Faculty Cap and Gown Ordering for Dec. 15 Commencement

Faculty members who wish to purchase a cap and/or gown for the Friday, Dec. 15 Commencement ceremony must contact the Bookstore. All orders must be received by Friday, Nov. 3, 2017. All orders will be available for pick-up at the Downtown Campus Bookstore, Wabash Building. Contact the Bookstore at 312-341-3592 or bookstore@roosevelt.edu and ask about

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Haunted Food Crawl – 2017

Please join us for this year’s Haunted Food Crawl in Chicago and Schaumburg. Crawls will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 30 at the Chicago Campus and from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 31 at the Schaumburg Campus. For information about the Chicago event, contact Steve Hoselton, shoselton@roosevelt.edu. To learn more

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Don’t Let a Phishing Scam Reel You In

Cybercriminals use phishing—a type of social engineering—to manipulate people into doing what they want. Social engineering is at the heart of all phishing attacks, especially those conducted via e-mail. Technology makes phishing easy. Setting up and operating a phishing attack is fast, inexpensive, and low risk: any cybercriminal with an e-mail address can launch one.

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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 at the Auditorium Theatre, 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

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Today: Sanctuary’s Legal and Political Context: The IL Trust Act and Chicago’s Welcoming City Ordinance

This fall’s Loundy Human Rights Project Distinguished Speaker Series is entitled 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. Our first event will be held today, Wednesday, Oct. 4 from

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Experiential Learning Course Attributes

Faculty, as we continue to organize and build Experiential Learning (EXL) university-wide, we now have course attributes for each Experiential Learning category. These will help to distinguish Experiential Learning courses as well as the five categories under the Experiential Learning umbrella. If you need information on the broad criteria for each category, please let me

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Professional Development Opportunities

Academic Technology Solutions and the Library offer faculty professional development workshops that can support the effective integration of technology in instruction as well as best practices in teaching. Workshops are offered at convenient times for faculty participation. You can join in person or via Zoom. Please register in advance.  For a full listing of workshop

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Midterm Grades

The deadline to submit midterm grades in RU Access for full-semester 16-week courses is Oct. 22.  Instructors teaching 100-level classes are required to submit midterm grades, but all instructors are welcome to submit them.  Information on how to submit midterm grades can be found here: roosevelt.edu/current-students/academics/midterm-grading.  Review the Important Dates page on the website to find deadlines

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