College of Arts and Sciences

Gage Gallery Reopens with Steve Schapiro’s Civil Rights-Era Photography


The reopening of the Gage Gallery at Roosevelt University features never-before-seen photographs from the civil rights era by acclaimed photographer Steve Schapiro. The exhibition will run from October 11 – December 22, 2018.
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Gage Gallery Reopens with Steve Schapiro’s Civil Rights-Era Photography


The reopening of the Gage Gallery at Roosevelt University features never-before-seen photographs from the civil rights era by acclaimed photographer Steve Schapiro. The exhibition will run from October 11 – December 22, 2018.
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Integrated Marketing Communications Students Win GfK NextGen Competition


For the first time, Roosevelt fielded a team of undergraduate students to compete in the 2018 GfK Next Generation (“NextGen”) Competition, in its 7th year running. The hands-on market research experience gives student researchers the chance to test their marketing and research knowledge, while learning from industry professionals.
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Howard Hughes Medical Institute Awards Roosevelt $1 Million Grant


Roosevelt was selected as one of 33 colleges and universities to participate in HHMI’s Inclusive Excellence Initiative, which aims to catalyze schools’ efforts to engage all students in science — regardless of background.
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Howard Hughes Medical Institute Awards Roosevelt $1 Million Grant


Roosevelt was selected as one of 33 colleges and universities to participate in HHMI’s Inclusive Excellence Initiative, which aims to catalyze schools’ efforts to engage all students in science — regardless of background.
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Five Faculty Members Awarded for Excellence in Teaching, Research and Service


Premiering during the 2017–18 academic year, the Roosevelt University Teaching Awards sought to honor deserving faculty members in three different categories: Innovative Course Design, Research, and Service.
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Roosevelt Students Honored at McNair Scholar Conference


The Department of Education-funded McNair Scholars Program made its inaugural cohort debut at Roosevelt in January 2018. Along with other federally funded TRIO programs, the McNair Scholars Program focuses on providing students from disadvantaged backgrounds the ability to transition into further higher educational pursuits.
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Roosevelt Students Honored at McNair Scholar Conference


The Department of Education-funded McNair Scholars Program made its inaugural cohort debut at Roosevelt in January 2018. Along with other federally funded TRIO programs, the McNair Scholars Program focuses on providing students from disadvantaged backgrounds the ability to transition into further higher educational pursuits.
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Black Male Leadership Academy Welcomes Back First Attendees, New Members


Now in its fourth year, the St. Clair Drake Center’s Black Male Leadership Academy welcomed back some first attendees of their program as first-time mentors.
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Ralph Martire Appointed Arthur Rubloff Endowed Professorship of Public Policy


Martire has served as executive director of the Center for Tax and Budget Accountability since 1999 and has a proven track record with a research-based, strategic approach to sustainable, systemic, policy-driven reforms.
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Ralph Martire Appointed Arthur Rubloff Endowed Professorship of Public Policy


Martire has served as executive director of the Center for Tax and Budget Accountability since 1999 and has a proven track record with a research-based, strategic approach to sustainable, systemic, policy-driven reforms.
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Meng Yu Appointed to Robert Miner Endowed Chair in Computer Science


In his new role, Yu will lead Roosevelt’s Department of Computer Science, Information Technology and Data Science. Degree programs offered in the department include bachelor’s and master’s programs in computer science, along with bachelor’s programs in data analytics, information technology, and cyber and information security.
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American Dream Conference Reconsidered 2018

The third annual American Dream Reconsidered Conference was held Sept. 10–14, 2018, headlined by keynote addresses from Eric Holder, the 82nd Attorney General of the United States, and hip-hop artist and actor, Common.

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