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Dance minor applications due 1/31/2020

Dear Dance Community:It is time to open our applications session for the Minor in Dance! Please let your friends, frenemies, classmates, and students know they are welcome to apply.The Minor in Dance requires 6.68 units of credit in the Dance Program, and is comprised of a combination of technique and academic courses. If you have not already done so, please make sure you have spoken with Roxane Heinze-Bradshaw roxane.heinze-bradshaw@northwestern.edu about

Humanities Plunge applications now being accepted!

The Plunge is Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities FREE spring break program – a deep dive into art, theatre, architecture, history, and neighborhood culture (and food!). It’s open to all majors, all years, all schools. Applications are due Jan. 27.Here’s the link: https://www.humanities.northwestern.edu/undergraduate/humanities-plunge/

Legal Studies Major Applications are now open!

We are pleased to announce thatLegal Studies Major Applications are now open!If interested in applying to the major, please complete the online application form and submit to legalstudies@northwestern.edu by Monday, February 3rd!Our applications are only open once a year, so don’t delay!For more information about the major, visit our website.www.legalstudies.northwestern.edu/undergraduate/major/how-to-apply.html___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________www.legalstudies.northwestern.eduplanitpurple.northwestern.edu/event/562041 

Announcing SummerFest 2020!

Start dreaming about warm summer days on cold winter nights! It all begins at SummerFest, which introduces students to Northwestern resources that can help them meet their summer goals through programs, jobs, and grants. Some opportunities would allow you to enjoy Evanston and Chicago when the weather is great. Others are focused on more distant

Course Update: Computing Everywhere Winter 2020!

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?This winter, check out COMM ST 159 Computing Everywhere, a zero-credit seminar with 5 weeks of evening (choose Tuesdays at Willard or Wednesdays at Shepard, 7-9

Winter Medill courses with seats for non-majors

JOUR 372-0 International Journalism: South AfricaTaught by Prof. Doug FosterMW 10am-11:50am, Fisk 309January 2020 marks three decades since the release of Nelson Mandela from prison. His release, and the negotiations that followed, ushered in an effort to flesh out the vision of establishing a “nonracial,” egalitarian, anti-sexist, and non-homophobic society on the southern tip of Africa. Those

Here is the link to your preview of Winter Quarter 2020 Classes. *

Here is the link to your preview of Winter Quarter 2020 Classes. *https://advising.soc.northwestern.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2019/11/Winter-Quarter-2020.pdfPlease remember this course listing is provided as a snapshot of classes that might be of interest to you as an SoC student and is not meant to substitute for the listings in CAESAR or consultation with your advisor.  In fact, there are

Northwestern Juniors and Seniors – from all colleges and departments – consider joining IEMS 365: Analytics for Social Good

Winter 2020… IEMS 365: Analytics for Social GoodTues/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. Students work on interdisciplinary teams on a series of case studies that range in topic from advanced technology for disaster