Tomorrow! Deconstructing the Good vs. Bad Immigrant Narrative: State Sponsored Tactics

The Loundy Human Rights Project Distinguished Speaker Series is proud to announce its third fall series: Just Communities: Migration, Populism and Human Rights. We invite you Wednesdays afternoons in October and December for conversations about community, citizenship and the kind of city, state and country we want to live in. Join us tomorrow Oct. 18

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AAUP Event: Dr. Howard Bunsis, PhD in Accounting, Presents an Independent Review of RU’s Finances

AAUP invites you to join Dr. Howard Bunsis, PhD in Accounting, who will present an independent review of Roosevelt’s finances on Friday, Oct. 20 at 3 p.m. in AUD 309 and SCH 614. Dr. Bunsis previously presented a review of Roosevelt’s financial picture in 2012, which included assessments of the University’s debt, annual cash flow, categories of expenses

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Halloween Dessert Crawl

The Schaumburg Halloween Dessert Crawl will be on Tuesday, Oct. 31 from noon to 2 p.m. at various locations.  We will have contests for best costume, best food and best decorations.  Ballots can be picked up and dropped off at the kiosk in the front rotunda.  Travel to the various offices and then cast your

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“You’d be amazed how much assessment you can get done when you have no life whatsoever!” –Ernest Cline

Dear Faculty, Thank you for taking the Experiential Learning (EXL) Review survey. Your feedback was excellent and is helping us better understand how EXL is living  across the university, where there are opportunities to expand, and how together, we can take these high impact learning practices to scale.  We will be working on faculty professional development workshops

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Faculty Call for Student Nominations – 2018 Newman Civic Fellow

The nomination period is now open for the Newman Civic Fellowship, which recognizes community¬-committed students from Campus Compact member institutions. The Newman Civic Fellowship honors the late Frank Newman, one of Campus Compact’s founders and a tireless advocate for the civic engagement of higher education. In the spirit of Dr. Newman’s leadership, I am seeking

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Remembering the Holocaust: A conversation with Voices of the Generations Founder, Julie Kohner

Join us on Monday, Oct. 23 at 11 a.m. in Ganz Hall for Remembering the Holocaust: A Conversation with Voices of Generations Founder presented by Julie Kohner.  Julie is  the daughter of two Holocaust survivors and founder of Voices of the Generations who will share the experiences of her mother, Hanna, who survived four concentration camps.

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American Dream Conference panels are available on YouTube.

Below are links to the American Dream Reconsidered Conference panels. A Conversation with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: https://youtu.be/UJPsAxbQes0 Coming to America Immigration in a New World: A Conversation with Maria Blanco and Aziz Huq A Conversation About Healthcare in America with James L. Madara, Maurice Smith, and Eric Zimmerman The Jack Miller Center Conversation on the

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Phish Bits

E-mail attachments: A cybercriminal’s #1 choice for spreading malicious software. Do not open unexpected attachments. Hover to discover: Mouse over links in e-mail to reveal their true URL. Avoid getting phished—no hook for you! Trust your instincts: Does that e-mail feel off? It probably is. Contact the sender to confirm it’s legit. Is it urgent?

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Spring and Summer 2018 Class Schedule

Roosevelt University student registration for the upcoming Spring and Summer 2018 semesters is right around the corner.  The schedule will go live on Oct. 18 on the website at: roosevelt.edu/current-students/academics/important-dates.   Dave Juen, Assistant Registrar Address replies to: djuen@roosevelt.edu

Deconstructing the Good vs. Bad Immigrant Narrative: State Sponsored Tactics

We are proud to announce the third event in this Fall’s Loundy Human Rights Project Distinguished Speaker Series: Just Communities: Migration, Populism and Human Rights. Join us Wednesday afternoons in October and December for conversations about community, citizenship and the kind of city, state and country we want to live in. On Oct. 18 from 4 p.m.

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