Noteworthy at Northeastern: A partnership with Google
Read about Northeastern new summer program with Google, the 10th anniversary of Alternative Spring Break and much more.
Alternative Spring Break reaches 10-year milestone of service and learning
Spring break may bring to mind thoughts of wild beach parties or relaxing staycations—but at Northeastern Illinois University, the annual week with no classes can be so much more.
Northeastern Illinois University Partners with Google on Computer Science Summer Institute Extension Program
Northeastern Illinois University is one of nine colleges and universities from around the nation that have partnered with Google to pilot the Computer Science Summer Institute Extension Program.
Noteworthy at Northeastern: Big step for Social Work
Read about the initial accreditation for the Master of Social Work program and more.
Master of Social Work program awarded initial accreditation
The Council on Accreditation and Council on Social Work Education have granted initial accreditation to Northeastern Illinois University’s Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) program.
Noteworthy at Northeastern: Award winners
Read about the latest awards won by students, faculty and alumni, this weekend's Chicago Brass Festival and more!
Noteworthy at Northeastern: Erin Brockovich rewind
The latest Daniel L. Goodwin Distinguished Lecture Series was a big hit with guest Erin Brockovich.
AARP Foundation grant funds College of Business and Management entrepreneurship workshops
Northeastern Illinois University’s College of Business and Management has hosted five Work for Yourself@50+℠ workshops at three of its Chicago locations and plans to host three more in the coming months as part of a national grant from the AARP Foundation.
Illinois Writing Project at Northeastern Illinois University part of five-year Department of Education grant
The Illinois Writing Project in Northeastern Illinois University’s Daniel L. Goodwin College of Education is part of a team of seven writing project sites to be awarded a five-year, $14.7 million Education, Innovation and Research grant by the U.S. Department of Education.