Everything You Wanted to Know About Student Health Services and Northwestern University's Health Insurance Services at the Chicago Campus
CGSA and TGS presents: Part 2: Everything You Wanted to Know about Student Health Services and Northwestern University’s Health, Dental, and Eye Insurance for Graduate Students.
The Northwestern Toastmasters Club meets weekly on Fridays from 4:45 to 6 PM in Ford ITW (Room 1-340) to practice public speaking in a collegial environment.
#YouAreWelcomeHere started as a social media campaign designed to reassure international students, scholars, spouses, families that despite the election and change in government, you are welcome here and we truly value your presence on campus.
Winter and Spring schedule for DGP Lectures in Life Sciences (LLS), unless otherwise noted, the seminars will be at 3:30 PM in Baldwin Auditorium.
Graduate Sidekicks are peer mentors to incoming graduate international students.
Step Up is a program that focuses on equipping its audience on how to become an active bystander by facilitation of tools such as the 5 Steps of Bystander Intervention, the 4 D's (Distract, Delay, Delegate, Direct), and the See Model.
The International Office and Pritzker School of Law will bring together a panel of immigration and civil rights attorney’s for a discussion on the recent executive order banning travel.
The TGS Latin American association would like to invite all graduate students to their Winter Warmth Party.
CAPS, in collaboration with the Law School, will be screening the documentary The Illusionists.
Come support excellent local theater and see the longest running musical in the world on February 24.
The Lilac Tree is a nonprofit in Evanston, IL that specializes in providing resources to women experiencing divorce.
The inaugural meeting for the NU science advocacy group is February 14 at 2 PM.
On February 22, 5-8 PM, the inaugural NU Queer Coalition Event will be an interdisciplinary discussion panel followed by a reception.
Our February coffee hours are coming up and we’re excited to announce that the Evanston coffee hour will be held at the Engelhart Hall playroom.
The new photo-centered Block Museum of Art exhibit explores the visual representation of industrialization and the plight of the common laborer.
Come ask questions, discuss yours plans and talk to an IO staff member.
Evanston candidates for mayor will answer questions about issues that affect Northwestern students and the Evanston community, including affordable housing, construction, police conduct, and more.
Come refresh your wardrobe for free and enjoy pizza.
The TGS Family Resource Liaison cordially invites you to join the new Northwestern Graduate Students with Children group on Canvas.
The Health Service encourages students to take advantage of the new Patient Support Services program for students to access one-on-one guidance and support with their use of healthcare resources while attending Northwestern.
The Knight Lab is a vibrant community of people interested in media, technology, storytelling and design
The Long Nineteenth Century Colloquium presents a talk by Helena Michie (Rice University).
On February 24th and 25th, the Illinois Institute of Technology will host more than 75 undergraduate and graduate students from Illinois universities to leverage their technical skillsets to improve the lives of children and families within the foster care system.
Many in the Northwestern community have been impacted by the current political climate including recent immigration executive orders. CAPS remains committed to affirming value, inclusivity, and belonging of all students.
One Book is offering several exciting opportunities in February.
The Chinese Students and Scholars Assocaition (CSSA) invites you to attend the Chinese Lantern Festival Gala on February 11.
Come join GWAN for a meal at a restaurant in Evanston or Chicago hosted by a member of GWAN (Graduate Women Across Northwestern).
40 Days is a program designed for a similar experience for those of any or no faith tradition to set aside a marked time in their calendar for self-reflection, renewal, and ultimately, an awareness of their relation to others.
The Graduate Christian Fellowship (GCF) will be studying integration of faith and work during these upcoming months starting with their next Large Group next Saturday, February 4, from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM in the Graduate Student Commons.
Join fellow graduate students in Memphis, Tennessee to explore the food, music and culture of the American South while engaging in community service, social issues and sharing the value of volunteerism
On Friday, February 3, Maya Michele Fein will be giving a speech.
There is a new on-campus lactation room located on the 1st floor of the Women’s Center. Access to the lactation room is coordinated through the Office of Work/Life & Human Resources.
The Indian Graduate Students and Scholars Association invites you to Movie Night this Thursday, January 26, to celebrate India's 68th Republic Day!
