Undergraduates who have conducted research under the watchful eyes of their professors have a chance to show off that work this spring.
NIU officials announced last week that, starting in June 2010, the university will offer a Bachelor of Science in Applied Management degree with an emphasis in public safety at Oakton Community College in Des Plaines.
It almost defies words.
There are plenty of nouns and adjectives to describe what currently consumes the Jack Olson Gallery but, no matter how they are arranged or employed, they fall woefully short in attempting to capture everything the visual spectacle offers the eyes and the imagination.
Work to complete a new chilled water cooling system might cause some minor disruptions to foot traffic on the east side of campus between Saturday, March 6, and Friday, March 12.
Center vows to work with state health board to continue project
The Northern Illinois Proton Treatment and Research Center (NIPTRC) last week announced the approaching conclusion of NIPTRC’s two-year certificate of exemption from the state’s health facilities board will necessitate a re-appearance before a newly created Health Facilities and Services Review Board for a new approval process.
Partnerships proving highly beneficial in research
Scientists and researchers from the NIPTRC and NIU along with their partners are developing a new imaging process using a proton beam that they believe will be a major medical breakthrough in the delivery of proton beam therapy for cancer patients.
NIU celebrates Women’s History Month in March
NIU will celebrate Women’s History Month in March with a variety of events based on the theme of “Women’s Voices/Women’s Visions.”
California-based writer Julia Serano, who has gained national attention in transgender, queer and feminist circles for her unique insights into gender, will visit NIU in March to deliver a public lecture on the topic of “rethinking sexualization.”