Noteworthy at Northeastern: Happy New Year, 2019!
Read about the ambitious plans of Management major Alecia Martin, plus get the latest news on a new theater series, this year’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations and much more.
Noteworthy at Northeastern: See you in 2019!
Take a look back at Commencement, get news of two high-profile grants and more.
Northeastern Illinois University works with Black Ensemble Theater for drama series
Northeastern Illinois University and Black Ensemble Theater will present Jackie Taylor’s Anti-Racism Drama Series and a theater residency program from January through March of 2019.
Northeastern Illinois University student earns student staff member award
Northeastern Illinois University student Isabel Vargas has been awarded the national Student Staff Member of the Year Award by American Campus Communities (ACC).
National Endowment for the Humanities awards grant to Northeastern Illinois University for Kurdish language program
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded a $100,000 grant to Northeastern Illinois University to support the development of a Kurdish language and cultural studies program.
National Endowment for the Humanities awards faculty fellowship grant to Christina Bueno
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded a $60,000 faculty fellowship grant to Northeastern Illinois University Associate Professor of History and Latino/Latin American Studies Christina Bueno.
Commencement speaker Billy Ocasio encourages graduates to dream big
Northeastern alumnus Billy Ocasio told his personal story of perseverance during the University’s Commencement ceremony.
Noteworthy at Northeastern: Caps and gowns
Catch up on plans for Commencement, an emeritus award and an invitation to the Poetry Foundation.
Northeastern awards Professor Emerita status to Ana Fraiman
Northeastern has awarded emeritus status to retiring Chemistry Professor Ana Fraiman.
Northeastern students, instructors to read at the Poetry Foundation
Northeastern students Kathryn Hudson and Natalia Rokita will join English Instructors Olivia Cronk and Larry O. Dean for a reading of various original pieces at the Poetry Foundation on Dec. 18.