Northwestern’s Black Graduate Student Association is pleased to announce its 20th Annual Graduate Research Conference that will be held on April 15th, 2017 at the Conference Chicago at the University Center in downtown Chicago.
Norris University Center is offering several events this January.
Jay Walsh, Vice President for Research invites international postdocs, visiting scholars and graduate students who work in a research laboratories to celebrate the remarkable science at Northwestern and introduce the support services available from the Office for Research. Refreshments will be provided. Please join the Office for Research on Friday, February 3 from 3-5 PM in Guild Lounge located in Scott Hall (601 University Place Evanston, IL 60208). Space in Guild Lounge is limited, please RSVP by Monday, January 30th.
the 2nd Chicago Graduate Conference in Hispanic and Lusa-Brazilian Studies will take place from April 13th to 15th, 2017 at Northwestern University’s Evanston campus.
Northwestern’s Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) is looking for speakers for the winter quarter “Bridging the Gap” seminar.
Northwestern NuTango is offering tango classes for beyond beginners this winter quarter. A previous course in basic tango is highly recommended.
Northwestern's NU BonD (Building on Diversity) is a graduate student-led organization whose primary goal is to foster a community built on inclusivity and diversity of thought, ideas, and backgrounds within the Department of Chemistry.
These grants are intended to provide graduate student parents some financial support to help with childcare expenses and to enable them to pursue their graduate studies.
The English Language Programs (ELP) staff are currently seeking volunteers to participate in oral interviews.
GSA LinkLunch matches you up with another graduate student based on your topics of interest. Lunches will be held on Jan 25th and Feb 2nd at Food for Thought on campus.
Northwestern is pleased to announce that Matika Wilbur, a photographer and documentarian of the Indigenous experience, will be delivering a talk entitled “19 Lessons from Indian Roads” on campus on January 26.
Current Northwestern students can attend a free screening of the movie "Hidden Figures" on January 28.
Step Up is a program that focuses on equipping its audience on how to become an active bystander.
Take advantage of these events at the Goodman Theatre in downtown Chicago.
The Northwestern Energy Technology Group (NETG) is hosting a lunch talk on January 25th 12-1PM by Dr. Said Al-Hallaj (CEO of AllCell Technologies) on how his company is making lithium-ion batteries safer through phase change composite packaging.
Come join the Northwestern Swing Dance Syndicate for their winter quarter open dance
On Friday, January 20, the club’s mentor, Gloria Kim, will be giving a speech.
These sessions are free and open to all members of the Northwestern community.
Join fellow women in academia for Galentine's Day. GWAN will be streaming a movie and providing sweet treats.
Northwestern’s MLK commemoration features two-week-long series of events
Coffee hours will be held from 3:30-5:00 pm on both the Evanston and Chicago campuses the last week of the month.
Northwestern's graduate student package includes ten tickets for only $150!
SPIE will host a presentation by Namu Patel as part of their student seminar series which is supported by MRSEC.
Check out these upcoming events in January for One Book One Northwestern
The Introduction to Mindfulness workshop series will be held a number of different times this quarter on the Chicago and Evanston Campuses.
GCF will be bringing in a conversation specialist, Dr. Mark Good, author of the upcoming book Real Talk: Creating Space for Hearts to Change, to speak with attendants at the GCF Regional 2017 Winter Retreat.
All are welcome to join the Northwestern Energy Technology Group.
Northwestern has put together a comprehensive website following the NLRB ruling that graduate students are considered statutory employees within the meaning of the National Labor Relations Act.
Seth Stein wrote an article for American Geophysical Union on the relationship between graduate students and their advisors.
If you are looking for a way to have meaningful connections with NU students from all backgrounds, all disciplines and all countries, feel free to apply to MDG.
Stop by at Hogan G-160 (6th floor) from 5:00 - 6:15 on Tuesday, January 10 to adopt a new little plant for your home.
Have you always wanted to learn tango, but haven't had the time? NuTango will teach you the basics in just one weekend.
Engendering Change is an annual Graduate Student Conference focused on issues of gender and sexuality.