Northeastern Illinois University awards three Presidential Scholarships

Northeastern Illinois University has awarded three Chicago-area high school students with its prestigious Presidential Scholarship.

Valued at more than $50,000 during the course of four academic years, the Presidential Scholarship covers full in-state tuition and fees, and provides a book allowance.

Noteworthy at Northeastern: Welcome, President Gibson!

Northeastern Illinois University’s new president has arrived! Dr. Gloria J. Gibson is now at the helm. Read about our new leader, a prestigious faculty fellowship and a grant that will foster a student exchange with Colombian universities in the summer’s first edition of Noteworthy at Northeastern.

Finding a home at Northeastern

Northeastern Illinois University’s new president may have grown up downstate, but Gloria J. Gibson is at home here. For Gibson, home is not about location as much as it is the people and the students the institution serves.

Business for the people

Money is important to Steve Deeloo. Really important. It’s a value the Northeastern Illinois University senior developed growing up with his family in Iraq with little to get by. And then living for nine years together as refugees in Jordan.

For Deeloo, money isn’t about being rich—it’s about freedom and survival.

Now on the verge of becoming the first member of his family to earn a college degree, Deeloo is proud of what his education can do for his family and his community.

Ensemble Español to honor Jose Greco in 42nd annual American Spanish Dance & Music Festival

Ensemble Español’s popular live dance and music performances return to the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts with Flamenco Passion: A Tribute to Jose Greco’s 100th Anniversary from June 15-17. These performances are part of the company’s 2018 American Spanish Dance & Music Festival, exploring the theme Jose Greco: An American Immigrant in Spain.

A special education for a special educator

Victoria Valentine always knew she wanted to be a teacher, but it wasn’t until she volunteered at a summer camp during sixth grade that she realized she wanted to pursue special education.

During the camp, Valentine was assigned to work with a young autistic boy and began to see the world from his perspective.

Noteworthy at Northeastern: Congratulations, graduates!

Congratulations to Northeastern Illinois University’s Class of 2018! We’ve got photos, stories and videos from Commencement, plus news on two state book awards and the season’s final Jewel Box Series concert in this week’s edition of Noteworthy at Northeastern.

First Master of Social Work students graduate from Northeastern Illinois University

Northeastern Illinois University experienced something new during Commencement on May 7: The first cohort of students from the Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) Program crossed the stage.

Taking the Initiative

Mateo Farzaneh first heard of Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh as a child growing up in Iran in the 1970s. While he realized then that the name was important, Farzaneh could not have known that more than four decades later he would become intimately involved in an effort to memorialize and honor Iran’s first democratically elected prime minister.


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