To close out the conference, a group of Roosevelt University students reflected on their work as activists and organizers against racial injustice.
Roosevelt University was one of the first fully integrated colleges in the United States, one of the first with an integrated faculty and Board of Trustees, and one of the first to promote social justice and human rights as core missions.
Meet five alumni who have dedicated their careers — in the classroom, on the basketball court, and at the concert hall — to serving others.
Innovation is a term as overused as multitasking or empowerment. Yet at its basic form, it means taking an idea and translating it into a form that creates value.
Only months before the Nazi invasion, John Kafka escaped from France and arrived in Chicago. The YMCA College alum remembers his time as a student in a “strange world.”
It is easy to imagine that the inclusivity and diversity embraced by Roosevelt University at its founding are now the ethical norm throughout the land. Sadly, that is not the case.
Student, faculty and staff accomplishments in the College of Education.
Student, faculty and staff accomplishments in the Chicago College of Performing Arts.
Student, faculty and staff accomplishments in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Thank you to the trustees, alumni, faculty, staff and organizations who generously supported Roosevelt in fiscal year 2019.
Sharing Notes has brought 500 performances to more than 28,000 hospital patients across Chicago.
Victor Dickson leads the Safer Foundation, one of the nation’s largest social-impact nonprofits for people with conviction records.
Samantha Latson and 12 other Roosevelt journalism students traveled to Washington, D.C. to cover a national gun violence protest.