College of Arts and Sciences

Students develop chemistry with recruiters at WOC STEM Conference


With the help of the University’s $1 million HHMI grant, 24 students built professional skills and connections at the weekend conference in Detroit.
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Students develop chemistry with recruiters at WOC STEM Conference


With the help of the University’s $1 million HHMI grant, 24 students built professional skills and connections at the weekend conference in Detroit.
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Roosevelt University plans integration with Robert Morris University Illinois


The joining of the two universities would build on their historic missions of diversity, inclusion and access to education for all.
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Student wins cyber security challenge


Alex Labontu was the second Roosevelt student to win the competition since the cyber security program launched in 2018.
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(Photo Credit: Rami Salahieh)

(Photo Credit: Rami Salahieh)

Student wins cyber security challenge


Alex Labontu was the second Roosevelt student to win the competition since the cyber security program launched in 2018.
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Economist reaches college classrooms with statistics and Guinness


An article by a Roosevelt University professor delves into the science that made Guinness beer successful.
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Students report live from gun-violence protest


On September 25, Roosevelt University journalism students reported live from Washington, D.C. as hundreds of Chicagoans rallied for gun safety legislation.
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Students report live from gun-violence protest


On September 25, Roosevelt University journalism students reported live from Washington, D.C. as hundreds of Chicagoans rallied for gun safety legislation.
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Honors student selected as 2019 Illinois Student Laureate


Janessa Garcia (BA Psychology, ’19) recently presented their research on sexual double standards at Baylor University.
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Sociology professor and alumna co-publish report on CPS student-based budgeting


The new report shows how the Chicago Public Schools funding system contributes to racial inequality.
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Sociology professor and alumna co-publish report on CPS student-based budgeting


The new report shows how the Chicago Public Schools funding system contributes to racial inequality.
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Math professor publishes book on Gaussian harmonic analysis


Dr. Wilfredo Urbina-Romero’s new text is a comprehensive resource for researchers and doctoral students.
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Mathematics faculty contribute to social justice–themed math text


Four Roosevelt faculty members co-wrote sections of a textbook that connects math problem sets to real-world social problems like the subprime mortgage crisis.
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Mathematics faculty contribute to social justice–themed math text


Four Roosevelt faculty members co-wrote sections of a textbook that connects math problem sets to real-world social problems like the subprime mortgage crisis.
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PsyD program accredited through 2029


The program was recognized for its practitioner-scholar model, which successfully trains graduates to practice health service psychology.
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Graduate students earn Illinois Board of Higher Education fellowships


Loryn Kimbrough and Rolonda Washington won a fellowship that supports underrepresented students seeking to become faculty and administrators in higher education.
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Graduate students earn Illinois Board of Higher Education fellowships


Loryn Kimbrough and Rolonda Washington won a fellowship that supports underrepresented students seeking to become faculty and administrators in higher education.
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(Photo Credit: Aleksandra Terlik)

Computer science alum named Illinois Librarian of the Year


As executive director of the Indian Trails Public Library, Brian Shepard improved community relations, established a summer lunch program and created a paid parental leave policy.
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At the fourth American Dream Conference, community leaders tackled questions about immigration, citizenship and American identity.

A Framework for Change

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