Students, faculty and staff are invited to stop by room 126 for some de-stressing with Comfort Dogs. Come by and connect with these specially trained K-9 Comfort Dogs as they are known for their calming influence. When: May 3, 2018 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Where: Schaumburg Room 126 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please bring your lunch and join us for complimentary coffee and cookies in the Literature and Languages departmental office suite on Tuesday, April 24 from 12:30-1:30 to celebrate the last week of classes. Have lunch with faculty and fellow students, and cookies and a cuppa on us. There is a water cooler to make tea as
This could be a great opportunity for student leaders and student organizations to volunteer and get a first-hand look at what their graduation experience will look like behind the scenes, as well as, an opportunity to support their peers during this joyous occasion. Friday, May 11, 2018. Ceremonies are at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
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The Mansfield Institute and the Illinois State Board of Education are offering a 1-day Special Education advocacy training. Participants will be given the knowledge and skills needed to begin advocating for youth with disabilities. Training will be held on Friday, April 20 from 9:30 AM -3:00PM Room: WB 1015 RSVP Heather Dalmage, Director of the Mansfield Institute,
RU Students March in the Arlington Heights 4th of July Parade and/or the Schaumburg Labor Day Parade! Parade entry line-up begins at 8:30 a.m. and generally the parade concludes around 1:00 p.m. Any questions or to participate in either parade contact Mary Szuch, email@example.com or 847-330-4530 by May 1. Mary Szuch, Student Services Support Specialist
On April 30 at 7PM, the Alphawood Foundation presents world-famous artist and dissident Ai Weiwei in conversation with Melissa Chiu, Director of the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, at the Auditorium Theatre. A Conversation with Ai Weiwei is being presented in conjunction with the exhibition opening of the Artist’s monumental work, Trace, which explores
The campus sustainability research teams of ACP/SUST 250 need your data! Please take 10 quick minutes this week to fill out these two short surveys, which will aid their research on the sustainability of our curriculum and transportation systems. Check out the Green Campus blog for details: https://wordpress.com/post/rooseveltgreencampus.wordpress.com/907 Thank you for your time and participation.
All members of the Roosevelt community and the public are invited to see and discuss the film Sustainable: A Documentary on the Local Food Movement in America, hosted by the Sustainability Studies Program @RooseveltU in honor of #RUEarth Month2018. Features a panel discussion with professors Jeannine Love (POS) and Vicky McKinley (BIOL), with Graham Pickren (SUST)
We know that the end of the semester can be rough, so join us for some much needed rest and relaxation. We’ll be hosting the therapy dogs, and other fun activities that will give you a chance to engage in some much needed self-care. Go into your last exams, graduation, and life after graduation with