Have you ever wondered how to put together your own research or creative project?
Have you wanted to watch a long informational video to learn how? Nah. I’d rather watch some random funny web series instead.
What if we combined the two, a comic web series about undergraduate research?
That’s crazy talk!
The Block Museum is recruiting volunteers for a unique performance opportunity:
Work with performance artist and professor D. Soyini Madison on an original performance piece addressing issues around class, social justice, labor, and more. Actively engage in political art and experimental theater on campus and around Evanston and Chicago.
No theater or performance [...]
Join us for a free, delicious, home-cooked meal — courtesy of the Quest Scholars Network! We’ll be preparing a full dinner spread, and are excited to share it with everyone who can’t make it home for the holidays. There will also be opportunities to get involved with cooking — so look forward to that!
Successful students can use this grant to conduct research projects over Winter Break.
Do you have a project that needs some additional funds to be fully realized? The Academic Year Undergraduate Research Grants (URG) program funds independent projects, like senior thesis or independent study projects, up to $1,000 in research expenses (and more cash for [...]
Between May 2 and 4 2014 there will be a major international conference at Northwestern, called Critical Theory in Critical Times. Speakers will include many philosophers, political theorists, feminists, postcolonial theorists, and critical race theorists, whom undergraduates have studied over the years in a number of courses at Northwestern: most famously Jurgen Habermas. And in addition- Seyla Benhabib, Nancy Fraser, Tom [...]