***New Course for Winter 2021*** Global Im/Mobilities: Borders, Migration, and Citizenship SPANISH 397-0-2 (Class # 26909) ANTHRO 390-0-31 (Class # 29054) Tuesdays/Thursdays: 2:00PM – 3:20PM Instructor: Dr. Charles A. McDonald This seminar asks the following questions about borders, migration, and citizenship: (1) What are the forces—political, cultural, and environmental—that facilitate or inhibit human circulation? (2) How do governments, NGOs, scholars, and wider publics draw distinctions
SOULWORK Devising Connection & Ensemble with Instructor Dr. Cristal Chanelle Truscott WQ21 PS_SoulWork (PERFT ST 330-0-20) TRUSCOTT Please email email@example.com for more information, and to enroll.
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 2021 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
ConnectNU is Northwestern University’s new online undergraduate advising platform that you can use to schedule your advising appointments. Use the following links to learn about the new system and to log into ConnectNU! ConnectNU Log In: connectnu.northwestern.edu Undergrad Advising ConnectNU: https://www.northwestern.edu/undergraduate-advising/connectnu/index.html ConnectNU guide for Students: https://www.northwestern.edu/undergraduate-advising/connectnu/student-guide-to-connectnu.pdf FAQs: https://www.northwestern.edu/undergraduate-advising/connectnu/student-faqs.html
We are currently casting for an all-new competition featuring 15 colleges from across the country. The Jeopardy! National College Championship promises to be a competition like you’ve never seen before! Please help us spread the word to your current undergraduate students and have them take the test to see if they could be the new college champion. We’d
Splash at Northwestern is an one-day educational outreach event where Northwestern students teach their favorite topic to high school students from Chicagoland and beyond. This year, we have over 50 classes and over 90 sections. Since the event is going virtual, we are looking for volunteers to moderate the classrooms. Responsibilities include managing the zoom
Find your place in working toward social change with the Civic Engagement Certificate Program The past six months have brought us the many challenges associated with COVID as well as a groundswell in racial justice movements. The next few months will bring an election and potential transition of power. The Civic Engagement Certificate Program provides a forum
Winter 2021… 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 non-profit logistics explores the challenges and opportunities of achieving social good in the age
Dean E. Patrick Johnson is pleased to invite you to attend his inaugural Dialogue with the Dean, a series of conversations with emerging and established communicators who are advancing the futures of their fields, challenging paradigms, and promoting social justice. Dialogue with John L. JacksonWednesday, October 146:30-8 p.m. CT on Zoom John L. Jackson, Jr., is the Walter H.