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Navigating Northwestern Academics

Part of the Navigating Northwestern Academic Series Stay fueled maintaining your academic confidence and energy in winter quarter; conversation and practical strategies. Wednesday, January 19, 5:30-7 p.m. Willard Hall, Room B72 Hear from experts on how to stay academically energized and optimistic during a challenging — and cold! — Northwestern quarter. Participants will have a

Program in American Studies Info Session

American Studies Info Session February 9, 2022 6:00-7:00 p.m. – Food Provided AMST Seminar Room 5th Floor/Kresge Hall Room #5531 Come ask questions of current majors and the director. The American Studies Program is an honors-track major that draws on a broad range of faculty from the humanities and social sciences. Students examine components of

Computing Everywhere

A School of Communication initiative to develop computational literacy. You already know that software, data and algorithms are everywhere today. Have you ever wondered how they work? Or wanted to know more about programming, so you could feel smarter talking to an engineer/coder on a project or in a job interview? Check out COMM ST 159

Distinguished Secondary Teacher Award

Northwestern Seniors, Please think about a high school teacher who made a difference in your life and take a few minutes to nominate that person for the 2022 Distinguished Secondary Teacher Award.  The nomination process takes only about the length of a study break but can make a world of difference to a teacher. Former

The Kellogg Certificate Program for Undergraduates (CPU)

The Kellogg Certificate Program for Undergraduates (CPU) will be hosting two information sessions for Sophomores and Juniors. These sessions will help students learn more about the Financial Economics and Managerial Analytics certificates. Current CPU faculty, staff and students, will answer student questions, review the Spring 2021 application requirements, and discuss the program structure and benefits.

Analytics for Social Good

Winter 2022… IEMS 365: Analytics for Social Good Northwestern Juniors and Seniors – from all colleges and departments – consider joining IEMS 365: Analytics for Social Good  Tues/Thurs 3:30 -4:50 Professor Karen Smilowitz Industrial Engineering & Management Sciences 365.iems.northwestern.edu This university-wide course in humanitarian and nonprofit logistics explores the challenges and opportunities of achieving social good in

Navigating Northwestern Academics

Insider’s Guide to Success in STEM & Quantitative Classes Tuesday, November 2, 5-6:30 pm 560 Lincoln, Room 101 Dinner included.  Bring your questions! This event’s focus is to provide critical practices for success to undergrad students in STEM and quantitative courses. Register at EventBrite. Panelists Ken Gentry, Professor of Instruction, McCormick Office of Undergraduate Education

SoC Work-Study Positions Available

Come and join our dynamic SoC Team! Please click on the attached Job Postings to apply. School of Communication Office of Undergraduate Programs and Advising: Website Accessibility Expert (Computer Aide 2) School of Communication Office of Undergraduate Programs and Advising: Clerical Aide 2

VentureCat, Northwestern’s annual student startup competition

An info session on VentureCat, Northwestern’s annual student startup competition, will be held at The Garage on Thursday, October 21 at 6:15pm. Register for the session to get an early start on understanding application requirements, resources available to help you prepare and timelines. We have a few new updates this year. VentureCat 2022 applications will

New Movement Project (NMP)

After a year-long hiatus, New Movement Project (NMP), and one of its most-loved event series flux, are back, and we want you to join us!  NMP strives to facilitate the creative goals of dancers at Northwestern by offering opportunities for dancing, performing, and choreographing to the community.  Acting as a liaison between the Dance Program