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Northeastern community raises money for DACA renewal assistance

吉祥棋牌游戏大厅免费下载The Northeastern Illinois University community has raised nearly $8,000 to assist undocumented students with the cost of renewing their status in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

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Northeastern’s MARC U-STAR program renewed for another 5 years

The National Institutes of Health MARC (Maximizing Access to Research Careers) Training Program, which launched at Northeastern Illinois University in 2014 with a five-year, $1.5 million grant, has been awarded another five-year, $1.5 million grant.

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Noteworthy at Northeastern: Education honors

Northeastern Illinois University’s Daniel L. Goodwin College of Education has had an exciting week! Read about this year’s Lincoln Laureate scholar, a state honor for a Counseling Education faculty member and a new dual-enrollment teaching program with a suburban high school. All that news and more appears in this week’s edition of Noteworthy at Northeastern.

Photo of Daniel L. Goodwin College of Education Dean Sandra Beyda-Lorie (right) and Instructor Bill Kondellas (left) pose with Ridgewood students Yilyanny Barreto-Rodriguez, David Berry, Julie Clark, Ivy Huynh and Abriela Karemanaj.

Northeastern partners with Ridgewood High School for dual-enrollment program

吉祥棋牌游戏大厅免费下载Northeastern Illinois University has welcomed five high school students this fall as part of a dual-enrollment program with Ridgewood High School (RHS) in Norridge, Ill.

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Physical Education major Miriam Varela named Lincoln Academy Student Laureate

吉祥棋牌游戏大厅免费下载Northeastern Illinois University has selected Physical Education (K-12) major Miriam Varela as its 2019 Lincoln Academy Student Laureate.

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Graphic Design student creates ‘Product Placement’ album cover

吉祥棋牌游戏大厅免费下载When English Instructor Larry O. Dean’s band, The Injured Parties, dropped a new album?in September, the achievement was made all the more special by a collaboration with a student from Northeastern Illinois University’s Graphic Design program.

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Noteworthy at Northeastern: SACNAS awards

吉祥棋牌游戏大厅免费下载Northeastern Illinois University students have a history of coming home from the SACNAS National Diversity in STEM Conference with awards, and this year was no different. Find out who earned honors, which faculty members were featured in the news media and more in this week’s Noteworthy at Northeastern.

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Noteworthy at Northeastern: A home for Dreamers

Northeastern Illinois University has graduated 10 scholars in TheDream.US program since beginning a partnership in 2015. This fall, 10 more have arrived. Read more about the program for undocumented students, newly published research from the Department of Biology, and a grant that will bring teachers into Computer Science classes as students. It’s all in this week’s edition of Noteworthy at Northeastern.

Photo of Elyse Bolterstein (center) with biology students Vada Becker and Derek Epiney at the Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Conference.

Northeastern researchers publish study on a new model for Werner syndrome

吉祥棋牌游戏大厅免费下载Northeastern Illinois University students and faculty members have published an article describing a new way to study Werner syndrome, a rare genetic disease characterized by the early onset of aging, increased risk of cancer and other age-related conditions such as diabetes.

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Northeastern partners with Waukegan School District on Computer Science grant

Northeastern Illinois University will serve as a partner on a five-year, $3.5 million Education Innovation and Research grant that the United States Department of Education has awarded to boost student interest, motivation and access to STEM opportunities in Waukegan Community Unit School District #60.