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Category: Communication Sciences and Disorders

NU 2018-19 Study Abroad Fair – Thursday, November 1

Go Beyond: Study Abroad!Explore hundreds of learning abroad options at the upcoming Study Abroad Fair! Meet study abroad advisers and representatives for our 150 programs in 50 countries around the world. Connect with Northwestern students who have gone abroad. And learn about resources and support from Northwestern offices and departments, including funding support for your

Winter Quarter 2019 IEMS Course Offering

Winter 2019… IEMS 365: Analytics for Social GoodNorthwestern Juniors and Seniors – from all colleges and departments – consider joining IEMS 365: Analytics for Social Good Tues/Thurs 3:30 -4:50Professor Karen SmilowitzIndustrial Engineering & Management Sciences365.iems.northwestern.eduThis university-wide course in humanitarian and non-profit logistics explores the challenges and opportunities of achieving social good in the age of analytics.

Fall Seminar on LD and the Arts

CSD 369 Undergraduate SeminarLearning Disabilities and the ArtsCourse Description:The purpose of this seminar is to introduce students to potential problems that children and adults with learning disabilities may experience when they participate in various arts including music, dance, drama, the graphic arts, creative oral and written discourse.  Research on the use of the arts to

Apply to the fall quarter Medill Justice Project investigative journalism class

Apply to the fall quarter Medill Justice Project investigative journalism classTwo-unit course open to juniors and seniorsOne of the limited opportunities for students to get involved with MJPThe only university class in the country where students investigate a potentially wrongful conviction and publish their findingsHistorically, students have uncovered information that has played a role in

Dow Chemical Diamond Symposium event invitation

Dow Diamond SymposiumDow is excited to announce that we are hosting our second Diamond Symposium August 20-22, 2018. This is an exciting event that is intended for exceptional African American, Latino, and American Indian undergraduate students majoring in Engineering, Supply Chain Management, Accounting/Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems, and Business Administration/Marketing.The event will be held in