Click here to find out what opportunities EPICS (External Programs, Internships, and Career Services) has available for students this fall. All registration is through Handshake.
The annual Associated Student Government (ASG) Faculty & Administrator Honor Roll is back! We are asking you, the students, to provide thoughtful and engaging feedback on how faculty & administrators at the university have positively impacted your Northwestern experience throughout the 2021-2022 school year. All information that you share with us will remain confidential, and
Communications Internship Program – Informational Virtual Session Friday, March 4, 2022 1:00pm – 2:00pm CST Crate and Barrel & CB2 Join us to learn more about our 10-week summer internship program for current Juniors! We have two opportunities on the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) team within our eCommerce department, which is a great position for students studying or interested
Part of the Navigating Northwestern Academic Series Insider’s Guide to Managing Your Reading and Writing Load Do you ever feel overwhelmed by your reading load or writing assignments? You’re not alone! Join us for conversation and strategies for staying on top of it all and boost your learning. Bring your questions! Dinner included. Thursday, February
Dear School of Communication Student: I am writing to encourage you to nominate deserving faculty members in the School of Communication for two exciting awards. This is your opportunity to help us to recognize and reward faculty who have enhanced and encouraged your learning, have offered effective mentoring, and have had a positive impact on
Are you a senior currently conducting research or writing your thesis? Join an Undergraduate Writing Group facilitated by the Northwestern Writing Place. Groups will convene weekly for four sessions during winter quarter (early February-early March) for about 1.5 hour (depending on the group) with 3-6 peers and one Writing Place Consultant. Groups will operate on whatever
American Studies Info Session February 9, 2022 6:00-7:00 p.m. – Food Provided AMST Seminar Room 5th Floor/Kresge Hall Room #5531 Come ask questions of current majors and the director. The American Studies Program is an honors-track major that draws on a broad range of faculty from the humanities and social sciences. Students examine components of
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 2022 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
The Kellogg Certificate Program for Undergraduates (CPU) will be hosting two information sessions for Sophomores and Juniors. These sessions will help students learn more about the Financial Economics and Managerial Analytics certificates. Current CPU faculty, staff and students, will answer student questions, review the Spring 2021 application requirements, and discuss the program structure and benefits.
Insider’s Guide to Success in STEM & Quantitative Classes Tuesday, November 2, 5-6:30 pm 560 Lincoln, Room 101 Dinner included. Bring your questions! This event’s focus is to provide critical practices for success to undergrad students in STEM and quantitative courses. Register at EventBrite. Panelists Ken Gentry, Professor of Instruction, McCormick Office of Undergraduate Education