Higher Education Program

Learn more about the Executive Weekend Ed.D. in Higher Education at Northern Illinois University including the admissions process, coursework and the...

6 PM
Virtual Event
Food Production & Preservation

Jessica Cima (Curator, Pick Museum of Anthropology) will review the Good Food Exhibit and discuss the benefits of growing and preserving your own food. Chef...

Nat Lin - Senior Bass Recital

Accompanied by: Colin Dorion, drumsIsaiah Jones Jr, pianoJackson Wheeler, guitarGabriel Wade, trumpetAbria Shaw, voice Ryan Bills, saxophone PROGRAM Got a...

STEM Café: Good Food: Gardening, Preserving and Sustainable Food Systems

What does sustainability look like in your home, community and the wider world? Join us to learn how to reduce your carbon footprint through growing and...

NIU Esports League of Legends: NIU vs. Ohio University

Support NIU Esports as they compete in the 2024 Esports Collegiate Conference season! All matches are streamed LIVE to our Twitch. Current students can watch...

crate

Check out and experience what crate climbing is all about. This challenging activity involves stacking and scaling crates as high as you can. It is harder...

Wednesday, February 7