Among the hardest hit in today’s economic downturn are working-class families whose modest incomes limit their ability to save for college but also curtail their childrens’ eligibility for college financial aid.
In the field of particle physics, which often makes use of high-tech circular particle accelerators, what goes around comes around.
The same could be said of medical physicist George Coutrakon.
NIU’s Drew McCormick spent some time this past summer inside the walls of Cook County Jail. Not to worry, though, he wasn’t in any sort of trouble.
Anne T. Berg, Ph.D., a research professor in biological sciences at NIU, has been named recipient of the prestigious 2008 Epilepsy Research Recognition Award for Clinical Science.
Department awards go to Art, Mechanical Engineering
NIU Political Scientist Daniel Kempton was named Outstanding International Educator at the Division of International Program’s annual recognition reception.
When Rodrigo Villenueva’s NIU Jazz Lab Band took first place last March at the prestigious jazz festival at UW-Eau Claire, he immediately began dreaming aloud about an international tour.
More than 40 alumni of the NIU Choral Program will return to campus the first weekend of December to perform in the annual holiday concert, which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Professors across the nation have once again rated NIU’s accountancy program among the elite in the nation.