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Northeastern professor publishes debut novel

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Bradley Greenburg is a Shakespearean in the classroom, but what ends up on paper when he sits down to write is decidedly American. Case in point: “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloomed,” the Northeastern Illinois University professor’s recently released debut novel. “I don’t write fiction set in the Renaissance period or in England,” said Greenburg, who has been teaching at Northeastern since 2001. (Though his publisher, Sandstone Press, is based in Scotland.)

New Northeastern Education Building Project Awarded

Thursday, August 28, 2014

The new $73 million Education Building at Northeastern Illinois University will be designed by national architecture and engineering firm SmithGroupJJR. At 160,000 gross-square-feet, the new building will accommodate the span of teaching, learning, service and research needs of the Northeastern College of Education users. A full range of space types will be programmed, including general and specialized classrooms, clinics and laboratories for undergraduate and graduate students and faculty, and meeting and conference spaces.
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Divvy plans Northeastern bike docking station for spring

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Chicago’s Divvy bike-sharing service will install a docking station adjacent to the Northeastern Illinois University main campus in the spring of 2015, the program announced Thursday, Aug. 21. The move is part of a greater expansion project that will take the service as far north as Touhy Avenue, as far south as 75th Street and as far west as Pulaski Road. While the expansion is subject to change, Divvy currently plans to install a station on the west side of St. Louis Avenue, just north of Balmoral Avenue.


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