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College of Arts and Sciences 50th Anniversary Campaign
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      Upcoming CAS Events

      Date Description Location Time
      Apr 2 Career Paths in Law with Randy Franklin B 158 3-4 p.m.
      Apr 4 College of Arts and Sciences 50th Anniversary lecture:
      "The Politics of Millennials in the Age of Trump: Race, Rage and Vulnerability"
      Speaker: Dr. Cathy Cohen, David and Mary Winton Green Professor at the University of Chicago. A small reception will follow Dr. Cohen's lecture.
      SU 214 3-4:15 p.m.
      Apr 9 "Writing Personal Statements and Interviewing for Professional Health Programs" with Dr. Michael Ellison TBA 3-5 p.m.
      Apr 22 AFAM Annual Lawrence Frank Lecture ft. Dr. Inger Bernett-Zeigler: Disparities in Mental
      Illness and Treatment in the African-American Community
      SU 215 3:45-5 p.m.


      Student Spotlight

      Double major Ashlei Ross named Lincoln Academy Student Laureate

      Northeastern Illinois University has selected Social Work and Inner City Studies major Ashlei Ross as its 2018 Lincoln Academy Student Laureate. Every fall semester, the Lincoln Academy of Illinois honors one graduating senior from each university in the state who demonstrates leadership and service contributions on campus and beyond, academic success, and extracurricular achievements. Read more.