Four new Roosevelt University graduates who recently participated in the prestigious Al Golin Fellowship program have been placed in paid internships with Chicago area companies.
Roosevelt alumna Jennifer Turner (MPA ’12) was recently named the next President and Chief Executive Officer of the nonprofit Tennessee Performing Arts Center after a competitive national search. Turner assumed her new role this month. In an article in The Tennessee Journal announcing her appointment, Tracy Kane, Tennessee Performing Arts Center Board Chair, said “[Jennifer’s] experience and expertise, as well as her vision for TPAC, makes her the ideal candidate for our new President and CEO.”
On April 25th, 80 first-year AP Human Geography students from McHenry East and West High Schools boarded buses early in the morning to make their way to Roosevelt University’s Chicago Campus for an annual visit. For the past five years, this visit has allowed students from the northwest suburb to learn more about the opportunities and benefits that a college education can provide, as well as giving students the chance to visit an urban university campus. The annual visit is the result of a contact between Roosevelt alumna Sandee Dwire (BA history, with honors, ’04 and MA history, ’11), who teaches social studies at the McHenry High Schools, and Roosevelt history Professor Chris Chulos, who had Sandee in several of his classes.
One of Chicagoland’s best-known TV anchors, Robert H. Jordan, Jr., will return on May 10 to the alma mater he graduated from more than 40 years ago to share wisdom and advice with graduating Roosevelt University students.
As reports of recalled medications and contaminated consumer products continue to mount, people worldwide are increasingly taking issue with outcomes that rely on “statistical significance” testing.