President John G. Peters will present his annual State of the University Address at 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10, 2009, in the auditorium of Altgeld Hall.
Commemorating its golden anniversary this academic year, the NIU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences today officially launched an interactive Web site that highlights the college’s achievements and allows faculty and alumni to reconnect and share favorite memories.
NIU’s efforts to attract external funding for research are off to a strong start in the new fiscal year.
Over a recent two-week period, NIU scientists – including Dhiman Chakraborty in physics, Jozef Bujarski in biological sciences and Narayan Hosmane and Jon Carnahan in chemistry and biochemistry – won four separate National Science Foundation (NSF) research grant awards totaling nearly $2.3 million.
The planned renovations of the Stevens Building and Cole Hall could present an opportunity for the NIU Anthropology Museum to make improvements that will enhance conservation of artifacts in its collections.
Former Indiana journalist carries tragic murder tale with her to NIU
Kate Braser occasionally misses the newsroom of the Evansville Courier & Press, the southwestern Indiana daily where she worked for more than three years as the courts reporter.
Thirty years ago, the Women’s Resource Center was born at NIU. In honor of the occasion, the WRC is throwing a party.
Take a look at some scenes from the Thursday move-in, from the camera of Scott Walstrom, Media Services.
Learn what happened at NIU the past few months through links to summer Northern Today stories.