An anonymous $1 million contribution will expand Roosevelt University’s women’s leadership initiatives — developing additional career-oriented opportunities for women-identifying students and community members.
Roosevelt University is taking the first steps in applying for National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II membership, announcing it has been approved for provisional membership by the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC), an active NCAA Division II league.
On June 23, Roosevelt University officially recognized the retirement of three life-trustees at its annual Board of Trustees Dinner. The event was co-hosted by board chair Maurice Smith — a 1995 Roosevelt University alumnus, and president and CEO of Health Care Service Corporation — and University president Ali Malekzadeh at the Fairmont Chicago.
The 37-year-old Brown, a McDonald's All-American and Illinois Mr. Basketball at Proviso East High School and one of the most accomplished and popular athletes in University of Illinois history, brings two decades of collegiate and professional basketball playing and coaching experience after most recently serving as an assistant men's basketball coach for the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) since 2017.
It’s the end of the world as we know it in Roosevelt University’s Dystopian Literature and Film course. In Professor Mick McMahon’s classroom, students learn about government control, environmental destruction and loss of identity — themes that feel all too relevant in 2022.
Roosevelt University finance honors students upgraded their resumes and all became certified Financial Modeling and Valuation Analysts (FMVA). On top of their bachelor’s degrees, the certificate will prove their skills and help attract recruiters.
Professors, students and friends filled the candlelit Fainman Lounge to celebrate the life of Professor Carol Brown. The interactive Perfect Love memorial honored Dr. Brown’s warm, compassionate spirit and her most closely held causes.