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Northwestern professor David Greene at the 25th franklin and eleanor roosevelt lecture

University Hosts 25th Roosevelt Distinguished Lecture

Northwestern history professor Daniel Greene, curator of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum exhibit "Americans and the Holocaust," discussed the Roosevelts and their response to one of the world's worst atrocities.

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Martire appointed to Governor-elect Pritzker's finance committee

Ralph Martire

Roosevelt's Arthur Rubloff Endowed Professor of Public Policy Ralph Martire was appointed to the Governor-elect's Budget and Innovation Committee.

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The Earlier, the Better: Fill out your FAFSA!

fill out your fafsa--the earlier the better!

Applying for financial aid can be complicated, but don’t worry — the Office of Financial Aid Services is here to help!

College of Business Revamps Trading Room, Earns Illinois’ First Bloomberg Designation

HCB Trading room reopening event

Roosevelt University’s Heller College of Business continues to assert itself as a premier destination for students seeking academic excellence and leading professional resources. On Oct. 22, Roosevelt proudly relaunched its state-of-the-art Financial Trading Room on the 12th floor of the Wabash Building,

Watch now: American Dream Reconsidered 2018

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Missed the 2018 American Dream Reconsidered Conference? Don't miss out on this — videos from our panels are live! 

Richard Marriott Talks Life, Career Advice to Hospitality Students

Dick Marriott talks to hospitality students

Big things have small beginnings, and perhaps no individual’s career embodies this sentiment as aptly as that of Richard E. Marriott. In a room full of hospitality students and faculty, Marriott detailed the humble start to his career working in those shops, giving valuable career insights and wisdom throughout the talk.