Jill Coleman, an associate professor of psychology and prolific researcher whose expertise is in stereotyping, prejudice and violence, is the winner of the University’s 2017 Frank Untermyer Teaching Award.
Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx and Cure Violence founder Gary Slutkin will discuss violence in Chicago and possible solutions during a panel discussion entitled “The Urban Crisis and Chicago’s Future: Violence and the Law.” The event is sponsored by Roosevelt University’s St. Clair Drake Center for African and African American Studies. NBC anchor/reporter Art Norman will moderate the discussion.
Colleen Connell, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois, will discuss Civil Liberties and the Trump administration during the first session of the Joseph Loundy Human Rights Project Distinguished Lecture Series on Migration, Populism and Human Rights.
Roosevelt University and the Roosevelt Adjunct Faculty Organization (RAFO) have signed a new three-year contract that paves the way for strong cooperation as the University continues on track with its Building A Stronger Roosevelt program.
Few can imagine what it is like to be stateless. Now a new photo exhibit “Nowhere People,” opening Thursday, Sept. 14 at Roosevelt University’s Gage Gallery, 18 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, tells the story.