Enter to Win the Eric Breindel Collegiate Journalism Award!

DEADLINE IS THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 27th  

Easily submit your application online on the new

Eric Breindel Collegiate Journalism award website!

 Win a cash prize of $10,000 and a paid internship at

The Wall Street Journal, Fox News Channel, or The New York Post

(plus winners from outside of the New York City area receive free housing)!

You’ve already done the work—-now is the time to submit your application for the 2012 Eric Breindel Collegiate Journalism Award.

This prestigious award is open to undergraduate students in all class years–freshman, sophomore, junior, senior (including graduating seniors). Submissions may include college newspapers, magazines or periodicals, as well as online articles published on accredited college institution web sites.

 To learn more and apply online, please visit www.ericbreindel.org

Or email us at: breindelaward@rubenstein.com

**Deadline Extended for Poster Presentation submissions: Wednesday, April 25, 2012.**

PRESENT AT THE 2012 UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AND ARTS EXPOSITION!—Monday, May 21 at Norris University Center

Have a project that you’ve been working on this year?  The 2012 Undergraduate Research and Arts Exposition (formerly the Undergraduate Research Symposium) is the university’s annual celebration of undergraduate research and creative works and a great opportunity to share your ideas with the Northwestern community!  Undergraduates in all fields—from the natural and social sciences to journalism and the arts and humanities—are welcome!

Thinking of applying to present but missed the deadline?  There’s still time to submit an abstract to present your project in a poster session!  Submissions for Poster Presentations accepted through Wednesday, April 25!

For more information on the Expo and how to apply, please visit: http://undergradresearch.northwestern.edu/expo.  Questions?  Email the Expo coordinators at undergradresearch@northwestern.edu or uradvisor@northwestern.edu.

Cinequest Film Festival invites you to participate in their annual Screenwriting Competition.

Cinequest Film Festival, located in the beautiful Silicon Valley, would like to extend an invitation to students to participate in their annual Screenwriting Competition, and enter for a chance to win $5,000. Our call for entries opens on May 1st with our final deadline of November 12th. Please use the special student code Y26F3G for a discounted fee only available to students until May 31.

Cinequest is a proud supporter of the independent film writer, lover, and innovator. Now in our 23rd year, we have provided outstanding film innovation, industry and lecture forums to audiences with the intention of bringing out the artist in all of us. We wish to provide a platform for your students to gain recognition for their outstanding writing with the opportunity to be read by industry professionals and local filmmakers (not to mention the $5,000 grand prize).

please see our website for further information, www.cinequest.org.

 

Create, Innovate, Empower

CINEQUEST: a dynamic company with a two decade track record holds the strategic position of successfully integrating the worlds of creativity and technological innovation to empower and transform lives…for the better.

 CINEQUEST Film Festival (CQFF): showcases premiere films, renowned and emerging artists, and breakthrough technology—empowering global connectivity between creators and innovators.

www.cinequest.org  

Cinequest’s sister company, Cinequest Mavericks Studio LLC, produces, distributes and markets innovative and transformative motion pictures.

Are you a freshman or sophomore?

Are you passionate about children? Would you like to explore questions related to children’s communication with like-minded students and faculty? Would you like to explore career opportunities in a wide array of child-oriented fields while gaining real-world experience?

If so, we invite you to register for Northwestern’s Children & Communication module. In this module, students will study the interplay between the biological and cultural forces that shape children’s lives. Students will have the opportunity to connect with like-minded peers and faculty, and to explore child-oriented community organizations together.

If you are interested, please complete the registration form located on the module’s webpage (http://www.communication.northwestern.edu/modules/children_communication/index.php) by no later than 5:00 PM on Tuesday, May 15th. Please note that the deadline has been extended to accommodate more students.

“Student Body” to be presented in Louis Auditorium as part of sexual assault awareness month…

When: Friday, April 27, 4 pm & 7 pm, and Saturday, April 28, 7 pm
What: Student Body Performances
Where: Louis Auditorium
A highly anticipated reprisal of the 2011 Wildcat Welcome Week performance, “Student Body” will be open to all Northwestern students. A brave, thoughtful, and dramatically engaging new play devised and performed by Northwestern students investigates sexual assault through the broader lens of sexuality in culture.

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