Ralph Martire, the Arthur Rubloff endowed professor of public policy at Roosevelt University, will speak at a series of free, virtual events on the Fair Tax amendment.
Roosevelt University professor Oluseye Onajole and eight biology graduates published a research letter in the highly regarded journal Chemical Biology and Drug Design. The article investigates a series of novel drug-like compounds that could be effective in tuberculosis treatments.
Public administration professor Jeannine Love joined the national Scholar Strike for Racial Justice with an online teach-in on "social justice audits."
Roosevelt University sociology professor Heather Dalmage concluded her term as president of the Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP) this summer. During her final address at the organization’s annual meeting, she urged the scholars to maintain hope in their work to transform their communities.
Last year, students in the Urban Environmental Justice course released monarch butterflies in Little Village’s La Villita Park — a peaceful, verdant space on top of a Superfund cleanup site. The neighborhood has become a nexus of surging COVID-19 cases and pollution that students will investigate this fall with Professor Bethany Barratt.