It's been another great week at Northeastern!
Check out the Chicago premiere of this movie followed by a conversation with the director! The movie screens on the Main Campus on Sunday and Monday.
What a week!
Due to the weather forecast, all Northeastern Illinois University locations will be closed on Friday, February 9. The University will remain open for classes and events tonight, February 8, though the NEIU Shuttle will suspend service at 6 p.m.
2018 is now the Year of the Scholarships!
“I could not think of a better way for Northeastern to celebrate its sesquicentennial than to come together to meet and exceed the expectations for this importa...nt and impactful cause. The contributions from the campaign’s generous donors will transform lives for years to come.” -Interim President Richard Helldobler
Talk about a smart business choice ...
Northeastern students graduate with the fourth-smallest debt load among colleges and universities in the Midwest, according to a new LendEDU report.
Be bold. Be known. It's your time to shine at Northeastern Illinois University.
Check out our new TV ad! It will debut in the Chicago market during the Super Bowl Pre-Game Show on Sunday between 3-4 p.m. and again during the NBC Chicago Late News following the game. Tune in!
Congratulations to the College of Business and Management students who participated in the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society induction ceremony on Jan. 18! Only the top 10 percent of juniors, seniors and graduate students in all academic fields are eligible to join the prestigious honor society. Alpha Chi, which is active at more than 300 colleges and universities nationally, is recognized for its commitment to student research and creativity.
Northeastern Illinois University and the Mossadegh Initiative present the premiere of this feature documentary and directorial debut by Bobak Kalhor.
Admission is free but registration is encouraged:
On January 16,1979, the Shah of Iran Mohamad Reza Pahlavi, left the royal palace, the Peacock Throne and his beloved country Iran for the last time, commencing what became a 19-month odyssey into exile. He wandered hopelessly from Egypt to Morocco, Bahamas, Mexico, the U.S, then Panama and back again to Egypt where he died furtively at the age of 60. His death had profound consequences for the future of the Middle East and the world, yet the untold medical story of the last King of Iran has to date remained a puzzling mystery. By unraveling the secrecy surrounding this critical period of history, beginning from the onset of the Shah’s illness, to the diagnosis/misdiagnosis and maltreatment, “A Dying King” exposes the main causes of the Iranian Revolution, the pursuant 444-day hostage crisis and the adversarial relations between the U.S and Iran.
Learn more about the Mossdegh Initiative:
This week's edition features a Business faculty member on CNBC, alumni in the Chicago Tribune and much more!
We are proud to see two of our alumni featured in this project.
Hundreds of DACA recipients have attended Northeastern over the years. Five of them tell their stories in this moving Chicago Tribune project. We are so proud o...f current students Yadira Alonso (Biology and Linguistics) and Daniel Hernandez (Computer Science), and alumni Alicia Mendoza (B.A. '16 Marketing; M.B.A. '17 Business Administration), Yesenia Pecheco (B.S. '16 Accounting) and Diana Perez (B.A. '13 Communication, Media and Theatre).
CNBC invited Northeastern Instructor Brian Langenberg onto Squawk on the Street earlier today to talk about the problems at General Electric Co. (If you look carefully, you'll notice that Langenberg donned a Northeastern lapel pin for the interview!)