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Roosevelt receives $1.4 million to train teachers in math and science

Roosevelt University has received a significant National Science Foundation grant that will pave the way for scholarships starting in the fall for students interested in teaching math and science in high-need schools.

The $1.4 million grant, including $800,000 in scholarships, will make it possible for Roosevelt, in partnership with the Chicago Public Schools, Oakton Community College and The Field Museum, to prepare undergraduate and graduate students for classrooms in schools where t...

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7/6/2017

In response to the ongoing Illinois state budget stalemate, Roosevelt University is taking steps to assure that students who are eligible for Monetary Award Program (MAP) grants will receive their awards for the fall 2017 semester.

Jim Radous
6/30/2017

Like many hard-working Roosevelt University students, James J. Radous, III was a full-time employed student who completed an MBA that put him on track for success as a leading Illinois businessman.

Matt Spahr
6/30/2017

Roosevelt University student Matthew Spahr changed his major five times before settling on Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC).

 

Contact the Office of Marketing and Public Relations

PR professionals at the University handle all media inquiries, including requests for interviews, speaking engagements and subject matter experts.

Laura Janota
Director of Public Relations
ljanota@roosevelt.edu
Chicago phone: (312) 341-3511  |  Cell phone: (312) 617-7843

Nicole Barron
AVP Marketing and Public Relations
nbarron03@roosevelt.edu
Phone: (312) 341-2114