Experiential Learning Survey

Faculty, if you have not taken the experiential learning questionnaire, please take a moment to fill it out at rooseveltuniversity.co1.qualtrics. Your knowledge is key as we consider what experiential education should look like at Roosevelt. If you have questions in regards to the survey please contact Nancy Michaels, director of experiential learning, at 312- 341-

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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

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Academic Internships and Service Learning Opportunities

We have a number of community partners with Academic Internship and Service Learning opportunities. Many of these partners are connected with our social justice mission, which is one of the reasons they want to partner with Roosevelt University. If you are working with students looking for academic internships or research experience, please reach out to me.

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50% Off Tickets to Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater!

Following its triumphant performances in Spain in 2016 and fiery 40th anniversary finale last fall, Ensemble Español returns to the Auditorium Theatre to open the 2017-18 “Made in Chicago” Dance Series. The company’s new program brilliantly blends flamenco, classical, contemporary, and traditional forms of dance, and features the piece Defalla, Fuera de la Caja (Defalla, Out

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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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8th Annual Math x-Position

The Department of Mathematics and Actuarial Science and Economics is sponsoring its 8th Annual Math x-Position on Friday, Dec. 1 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Wabash Building, 4th Floor. All members of the Roosevelt community are invited to attend the poster sessions, career panel, keynote address, and competitions celebrating the work of our

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Third Annual Frank Untermyer Teaching Award and Lecture

The St. Clair Drake Center for African and African-American Studies is hosting the 3rd Annual Frank Untermyer Teaching Award and Lecture on Monday, Oct. 16 at 12:30 p.m. in the Wabash Building, Room 418. Professor Jill Coleman, psychologist, is this year’s award winner. She will discuss “Is She a Nasty Woman or Just Assertive? How

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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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Roosevelt University Community Food, Hygiene, and Clothing Bank

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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