After a brief summer hiatus, Roosevelt University’s And Justice for All podcast returns for a timely conversation with Dean Bonnie Gunzenhauser about the value of a liberal arts education. Bonnie is an English literature professor and the dean of Roosevelt’s College of Arts & Sciences, which aims to create socially conscious citizens who are leaders […]
Dear Roosevelt Community, As you know, we recently shared with you that we had learned about allegations asserted against a faculty member in our Chicago College of Performing Arts. We immediately started an investigation that included conversations with numerous current and former students and faculty members. As I am sure you can appreciate, it takes […]
In Episode 3 of Roosevelt University’s podcast series, And Justice For All, Professor David Faris, PhD. sits down with President Ali to discuss the crucial role of young students and activists within the political landscape of the United States. David shares both his professional predictions for the 2020 election cycle, and his hopes for how […]
Episode 2 of Roosevelt University’s new podcast series, And Justice For All, features Alex Fruin, BMA ’19. Alex is a graduate of Roosevelt University’s Chicago College of Performing Arts and recently participated in the Obama Foundation Community Leadership Corps. In this episode, Alex and President Ali discuss his inspiration to study vocal music and how […]
This inaugural episode is all about beginnings. Specifically, our beginnings at Roosevelt University, with guest and faculty emeritus, Lynn Weiner. Here Lynn shares with us our powerful origin story, and the road Roosevelt has traveled for 75 years, to help give us a better grasp of where we are as a university, where we’re going, and why.
This op-ed was originally published on the Chicago Tribune website» Now that Illinois has a new governor and Chicago has elected a new mayor, the first order of business for our political leaders needs to be saving the state’s colleges and universities. In 2017, nearly half of Illinois high school graduates left the state to study […]