ISEN announces new undergraduate certificate in Energy and Sustainability!
ISEN is pleased to announce a new certificate in Energy and Sustainability available to any interested undergraduate student, beginning in the 2012 Fall quarter.
The interdisciplinary undergraduate certificate combines a shared core sequence of three ISEN 200‐level courses and a four‐course elective series, from dozens of course options [...]
Student Leadership Symposium & Networking Event
Thursday, May 24
Annenberg Hall, Room G21
On behalf of the Northwestern Alumni Association and Nielsen, we would like to invite you to attend our first annual Leadership Symposium and Networking Event this Thursday! Speakers will discuss:
• How to become an effective leader in your student group
• How to market your leadership as [...]
Dear Potential Fulbright Applicants:
Fulbright Application Workshops will take place for the entire month of May and into early June. In these workshops we discuss winning strategies for applying to this prestigious award. All enrolled students must attend one workshop before registering to apply. Alums; you are welcome to apply through NU [...]
Medill is again offering a few journalism courses with seats for non-Medill students.
JOUR 390-0/20 Connecting with Immigrant & Multi-ethnic Communities (16161) – seats available for non-Medill
JOUR 390-0/23 The Press, the Pentagon & the Public (16188) – seats available for non-Medill
JOUR 390-0/25 Design Techniques for Print & the Web (16965) – for non-Medill students exclusively
JOUR 390-0/26 [...]
The Clark and Hinman Foundation proudly announces two $1,000 fellowships for sophomores who display academic integrity and dedication to strengthening the principles of civil society.
The Clark and Hinman Foundation seeks to support educational endeavors – outside of the traditional Northwestern curriculum – of students who display academic distinction and dedication to strengthening the principles [...]
Movement of the 1960s and 70s – this class explores themes such as appropriation, cultural exchange, and primitivism, in order to decipher how artists constructed and imagined their relationship with a broader African diasporic community.
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The Fifty for the Future Awards honor annually Illinois’ Most Promising Technology Students. Awardees Benefit From: •$1,000 Scholarship to Awardee and Faculty nominator to New Horizon Learning Centers and much more. For details, please see: (www.nhgreatlakes.com)
We at MatchingDonors.com are having a video contest along with The Hollywood Awards. We would like to offer students an opportunity to participate and show their talents. Besides cash prizes the winners will receive an opportunity to work with some of the biggest names in Hollywood.For Example:
Assistant Digital Artist work & credits on a Disney Movie, [...]
Beginning in the mid-1850s, a London couple left exceptional manuscript records of their taste and leisure, particularly how their social lives were enmeshed with liberal causes. The manuscript diaries of Frederick and Amelia Chesson reveal how this couple were at the center of mid-Victorian global politics, however not in the ways usually known to history. [...]