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Mon., Feb 27: Edith Hall, “That Goblin Word: Why We Need to Rethink What We and Aristophanes Mean by Demagogue”

Edith Hall is Professor in the Classics Department  and Centre for Hellenic Studies at King’s College London. Her specialty in putting pleasure into the history, literature, theatre, myth and philosophy of ancient Greece and Rome and their continuing impact in the modern world. She has published more than twenty books, broadcasts frequently on radio and television, works as consultant

#TakeNUToWorkDay Twitter Takeover: WCAS ’13 alum @ DoorDash / Startup Industry

On Thursday, Feb. 23, Northwestern Career Advancement welcomes Victor Shao (WCAS ‘13), strategy and operations manager at DoorDash, to live Tweet about his workday as part of #TakeNUToWorkDay. Follow along on @JobsforCats any time between 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. CT as Victor gives us a behind the-scenes-look at what it’s like to work in operations

Harvey Kapnick Center for Business Institutions: Lunch & Learn”: What I’ve learned as a communication consultant in business.

Barbara Shwom A nationally recognized leader in business communication, Barbara Shwom has served as president of both the Association for Business Communication and the Association of Professional Communication Consultants. She is the managing principal of the consulting firm Communication Partners and is a frequent presenter at conventions in communication, education, and peer tutoring. Her research

NCA Career News

WEEKLY EMAIL: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Spotlight  \  NCA Opportunities  \  Employer Activity \  Resources  \  Other Opportunities SPOTLIGHT Northwestern Alumni-Student Mock Interview Program Registration deadline: Sunday, Feb. 19 Program: Tuesday, Feb. 21 | Slots between 4:15-6:30 p.m. | NCA Interview Center (630 Lincoln) | All Undergraduate Students | Sign-up required, first-come, first-served Sharpen your interview skills

CFMS Data Mobilization Cafe

The Center for Forced Migration Studies is coordinating a Data Dive in support of  CFMS Refugee Support and Advocacy Mobilization. The Data Café is part of a larger effort to create a repository of information on refugee resettlement in the US. This Friday, Senior Computational Social Sciences Specialist Christina Maimone, will be available to train

Spring Quarter 2017 Medill courses open to non-Medill majors

JOUR 201-1 “Reporting & Writing” Taught by Prof. Stephan Garnett This course builds a strong foundation for all Medill classes to follow by introducing students to the essentials of accurate journalism necessary for any platform or storytelling format. This includes news judgment, news and information gathering (including sourcing, discovering and covering different kinds of news,

The 2017 Summer Internship Grant Program Application Period is Now Open

Are you planning to secure an unpaid internship this summer, but aren’t sure how to fund it? Northwestern undergraduate students can now apply to receive a $3,000 stipend through Northwestern Career Advancement’s Summer Internship Grant Program (SIGP). Now in its 10th year, SIGP provides both financial support for unpaid summer internships as well as career

NUMER Panel on Trump Foreign Policy in the Middle East (02/16)

Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States on November 8th, 2016. His decisions as president, as well as his presidency severely polarized the US population, especially his recent executive order temporarily banning refugees and others from Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Iran, Somalia, Libya and Yemen from entering the US. Join NU Middle

NCA Career News: Chris Floyd business/media talk, alumni-student mock interviews + more

WEEKLY EMAIL: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10 Spotlight   NCA Opportunities   Employer Activity  Resources    Other Opportunities SPOTLIGHT A Conversation with Chris Floyd ’87 Wednesday, Feb. 15 | 5:30-7 p.m. | Guild Lounge, Scott Hall Room 117 (601 University Pl, Evanston) | All Students Join Chris Floyd (WCAS ’87), Chief Operating Officer & General Counsel at Steven Spielberg’s Amblin

NUvention: Arts (ENTREP 460) Spring 2017 Information Session

Please join us! NUvention: Arts (ENTREP 460) Spring 2017 Information Session​​ DATE: Tuesday, February 14th, Valentine’s Day TIME:  12:30 – 1:30 PM PLACE: Kellogg School of Management (Jacobs Center – Room G27 – Lower Level) HOSTED BY: The Farley Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation COURSE TIMES/DATES : Fridays, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM @ The Garage Workspace Share your love for arts & entrepreneurship while you learn about this one-of-a-kind