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New books by Roosevelt University faculty members have hit the stands on topics ranging from psychological testing to politics and from fashion to science fiction.
While spring is finally here, students in Roosevelt University’s College of Pharmacy won’t forget the passing flu season anytime soon.
Taking the helm as the first university historian in July, Lynn Weiner will be writing a book about Roosevelt’s first 50 years.
Lynn Weiner’s 12-year term as dean of Arts and Sciences is coming to an end, but her impact on the college will live on for years.
Why read literature? With print culture losing market share and new media emerging daily, publishers, booksellers, and even English professors field more and more questions about literature's utility.
Imagine a cafeteria where all uneaten food and its associated containers, utensils, cups and napkins are composted and used to grow new food. It is a place where nothing is wasted and everything has a purpose. Welcome to Roosevelt’s new dining center.
Convinced its beauty and sound can resonate beyond auditoriums and concert halls, the 2012 graduate of Chicago College of Performing Arts (CCPA) is using the instrument to reach people confronting serious illness.
When Earth Friendly Products CEO E. Van Vlahakis first met Roosevelt University graduate Marie Abandja at the company's Addison, Ill., headquarters last spring, he greeted her warmly with these words: "You're special."
At the time, Abandja had just been hired by Earth Friendly Products as a chemist, having completed a successful internship doing product quality control, testing and research and development at the company's suburban Chicago manufacturing plant.
Since opening in May, the Wabash Building has received high praise for its unique undulating blue-green exterior and complementary mixture of space for student housing, academics and student life activities. The Chicago Tribune called it “Chicago’s latest innovation in skyscraper design” and a “sizzling” addition to the city’s skyline.