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Black and Latino Male Mentoring Program Presents; “Knowing Your Purpose”

Join the Black and Latino Male Mentoring Program for our first virtual event. We hope you join our in-depth conversation about “Knowing Your Purpose,”as we re-imagine purpose as a site for restorative and trans-formative justice with our guest speaker. Zoom Event: Registration Required Date: Thursday, September 24, 2020 Time: 6pm Registration is Required please use…

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Locker Clean-out Date Extended to August 5, 2020

Current Roosevelt University locker rentals will be extended through the summer semester 2020 at no additional cost!  Lockers must be emptied by August 5, 2020.  If lockers are not renewed or cleaned out by this date the lock will be changed and all items will be removed and discarded. For more information please visit https://www.roosevelt.edu/campuses/chicago/lockers…

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How to Choose On-Campus Housing

Join the Office of Residence Life for a step-by-step web tutorial on how to select your campus housing room for the upcoming 2020-21 academic year. Webinar Topics: Wabash Building room types Time slots and where to find your slot How room selection actually works   Monday, June 1 | 12 p.m. | Zoom Webinar Register Today…

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Deadline extended: Roosevelt Student Research Symposium submssions

Students! We’ve extended the deadline to share the results of your research & creative inquiry work with the Roosevelt community. Please submit presentations by April 23. Have you been conducting research, developing a performance studies project or your professional practice? Share your inquiry process with the Roosevelt community as a poster, oral or performance studies…

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Exploring Chicago: Spring Break in Chicago & on a Budget

With over 50 million yearly visitors, Chicago is one of the top 10 cities to visit in the United States. As Roosevelt students we’re lucky to be located in the center of the city! If you’re stuck in the city for spring break, I put together an itinerary to make sure your week is far…

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Who is ALAS?

The Association of Latin American Students (ALAS) mimics a family atmosphere whose desire is to learn and understand more about Latinx culture while empowering and supporting each other as students/individuals.   What Does ALAS do? ALAS promotes Latinx awareness and culture richness through social and educational activities in efforts of strengthening diversity within RU.  …

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Fat Tuesday with the Office of Student Progress

Stop by the Office of Student Progress to celebrate on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 from 12pm-2pm in WB 1M14 ( Office of the Registrar). Enjoy many New Orleans treats. Contact: dalexand@roosevelt.edu

Jobs for English Majors Career Panel

The Department of Humanities is hosting its annual Jobs for English Majors Career Panel and Discussion on Monday, March 16 from 4:30-6 p.m. at the Chicago Campus, Auditorium Building, 2nd floor Sullivan Lounge. The panel starts at 5 p.m. and features alumni from Roosevelt’s English program. Panelists will discuss their internships and diverse career paths….

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How to Submit Conference Proposals and Attend Professional Conferences

Are you planning to attend or present at the April 4 CAURS (Chicago Area Undergraduate Research) Conference at the Illinois Institute of Technology? Free registration and proposal submission closes on March 1 at www.caurs.com. Attend a free workshop on Wed. Feb. 26 at the Roosevelt Chicago Campus, AUD 614, from 5-6:30 p.m. to learn how…

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A Procrastinator’s Guide to a Successful Semester

According to American Psychological Association, 80-95 percent of students procrastinate when it comes to their academic studies. It’s a habit that if we can’t quit, we have to learn to deal with. Here are a few tips I’ve picked up through my college years that will hopefully help you: Look at Your Schedule: Take a…

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S.A.F.A.C. – Open positions

The Roosevelt Student Activity Fee Allocation Committee(S.A.F.A.C.) has the following open positions: Secretary General Member (2 open positions) REQUIREMENTS: 2.5+ GPA 2.0+ with a letter of recommendation from a current faculty member or academic advisor Currently enrolled (For the secretary position you must be degree seeking) Must be available to attend ALL MEETINGS: Every Friday from 10:30am…

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Economics Seminar Lecture – The Unfortunate Neglect of Max Weber

The Economics Program is hosting a seminar with Stefan Kovel, Professor of Economics at the Hamburg Institute for International Economics, Germany and Visiting Researcher at Duke University, on Wednesday, February 5 from 4:30-6 p.m. at the Chicago Campus, Wabash Building, room 418. Professor Kovel will discuss The Unfortunate Neglect of Max Weber. This event is…

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