Video calls have become a lifeline of connection for many through the isolation of the pandemic, including the at-risk youth in Lawrence Hall programs. As volunteer coordinator, Monique Davis (MS ’16) is rebuilding the ranks of the mentor program after a hiatus this spring.
Over the next five years, Roosevelt University will receive a $1.3 million Student Support Services STEM grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
In honor of her her academic achievements and her research on fair housing in Chicago, Roosevelt University senior Kaitlyn Greenholt has received the 2020 Student Laureate of the Lincoln Academy of Illinois.
Roosevelt University will launch a new College of Science, Health and Pharmacy (CSHP) to meet the surging demand for health care professionals. The college consolidates Roosevelt’s established programs in science and pre-health to create a central hub of research opportunities and student support services.
The documentary Fresh Tracks, executive produced by alumna Katie Leimkuehler and TFA Group, tells the true story of a World War II veteran and his influence on today’s Paralympic skiers. The film will screen at the Denver Film Festival and the Twin Cities Film Festival in October, during National Disability Employment Awareness Month.