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.
Christina Dupee grew up attending the college graduations of her uncles and mother, which set the bar high for her own education. Several years and three graduate degrees later, Dupee is writing the dissertation for her doctorate in educational leadership.
In The Kids Are All Left: How Young Voters Will Unite America (Melville House), Roosevelt University professor David Faris offers what Kirkus Reviews calls a “convincing and rousing argument” for how young voters will shatter the partisan stalemate.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020! To celebrate this year’s Commencement, College of Arts and Sciences graduates shared their most memorable Roosevelt experiences, future plans, advice for incoming students and more.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020! To celebrate this year’s Commencement, Chicago College of Performing Arts graduates shared their most memorable Roosevelt experiences.