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Roosevelt University undergraduates Nathan Lustig and Bailey Swinney are the winners of the 2013 Matthew Freeman Social Justice Award.
Academic degrees that are part of this new Dual Degree Program include economics, criminal justice, business, psychology and general studies.
"The Gage Gallery brings people together to discuss the major social issues of our day...I think when people come together in the same room, interactions occur that can be enlightening and educational. I’m not sure the web can do that in the same way."
Michael Ensdorf, Professor Photography and Gage Gallery Founder/Director
Information sessions for anyone interested in doctoral studies in Europe to be upcoming at Roosevelt University.
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.
Bethany Barratt believes Harry Potter's world is similar to our own in that it is is built on a failing political system based on divisiveness and fear. Her new book, The Politics of Harry Potter, takes a look at the many political themes at work in J.K. Rowling's best-selling series.
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.
Clarissa Nickerson recently graduated with a bachelor's degree from Roosevelt University in Chicago, will soon start a master's program in legal studies and plans to be a lawyer by the time she turns 30.
Judge who presided over Clarissa Nickerson's child-welfare case to write letter of recommendation for new graduate to go to law school.
A lifelong resident of Chicago’s Roseland community and a Roosevelt alumna with a 2002 Master’s degree in Training and Development from CPS, Guy, 56, also is one of the University’s unsung heroes— a heart-transplant survivor whose second chance at life has renewed her purpose in helping others achieve their best.
How alumnus E. Van Vlahakis turned his love for the environment into a multi-million-dollar business.
More than two years after re-establishing its athletic program, Roosevelt University finally has a facility to call home.
The school officially opened the Lillian and Larry Goodman Center on Saturday at the corner of Wabash Avenue and Congress Parkway. It's a 28,000-square-foot building that will host men's and women's basketball, volleyball and, eventually, various undergraduate intramural sports.
Roosevelt University’s College of Pharmacy was one of 15 colleges in the country to receive a grant from the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Foundation to support community health fairs during the month of September.
A panel of experts will weigh in on the topic and then lead a discussion with attendees on Thursday, Sept. 27. This is the 13th season of Roosevelt University’s Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate.
Donors recognized in new Wabash Building.
Approximately 900 youths and 200 prospective teachers in Roosevelt’s College of Education have participated in the clinic that today is a model for literary programs throughout the region.
As Roosevelt celebrates the completion of its new 32-story Wabash Building that will catapult the University into the future, the architects, engineers and contractors who designed and constructed the vertical campus said it took unusual planning and coordination to make it all happen.
Although he’s been at Roosevelt University for 30 years, Tom Flynn is hardly known to students and Roosevelt’s faculty and staff rarely see him. And that’s just the way he likes it.
Tammy Oberg De La Garza and two of her Roosevelt colleagues, Alyson Lavigne and Amy Roberts, have a theory for what may work to create classrooms that support Latino children’s success in school.
The research grant awarded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to Assistant Professor Sergiy Rosokha is the first time Roosevelt University has received a scientific grant from the NSF.
Roosevelt courses take students outside the classroom for hands-on experiences that teach powerful lessons while enacting social change.