NIU President John G. Peters will deliver his annual State of the University Address at 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25, in the Altgeld Hall auditorium.
NIU’s College of Engineering and Engineering Technology has received a $1 million grant to help the American railroad industry find ways to squeeze more miles from a gallon of fuel and reduce the pollution produced by locomotives.
NIU’s College of Engineering and Engineering Technology officially dedicated the AutomationDirect Automation Laboratory last week in historic Still Hall.
NIU has become the place of work for several new professors, administrators and other supportive professionals. Northern Today provides a glimpse at just a few.
NIU Physics Professor Michel van Veenendaal is helping lead efforts to establish a network of 25 scientists from across the world who will work to lay the theoretical foundation for understanding “resonant X-ray scattering” – a developing and important tool for materials science researchers.
For years, NIU students who also are children of civil service employees have been invited to apply for a pair of scholarships each worth $500 a year.