As the two-year marker of the tragic events of February 14, 2008, approaches, Northern Illinois University is planning “NIU Remembers: A Day of Reflection.”
Please join the campus community on February 14, 2010, for the events and programs intended to remember those we lost, to reflect upon the tragedy that affected our campus and to continue the healing of the Huskie community.
NIU is tapping Lisa C. Freeman of Kansas State University – a highly accomplished teacher, scientist and administrator with a strong record of attracting external funding and building collaborations – to become the new vice president for Research and Graduate Studies.
NIU athletes mixed sports with story time last month at Malta Elementary School.
Representing men’s and women’s soccer, gymnastics, track and field and women’s golf, a group of 15 Huskies read books to the children and answered their questions about sports, life and the importance of literacy and learning.
NIU’s Art Museum will present three shows from Tuesday, Jan. 19, through Friday, March 5.
The “Pop Culture Exhibition Suite” includes “Midwestern BLAB! 2,” “ROOT HOG, OR DIE!” and “Heroes, Villains and the American Zeitgeist.”
Suffering from the winter blues? Try an age-old tonic with a new venture and enroll in art, music or theater classes, lessons and ensembles.
The NIU Community School of the Arts offers a variety of arts programming for all age groups. All activities are held on campus.