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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.
Collaborating on projects, holding special events or simply hanging out will be easy for students at the Wabash building where some of the amenities include multiple meeting spaces, a recreation center, TV lounge, a student ticket sales booth and a 300-seat dining center.
Panel Discussion: What is the future of graduate business education?
Time: April 11, 2012. Lunch from 11:30 AM to 12:15 PM, followed by the panel discussion from 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
Location: Roosevelt University, Gage Building, 18 S. Michigan Avenue, 4th Floor Commons
A delegation of 26 MBA students from Roosevelt University closed the European trading day in Paris on March 15, 2012. They went to France during spring break to learn about the business environment there and also to learn about the difference between doing business in Europe and the U.S.
CNN interviews Associate Professor Jeff Edwards and his graduate student Ameshia Cross on a new political science course being offered this spring on social movements - specifically the Occupy Movement.
Voice professors David Holloway, Richard Stilwell, Michael Best and Judith Haddon are known as the MET Quartet at Roosevelt University.
Watch political science professor David Faris on CrossTalk discussing conditions in Egypt, one year after the mass protests that resulted in the ouster of president Hosni Mubarak and his regime after 29 years in power. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1V1quHptq0
MFA in Creative Writing students Tovah Burstein and Timothy Moore take top honors in Chicago Reader's annual fiction contest.
Emily Weiss, a 2009 graduate of Roosevelt’s master’s program in secondary education, has won the 2011 PBS (Public Broadcasting System) Teacher of Merit Award.
Alumna Amy Beth Kirsten received a coveted Guggenheim Fellowship to compose music for the Grammy-winning group eighth blackbird
Undergraduate psychology major Ruby Nava is a survivor of domestic violence and Schaumburg campus provost Douglas Knerr is a believer in community engagement
Making sure kids aren't forgotten while their moms are in prison:Inspired by an ex-inmate's story, Roosevelt University students buy Christmas gifts in the names of mothers who are doing time.
The first class of students in Roosevelt University’s new College of Pharmacy embodies the spirit that has always defined Roosevelt University.
More than 200 people attended a groundbreaking in July for the Lillian and Larry Goodman Center, the two-story field house that will be the home of Roosevelt’s athletics program and its intramural and recreational activities.
Regina Buccola, a Roosevelt University associate professor of English and scholar in residence at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, is co-editing a book of essays about the theater’s first 25 years.
Photo by Daily Herald/Daily Herald Staff Photographer Bob Chwedyk
Mike Ensdorf, professor of communications at Roosevelt University, unpacks an exhibit of photos of wrongfully convicted Americans called “The Innocents: Headshots,” that will be on display beginning today (Nov. 14) through January 13 at the college’s Schaumburg campus.
A unique new program offered by the College of Education offers pointers to teachers, youth counselors and others on best techniques for de-escalating conflict.
Concert is precursor to Nov. 9 Ganz Hall recital being broadcast live on WFMT-radio.
Event is part of Schaumburg Campus community outreach and Roosevelt University partnership with Northwest Suburban Alliance on Domestic Violence.
Raising awareness in community about this important issue is key.
In an interview with Roosevelt Review Editor Tom Karow, Schaumburg Campus Provost Douglas Knerr describes his plans for the Campus and explains how it must always be an integral part of the northwest suburban community.
Students, faculty and staff join with community partner to raise awareness on an issue affecting suburban families.
Comments come as Chicagoans ramp up activism.
Ayodeji Ogunniyi's personal story to be kept in Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
Roosevelt University is planning to build a new athletic field house on the corner of Congress Parkway and Wabash Avenue in the South Loop, the school announced last month.
In the early days of Roosevelt University, one of the most popular places to be was Professor St. Clair Drake’s classroom.
Alumnus Shin Thompson, who has created one of the most tantalizing and acclaimed restaurants in Chicago, Bonsoirée, says that Roosevelt prepared him and fellow alumnus Dozzy Ibekwe well for the real world of hospitality.
Recent Roosevelt University graduates and now engaged, Keisha Worthington (BA, ’10) and Rodrigo Martinez (BS, ’10) understand what it means to persevere. Worthington, a cancer survivor who has been battling a disease called “graft vs. host” after a bone marrow transplant, and Martinez, a U.S. marine sergeant who did three tours of duty in Iraq before returning home to start his life anew, became inseparable while at Roosevelt University.
Roosevelt University professor John McDonald takes a look at banking regulation during and after the Glass-Steagall Act and questions Fed governor Thomas Hoenig's call for its re-implementation
Initiative made possible with support from Motorola Solutions Foundation.
You cannot hope to bribe or twist (thank God!) the British journalist. But, seeing what the man will do unbribed, there's no occasion to." — Humbert Wolfe
Roosevelt's inaugural pharmacy class is made up of students from 15 states, and seven other countries.
Diane Cluxton is turning to higher education for something it’s no longer as known for as it once was — the promise of employment and a good salary upon graduation.
Two of Chicago’s hallmark institutions – Roosevelt University and The John Marshall Law School – long have been known for providing affordable and accessible educational opportunities for all who are qualified.
Rallies across the U.S. mark 40th anniversary since war on drugs began.
TV appearances set for Sunday, June 12 and beyond.
Grant provides funding for Social Justice High School students.
Marjorie Jolles, assistant professor of women's and gender studies, credits Oprah with mainstreaming female empowerment.
Sallye McKee is appointed Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Services