Noteworthy at Northeastern: Reading and recording history
COVID-19’s unprecedented global impact is historic. As such, the Ronald Williams Library wants to capture how this pandemic has affected University’s students by taking submissions for a new digital archive.
Northeastern project interprets literature through the lens of COVID-19
When the COVID-19 pandemic began changing everyday life at Northeastern Illinois University, Assistant Professor of English Ryan Poll looked to literature for answers and developed a series for PopMatters.
Northeastern’s students to shape University COVID-19 archive
Though the world is still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Northeastern Illinois University’s library is creating a digital archive that will seek to reflect how the pandemic impacted Northeastern students’ lives and how students have responded to this unprecedented time.
Noteworthy at Northeastern: New programs and partnerships
As the summer term begins, Northeastern Illinois University has launched the NEIU English Institute and a new partnership with ASPIRA of Illinois.
Northeastern Illinois University and ASPIRA partner to increase Special Education teachers in Illinois
Northeastern Illinois University has entered into a new partnership with ASPIRA of Illinois to help ASPIRA teachers gain their Learning Behavior Specialist (LBS I) Endorsement over the summer.
Northeastern announces new English Institute for non-credit courses
In an effort to make its English courses more accessible to working professionals and community members not seeking college credit, Northeastern Illinois University has created the NEIU English Institute.
Noteworthy at Northeastern: Congratulations, 2020 graduates!
May Commencement was postponed, but we’re still excited to celebrate the Class of 2020! Meet one spring graduate who’s off to Yale, an alum who’s now a professor at Princeton and a Pulitzer Prize finalist, and an instructor who’s up for a Peabody award.
Noteworthy at Northeastern: Preserving history
The Ronald Williams Library expanded its Japanese American Redress Collection, the 2020 Bernard J. Brommel Distinguished Research Professor award was announced, an assistant professor published his third book, and of course we can’t forget about celebrating the spring graduates!
Chielozona Eze earns Northeastern research professor award
Professor of English Chielozona Eze has been honored with Northeastern Illinois University’s 2020 Bernard J. Brommel Distinguished Research Professor award.
Northeastern Assistant Professor Sunni Ali publishes book on the critical lessons hip-hop music teaches
Northeastern Illinois University Assistant Professor of Educational Inquiry and Curriculum Studies Sunni Ali published his third book, “Lessons Learned: Critical Conversation in Hip Hop and Social Justice.”