Today! The Loundy Human RIghts Project: Planning for Environmental Justice: A Conversation with Kimberly Wasserman-Nieto

“Just By Nature: Environmental Justice on the Third Coast” is series of conversations about our social and natural environments, and how pursuing justice in each, fosters the other as well. Join us on Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Sullivan Room for a keynote event: “Planning for Environmental Justice.” This is a

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Volunteers Needed! RU Food and Toiletry

RU’s Homelessness and Food Insecurity Taskforce (HFI) established the Food and Toiletry Pantry, an initiative out of the Office of the Dean of Students, to assist our students who are insufficient in food, nutrition and shelter. We opened the pantry in November 2017 and since serviced over 100 students. In efforts to continue servicing students

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Reception Honoring Jimmy Dooley

Please join us Monday, Oct. 8 from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Wabash room 1315 for a reception celebrating the life of Jimmy Dooley. We will begin at 3:30 p.m. with a presentation of Jimmy’s Roosevelt University diploma to his parents. The reception will follow with light refreshments and music. Jimmy was an active

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Volunteer with WITS this Semester at Roosevelt

Are you interested in being a tutor or mentor to an elementary school student? Join WITS this semester! Roosevelt students and staff read with and mentor 4th & 5th-grade students during the school year. Students from Brownell visit Roosevelt on Tuesdays for an hour to get homework help, read books, and get to know a

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Tomorrow! The Loundy Human RIghts Project: Planning for Environmental Justice: A Conversation with Kimberly Wasserman-Nieto

“Just By Nature: Environmental Justice on the Third Coast” is series of conversations about our social and natural environments, and how pursuing justice in each, fosters the other as well. Join us on Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Sullivan Room for a keynote event: “Planning for Environmental Justice.” This is a

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Chicago Fed Economist Dr. Lisa Barrow to Speak on Race and Selective Schooling in Chicago

Dr. Lisa Barrow will give a seminar on “Evidence on Place-based Affirmative Action in Chicago’s Selective High Schools,” Thursday, Sept.27 , 4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. in AUD 306. Barrow is a senior economist and research advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and affiliated researcher at the University of Chicago Consortium on School Research.

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EAB Trainings

The Office of Academic Advising is excited to offer training for EAB Campus, a web-based tool to help coordinate, target and report on advising, tutoring, and other student success services. The system is being used to submit early alerts, schedule appointments and record notes on advising appointments. Come and find out how Campus can help

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This Week’s Free Music Conservatory Concerts

Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in Ganz Hall, Tower Brass of Chicago perform a faculty and guest artist recital featuring works by Rameau, Bach, Mendelssohn, Prokofiev and many others, arranged for brass ensemble. Thursday, Sept. 27, CCPA Brass Chamber Music Ensembles will be featured in Music@Grace, a rush hour concert series collaboration between Grace

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Volunteer with WITS this Semester at Roosevelt

Are you interested in being a tutor or mentor to an elementary school student? Join WITS this semester! Roosevelt students and staff read with and mentor 4th & 5th-grade students during the school year. Students from Brownell visit Roosevelt on Tuesdays for an hour to get homework help, read books, and get to know a

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