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Northwestern commemorates Title IX anniversary

Fifty years ago today, Congress passed landmark legislation known as Title IX to prohibit sex discrimination in education and level the playing...

Search committee formed to find new dean of the School of Education and Social Policy

Northwestern University has announced the formation of a search committee to identify the next dean of the School of Education and Social Policy (SESP).

Northwestern partners with clean technology leader to reduce its carbon footprint

Five-year partnership will contribute to University’s carbon reduction goals, support paid internships, create a student sustainability fellowship program

Bienen School of Music launches ‘Black Composer Showcase’ series

The Bienen School of Music at Northwestern University has launched a new series of videos featuring performances of art songs and chamber...

Johnny Mercer Foundation Songwriters Project participants announced

The Johnny Mercer Foundation (JMF) and the American Music Theatre Project (AMTP) at Northwestern University will continue their partnership with the 16th annual Songwriters Project....

New brain-like computing device simulates human learning

Researchers have developed a brain-like computing device that is capable of learning by association.  Similar to how famed physiologist...

Five honored with University Teaching Awards

Five faculty members are being honored with the 2021 University Teaching Awards. The annual honor is given to professors who demonstrate excellence...

How does science work?

In his new book, Professor Dashun Wang, an award-winning scientist at the Kellogg School of Management, illuminates the “science of science,” an emerging...

Luke Figora named vice president for operations

Luke Figora has been named Northwestern University’s first vice president for operations, the University announced today. He will step into the position...

Envisioning a new model for campus safety and security

As an academic cardiologist, Dr. Clyde Yancy of the Feinberg School of Medicine has spent the past 25 years studying advanced heart...
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University of Illinois receives Charles Schwab grant to support women, money, power course

URBANA, Ill. – Schwab Advisor Services in partnership with the Charles Schwab Foundation has made a generous donation to the Women, Power,...

[Urbana] Climate Action Week 2022

August 22-28At Crystal Lake Park This week will be full of engaging opportunities to learn about climate change causes...

NPR: ‘How Fast Did T. rex Run?’ and other questions about dinosaurs examined in new book

What color were the dinosaurs? Watching the Jurassic Park movies, the answer seems clear: gray, brown or, at best, dull green.

Scientists identify key mechanism controlling skin regeneration

It’s sunburn season. Many of us have experienced the pain and peeling that comes from unprotected time in the sun, but we...