Requesting Student Volunteers for the 2019 Spring Career and Networking Fair

The 2019 Career and Networking Fair is swiftly approaching. This year the fair will be March 21st from 11am-2pm in the Goodman Center. This will be a great chance for our students to network, find internships and quite possibly, their dream jobs. Are you interested in volunteering to assist Career Development during the Fair? Below

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As a full/part time Roosevelt Student, you may be eligible for SNAP benefits!

A representative from the Illinois Hunger Coalition (IHC) will be on campus to meet with students to help determine eligibility for SNAP (Food stamps/Link Card) and other public benefits, and to also provide assistance with the application process onsite.  Stop by to see if you qualify. Sponsored by Multicultural Student Support Services, and the Homelessness

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Mansfield Social Justice Summer Scholarship – Apply by April 15

All Roosevelt students are eligible to apply by April 15 for Mansfield Social Justice Summer Scholarship. The scholarship will cover tuition for a three-credit hour social justice-related course in any discipline. Open to undergraduate and graduate students. The Anne and Albert Mansfield Social Justice Summer Scholarship was established in 1999 by a generous gift from

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2019 Health Fairs Next Week!! Meet Vendors and Enter to Win Prizes!

Roosevelt Community! Join us on Tuesday, March 19th (AUD) or Thursday, March 21st (SCH) for Roosevelt’s 2019 Health Fair. Meet partners in our community and enter the “Passport to Good Health” raffle for a chance to win prizes. Vendors include: Guardian Dental Aflac Japanese Cultural Center And more… Please click on the link for more information: http://rooseveltu.touchpointsonline.com/2019-health-fair.aspx Contact:

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Roosevelt University Exclusive Discounts with the Chicago Bulls!

Enjoy a legendary outing at a Chicago Bulls game with Roosevelt University students, faculty, family and friends. Share the excitement of Bulls basketball and the NBA’s leading entertainment experience as the team takes on the 76ers, Pistons, and Jazz.  Chicago Bulls vs. Philadelphia 76ers (United Airlines Neck Pillow) United Center, Wed., Mar. 6 at 7:00 p.m. Chicago Bulls vs. Detroit

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“Spotlight” Film Screening and Discussion on March 5

The Honors Program invites all students to a screening of the award-winning feature film “Spotlight” on Tuesday, March 5, 5-8pm, in WB 1400. The film tells the story of the Boston Globe‘s investigation into widespread sexual abuse in the Catholic church. Discussion following the film will be moderated by Professor Regina Buccola, Professor of English

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FOIA How-to: Obtaining information from Government Agencies

Workshop: Using the Freedom of Information Act– Obtaining information from Government Agencies February 18, 2019. 11:00 am. AUD 314 Professor Cusac, an investigative journalist and author of Cruel and Unusual: The Culture of Punishment in America (Yale University Press), will offer a workshop to students interested in learning how to obtain information from federal, state and local

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Presenting Student Research in Conference Settings Workshop

Curious, unsure, or nervous about presenting your research at a conference? The Office of Student Research will hold an information session on Presenting Student Research in Conference Settings with student representatives from the Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium (CAURS) Planning Committee.  The workshop will be held Friday, 2/22 at 1pm in the Learning Commons in the RU Library. Contact:

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An evening with Sybrina Fulton – (Mother of Trayvon Martin)

Join MSSS at this year’s annual African American Speaking Series event at St. Sabina.  Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, and social justice activist will be one of this year’s featured guest speakers. Ms. Fulton has dedicated her life to transforming her personal family tragedy over the loss of her son, into a social justice movement

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