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Winter Medill courses with seats for non-majors

JOUR 372-0 International Journalism: South AfricaTaught by Prof. Doug FosterMW 10am-11:50am, Fisk 309 January 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.

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://media.soc.northwestern.edu/socwp-aws/sites/40/2019/11/09170654/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

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

Winter 2020… IEMS 365: Analytics for Social Good Tues/Thurs 3:30 -4:50 Professor Karen SmilowitzIndustrial 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 of analytics. Students work on interdisciplinary teams on a series of case studies that range in topic from

recruitment participants for study

We are recruiting participants for our interactive firefighting simulation called Project C3Fire! First you will complete a 45 minute online survey at your leisure before you come in to the ATLAS Lab to participate in our in-lab team task (2 hours) called Project C3Fire. Check available dates online: www.bit.ly/projectc3fire or write an e-mail to ATLASNorthwestern@gmail.com

Northern School of Contemporary Dance | Chicago Workshops

USA Workshops Introduction to UK Conservatoire Training27 October 2019, 10.30am – 1pm. Location: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Studio A, 1147 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60607(aimed at prospective undergraduate students)  Transition to Professional Practice 27 October 2019, 2pm – 4.30pm.    Location: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Studio A, 1147 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60607

AUDITION NOTICE: DANCEWORKS ’20

 AUDITION NOTICEDANCEWORKS ‘20Audition for Northwestern’s biggest night of concert dance.Danceworks 2020 runs March 4 – 8 2020 in the Josephine Louis Theater  Saturday, November 16 from 1 – 3PM Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts Room 201 at 1949 Campus DriveRegistration begins at 12pm Please bring headshot or selfie photo and comfortable clothing for dancing

Winter 2020… IEMS 365: Analytics for Social Good

Winter 2020… 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 SmilowitzIndustrial 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

An afternoon of music with Heather Headley 11/2/2019

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Distribution IV courses & other German courses. Fall Quarter 2019

Elementary & Intermediate Language Courses in German German 101-1 Beginning German Denise Meuser, Coordinator (MTWF 11:00, 1:00, 2:0 &  MTTHF 4-4:50) Prerequisite in German: None This is the first quarter of the Beginning German sequence: a systematic introduction to basic German. All four language skills – speaking, listening comprehension, reading and writing – are stressed