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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Mock-Interviews available with Ellen Rodgers

Mock-Interviewing is a pre-interview booster, an opportunity to practice interview skills, and to receive constructive feedback in a non-threatening, supportive environment. Students and alumni are invited to schedule a mock interview with Ellen Rodgers, a retired HR professional with over 25 years of experience, on Tuesday, February 19th at the Schaumburg campus. Appointments are limited.

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How to Land an Internship

Want to learn more about how to find an internship? Join us for this workshop to learn: •Benefits of an internship •Types of internships available •Tips on how to find and when to apply for internships When: Thursday, March 7th 4 pm – 5 pm Where: Schaumburg Room 624 Please register at: Contact:

RU Green Waste Meeting

Have you ever been confused in Wabash’s Cafeteria on how to properly dispose of your waste? We’re with you! Come to this week’s RU Green meeting on Wednesday, February 20th at 5pm in AUD 526 and learn how to live more sustainably in your life, and help Roosevelt live up to our social justice mission.

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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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Black History Month-Chicago’s Map Society

The celebration of the publication of Emily Talen’s book Neighborhood. Through the exploration of cross-cultural and cross-temporal commonalities of the ways in which neighborhood articulation exposes conflicting purposes, and the varying levels of realization of neighborhood design, this book assesses the historical record and current relevance of neighborhood. Date:02/21/19 Time: 5:30-7pm Location: Newberry Library(Community Event:

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