This fall, this activity will be an assignment in CRL 101, “Critical Literacy.” twenty-nine volunteers are still needed to match with my students. The goal of this activity is to encourage students to develop a positive attitude toward reading. What’s … More
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Career Services is facilitating “Pop-In” Workshops for students during the month of November in the Bailo Hall Conference Room. “Pop-ins” are an opportunity for students to develop professional skills in a group setting. We appreciate an RSVP on Handshake: The … More
Delta Epsilon Sigma, the National Honor Society for Catholic Colleges and Universities, will sponsor a panel presentation entitled: Can Mass Shootings Be Prevented ? The Panelists are Dr. Timothy Lauger, Criminal Justice Department Dr. Timothy Osberg, Psychology Department Special Agent … More
Open to all staff, faculty, alumni and students, as well as non-NU writers and artists. Please see attached flyer for submission details.
CAMPUS STORE SALE: 25% OFF Under Armour & Nike apparel Monday, November 4-Friday, November 8. *excludes clearance apparel
Congratulations to the Cornerstone Community Federal Credit Union’s weekly Social Media Amazon gift card winner, Kaleigh Block! Cornerstone Community FCU will be here again this Thursday, November 7 from 11-1 in the Gallagher Building. Be sure to visit the table, … More
Date: November 7, 2019| LLGC, MPR|1:00PM Presenter: Pete Hill| Native American Community Services of Erie & Niagara Counties (NACS) The Doctrine of Discovery-Unmasking the Domination Code explores historical truths and continuing legal challenges impacting Indigenous communities. Join Multicultural Affairs and … More
Thursday, November 7th from 11-12:30 in Lower Level Gallagher’s Multipurpose Room, we are fortunate to have China Martens for a talk on The Future Generation. This event, co-sponsored by the Women’s Studies Committee, will cover topics ranging from zines, childcare, single motherhood, … More
Community Health poster presentation addressing current health care concerns in our communities, November 15 from 9am-11am in Gallagher Hall. Students will be present to answer questions and discuss the research. Please stop by and join in our discussions!
All are invited to the third in a series of panel discussions exploring religious diversity titled “Walking a Common Path: Bridging Religious Difference in the Labyrinth.” Differences and similarities between pilgrimage in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam will be explored by … More
Please join us for a workshop on Teaching Diversity and Difference: Pedagogy and Practice When: Wednesday, November 13, 12:45-1:45 Where: Rathskeller in Clet Hall In this session, you will engage in conversations about race/racism, explore … More
Crossword Puzzle Students, Faculty, and Staff: Help the NU community finish the World’s Largest Crossword Puzzle before the end of the 2019-2020 School Year! 28,000 clues! You can find the puzzle and the clue book in the hallway, just outside … More
The Work of Hospital Ethics Committees: A Panel Discussion Date: November 7, 2019 Time: 12:40pm – 2:00pm Location: 351 Bisgrove Hall The Ostapenko Center for Ethics in Medicine and Healthcare will sponsor a panel discussion made of several members of … More
Tuesday, November 5th at 5 PM in Lower Level Gallagher’s Multipurpose Room, there will be a film screening and panel discussion of Denying Access: NoDAPL to NoNAPL. The film is a gripping and emotionally charged documentary, chronicling the Water Protectors at … More