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Students may interested to hear that Tim McGill, weather anchor for WGN News channel will be teaching PHSC 104 entitled Severe and Unusual Weather in Chicago on Tues/Thurs from 1-4PM.
BIO Career Fair Monday, April 22, 2013 Hyatt Regency Chicago 151 E. Wacker Drive The BIO Career Fair will be held on Monday, April 22, in conjunction with the 2013 BIO International Convention in Chicago. Spend the day speaking with … Continue reading
April 19, 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM, Wabash Building, 10th Floor Can the urban landscape of Chicago go from blight to blossom? How do we deal with the Great Lakes’ legacy of biological invasion and chemical contamination? What tools do … Continue reading
Are you interested in networking with other from Roosevelt Science? Maybe you are looking for a job? Maybe you want some career advice from someone working in industry? Join our LinkedIn Alumni Group and tell others. http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=3769441
The National Science Foundation funds several universities across the country to host summer research programs. Go to this site: http://www.nsf.gov/crssprgm/reu/reu_search.cfm And select your field of choice and start applying!!!
Prof. Rosokha’s project “Halogen Bonding between Organic Acceptors and Transition-Metal Complexes” provides an opportunity for RU students to participate in fundamental research in chemistry with potential applications in material and pharmaceutical sciences. Research will be carried out on the Schaumburg … Continue reading
Students. Looking for a summer internship? Visit http://environmentalinterns.org to look through over 100 internships (and counting!) already uploaded to the platform. You can apply directly through the clearinghouse portal.
Roosevelt alumnus, Garret Sweetwood, earned distinction as lead author on a groundbreaking scientific research article published in the February edition of the internationally renowned Cambridge Journals The Lichenologist. The research presents revolutionary findings on how spores in tropical lichens develop. The … Continue reading
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
Roosevelt University’s programs in science and math have received the highest award from SENCER, a national organization devoted to improving science education by focusing on real world problems. The William E. Bennett Award for Extraordinary Contributions to Citizen Science was … Continue reading
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
Now that advising has begun for the Fall 2012 semester, I am finding myself asking students if they have a long term schedule planned out. Who needs a long term schedule? Everyone eventually but it is very important for students … Continue reading
Using electron microscopy, the Dr. Kornberg lab published their findings along with the help of Roosevelt professor, Dr. Neil Voss on the subunit architecture of general transcription factor TFIIH. Transcription factor II H (TFIIH) is an important complex involved in … Continue reading
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
On Friday, October 14th, 7 students and 3 professors traveled to Argonne National Laboratory’s 21st Symposium for Undergraduates in Science, Engineering and Mathematics in collaboration with The Central States Universities, Incorporated (CSUI) Research Conference. Talks included: “MICROWAVE ACID DIGESTION AND … Continue reading
The ECC-RU Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program welcomed ten Elgin Community College students to the Schaumburg campus this summer for a month-long, intensive internship program in biomedical science. Activities included discussions on current topics in science, student presentations on health … Continue reading
Assistant Professor Sergiy Rosokha received a $280,000 grant on August 11, 2011 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study the Halogen bonding between organic acceptors and transition-metal complexes.
Congratulations to our 2011 biology, chemistry, and biotechnology graduates:
If you have a LinkedIn account and want to get in touch with other alumni, please join our new group. http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=3769441
Roosevelt students who intend to apply to a pre-professional program (medical, dental , veterinary , or pharmacy school) following their undergraduate work should submit the following form to the Office of the Registrar upon entering Roosevelt or as soon as … Continue reading