Milestone Years of Service Celebration 2017

It is time again for our Roosevelt University Employee Recognition Ceremony. Please join the Roosevelt Community in celebrating faculty and staff who have reached significant milestones in their years of service at Roosevelt University. This year, we will recognize individuals celebrating 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 great years of service. Please mark your

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One Book One Chicago: “I’ll Take You There: the Staple Singers and the Music that Shaped the Civil Rights Era”

Colleagues, I am reaching out to ask if you are teaching a course in the spring semester that could connect to some exciting programming being developed for the spring semester. This is in collaboration with the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs for its annual One Book One Chicago program. This year’s book is I’ll

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End the Silence on Domestic Violence

Please join us on Tuesday, Oct. 17 in Wabash Room 317 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. for an evening of discussion and activities centered around domestic/partner abuse, awareness and survivor empowerment. There will be a guest speaker, live art and music and an opportunity to explore resiliency through experiential art. October is Domestic Violence Awareness

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Roosevelt University Community Food, Hygiene and Clothing Drive

The Roosevelt University Community Food, Hygiene and Clothing Bank Task Force will begin collecting non-perishable food, hygiene items and lightly used winter clothing from the Schaumburg Community on Oct. 1 and will continue collecting throughout the academic year. To kick start our program for the 2017-18 academic year, there will be a non-perishable food, hygiene

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Tomorrow, The Joseph Loundy Human Rights Project Fall 2017 Distinguished Speaker Series on Migration, Populism and Human Rights

The Joseph Loundy Human Rights Project Fall 2017 Distinguished Speaker Series focuses on Migration, Populism and Human Rights, and will be held on Wednesday afternoons in October and December. Please join us for a talk about Protecting Liberties and Rights of Immigrant Communities with Colleen Connell, executive director of the ACLU of Illinois, on Wednesday,

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Working in the Schools Mentoring Opportunity and Orientation

Roosevelt University promotes its social justice mission by partnering with Working In The Schools (WITS), an after-school program that offers “one-on-one reading and mentoring.” This program takes place in the afternoon at Roosevelt. Once a week, WITS buses drop off a group of elementary school students at the University, where each student is paired with

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One Book One Chicago: “I’ll Take You There: the Staple Singers and the Music that Shaped the Civil Rights Era”

Colleagues, I am reaching out to ask if you are teaching a course in the spring semester that could connect to some exciting programming being developed for the spring semester. This is in collaboration with the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs for its annual One Book One Chicago program. This year’s book is I’ll

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