Category Archives: Downtown

Events that take place at the downtown campus

Interested in teaching, try this course

I know some of you are interested in becoming science teachers, or learning more about education. The College of Education has informed me that there is a course being offered this fall (see crn number and details below) that may … Continue reading

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Sustainability Studies Student Symposium (Apr 23)

Come celebrate Earth Week on April 23 by learning about the exciting research projects being undertaken by Sustainability Studies undergraduate interns/researchers this year. This spring’s Student Symposium will feature three presentations: – MaryBeth Radeck will describe her work on the … Continue reading

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Honors Research Day (Apr 25)

Friday, April 25 is Honors Research Day. Students who are completing their thesis projects for graduation this semester will share the work they have done in formal presentations. All members of the University community are invited to attend. The presentations … Continue reading

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Internship and Career Fair (Apr 10)

Please announce in your classes and encourage the students you come in contact with to attend this year’s Internship and Career Fair being held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, April 10 in the Goodman Center. A variety … Continue reading

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Science and Math Symposium (Apr 18)

The Annual Spring Science and Math Symposium Friday April 18, 2014 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Chicago Campus, Wabash Building, 4th and 6th floors The Symposium is open to faculty, students, and staff Register for the symposium at Eventbrite — … Continue reading

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News Feature on Roosevelt Wabash building

Roosevelt University’s New Vertical Campus It’s a big expansion for Roosevelt University, as a 21st century vertical campus opens in the Loop. But it’s left the college with some big financial challenges. We hear how the university is trying to … Continue reading

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Science labs in Wabash building are nearing completion

State-of-the-art science facilities in Roosevelt University’s new 32-story vertical campus are nearing completion – and just one look will convince most anyone that science education at Roosevelt’s Chicago Campus will be an intimate, cutting-edge experience. continue reading here: http://www.roosevelt.edu/News_and_Events/News_Articles/20120228-sciencelabs.aspx

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New Cross Listing Status for Upper Level Biology Courses

Below is a table of the new cross-listing status of upper level biology and biochemistry courses effective Fall 2012. The Higher Learning Commission is requiring all of its accredited universities to reduce the number of cross listed courses in graduate … Continue reading

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Social Justice in the Biology Lab (Oct 26)

“Social Justice in the Biology Lab: A Discussion of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” As part of the Fall 2011 First Year Seminar Common Reading Experience, Professors Alfred DeFreece (sociology), LaVonne Downey (political science/public administration), and Kelly Wentz-Hunter (biology) … Continue reading

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Exoplanets: Searching for the Companions of Distant Suns (Oct 6)

The Adler Planetarium is extremely pleased to announce the second in our new quarterly public lecture series which showcases the most current topics in Astronomy and Cosmology. Our second lecture will be “Exoplanets: Searching for the Companions of Distant Suns”. … Continue reading

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Rapid Inventory 24: Kampankis Mountains in northern Peru (Oct 6)

Date: Thursday, October 6 Time: 12:00 – 1:00pm Location: Botany Classroom, Field Museum “Rapid Inventory 24: Kampankis Mountains in northern Peru” with Tita Alvira, Alvaro del Campo, Ernesto Ruelas, and Corine Vriesendorp Join us and learn about ECCo’s iconic program … Continue reading

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Math x-Position Symposium (Dec 2)

The Department of Mathematics and Actuarial Sciences is sponsoring its annual Math x-Position on Friday, Dec. 2 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. in the Auditorium Building. All members of the Roosevelt University community are invited to attend the poster … Continue reading

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DBCPS faculty/student meet and greet (Sep 2 and 7)

Meet, Greet and Eat! Please join the Department of Biological, Chemical and Physical Sciences to meet faculty and fellow students in your major, have some fun and enjoy light refreshments! When & Where: Chicago AUD 320 Friday, September 2, 2011 … Continue reading

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John Literacki thesis defense (Aug 3)

John Literacki, Biotechnology Graduate Student, will be defending his Master’s Thesis entitled “Are Genetic Diversity and Effective Population size of the Host Generalist Brood Parasitic Cowbird affected by West Nile Virus?” on Wednesday August 3, 2011 at 11:00 AM in … Continue reading

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