NIU Mentions in the News Media

3 Dead in Missouri Tornadoes, ‘Extensive Damage’ to State Capital, May 24, 2019

Caputo chosen to become COD's next president
Daily Herald, May 23, 2019

NIU's engineering students show off finished products at Demo Day, May 08, 2019

Chicago’s Tornado-Proof Delusion
WBEZ, May 04, 2019

NIU receives $1.6 million grant to improve Rockford area math programs
WREX, May 02, 2019

Northern Illinois' Sutton Smith drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers, April 27, 2019

NIU's Scharping drafted by the Texans, April 26, 2019

NIU Collaborates With Juvenile Detention Center
Northern Public Radio, April 26, 2019

PPFA Urges House to Pass First Responders Suicide Prevention Act
River Cities Reader, April 24, 2019

Secularists And Catholics Figure Out What To Do With Notre Dame
WBEZ, April 16, 2019

Outpouring of grief over burning of historic Notre Dame Cathedral
Fox 32 Chicago, April 16, 2019

How Work-Family Justice Can Bring Balance to Scientist Moms
Scientific Weekly, April 11, 2019

Students Put Energy Efficient Cars to the Test at Shell Eco-marathon Americas, April 09, 2019

Trump taps NIU law prof, Wheaton and Northwestern grad to be ambassador-at-large
Chicago Sun-Times, April 05, 2019

Should animals, plants, and robots have the same rights as you?
Vox, April 04, 2019

Psychologists: No Easy Fix For Fake News, March 28, 2019

'Political Survivors' considers the legacy of a commission of Nazi concentration camp survivors
Chicago Tribume, March 22, 2019

The bronze-medal mindset helps personal growth
The Maneater, March 19, 2019

Prairie Ridge grad part of team that created NIU's Barsema's Closet
Northwest Herald , March 14, 2019

The battle over the voting booth is just beginning
CNN, March 12, 2019

Laid-Off Chrysler Workers Expected To Be In High Demand
WNIJ/WNIU, March 08, 2019

Four Forecast and Messaging Takeaways from the Southern Tornado Outbreak
Forbes, March 05, 2019

Deadliest Tornado Outbreak in Six Years Hits the Southeast
Smithsonian, March 05, 2019

NSIA Looks to Diversify Intercollegiate Sports
Diverse, March 04, 2019

NIU Students Push 3D Printing Boundaries to the Max, February 27, 2019

A rare assemblage of sharks and rays from nearshore environments of Eocene Madagascar, February 27, 2019

Don't Panic! Here's Exactly What to Do After a Breakup
Cosmopolitan , February 25, 2019

Changing the Game: How NIU is pushing the pace on diversity in collegiate athletics
WREX, February 21, 2019

NIU opening an Esports Cafe at its Naperville campus that public can use
Chicago Tribune, February 21, 2019

NIU student reflects on competing in the ‘Titan Games’ on NBC
WREX, February 19, 2019

Wanted: Public servants for thankless jobs. OK, who's in?
Chicago Tribune, February 14, 2019

NIU student from Bolingbrook to compete in NBC's 'The Titan Games'
Herald-News, February 13, 2019

NIU business students launch affordable clothing store
23 WIFR, February 08, 2019

Transformation Through Rhythm promotes unity
The MidWeek, February 06, 2019

The 10 most (and least) educated states in America
EAB, February 05, 2019

A suspected heart condition temporarily sidelined Lacey James, making him more appreciative of basketball — and his mom
Chicago Tribune, January 31, 2019

What Can the Fashion Industry Learn from a Legal Squabble Over Video Games & Tattoos?, January 31, 2019

Biology professor gets $340K grant for exoplanet life research
Daily Chronicle, January 29, 2019

Tired of the cold? Blame the polar vortex – and there's more to come, January 29, 2019

Do you swear at Alexa? What our treatment of AI assistants says about humans
CBC Radio, January 22, 2019

Mississippi Least Educated Despite Bryant's 'Better Than Ever' Claim
Jackson Free Press, January 21, 2019

Robert “Bob” Fioretti, candidate for mayor
Chicago Sun-Times , January 18, 2019

No pay, no unemployment for 'essential' workers
Polico, January 15, 2019

Antarctica is losing SIX TIMES more ice a year than it was in the 1970s and experts predict climate change will cause 'multi-meter sea level rise' in the next few centuries
Daily Mail, January 14, 2019

The Government Shutdown Is Reaching Historic Territory. Here’s What That Means for Higher Ed
The Chronicle of Higher Education, January 11, 2019

6 Things You Don’t Owe Your Boss
Thrive Global, January 08, 2019

12 Signs of Cheating That Might Surprise You
Women's Health, January 08, 2019

The hunt for life below Antarctic ice
Nature, December 12, 2018

This One Ritual Helped Michelle Obama De-stress in the White House
Thrive, December 12, 2018

What Your Vacation Drama Says About Your Relationship
Cosmopolitan, December 11, 2018

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