Check out the variety of events in the Dittmar Memorial Gallery. Imprints of the Mind, a community exhibit investigating how memory shapes us, is coming to a close with a reception Friday, April 28 6-8 p.m. Art Theory & Practice seniors’ work will be featured next.
Month: April 2017
Imagine walking around campus, casually minding your own business, when you suddenly spot something concerning happening. Unsure of what to do, you stop and hesitate. You’d like to help, but you don’t know what appropriate action to take. Is there a way to get involved without risking your own safety? The answer is yes.
Join CARE and partner organizations in working to prevent sexual violence and promote healthy sexuality throughout April, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and beyond. You can support the powerful work of these groups and build your skills through opportunities like CARE classes on the impact of sexual violence and trainings on survivor support.
The health care system is nothing if not confusing. Learning to navigate the health care system on our own, many of us for the first time, can be a huge challenge. Luckily for us, Health Services has introduced a Patient Support Services program to help make sense of it all.
Director of Health Services Brian Druley lead the charge with developing this unique program. Druley’s vision centered on one thing: integrating student learning into the health services process. To accomplish this goal, the department instituted Patient Advocacy Coordinators at both the Evanston and Chicago campuses.
Designed completely in-house by Northwestern employees, the NUhelp app includes several features that are meant to help Northwestern students stay safe and healthy on campus, including Safewalk.
CAPS at Northwestern offers resources to help manage stress beyond clinical appointments and consulting. Sign-ups are now available for Stress Management Clinics during spring quarter. These Stress Management Clinics deal with a variety of issues and coping techniques surrounding stress and are available to all Northwestern community members free of charge.
Northwestern University Dance Marathon 2017 celebrated a groundbreaking year of inclusivity and education efforts, helping support students in fundraising efforts and providing educational opportunities around this year’s beneficiary.
This past fall, Northwestern’s Leadership and Community Engagement department (housed within Campus Life) introduced its new series, Women in Leadership. This cohort meets six times over the course of one quarter to discuss and explore various aspects of the intersection between gender and leadership.
“We have a pretty multifaceted mission,” Assistant Director of Leadership & Community Engagement Adrian Bitton said.“Ultimately what we want to do is empower women and build their leadership self-efficacy.”
If you’ve visited the Norris Starbucks recently, you’ve now officially been to the Starbucks with the best team in the Chicagoland area. The team received the Store Team of the Quarter Award for the October-December quarter from their national corporate offices.
When they found out about the award, the whole team was “jumping up and down with excitement,” Manager in Training Gina Tuch said with a laugh. “It gave our team a nice boost of confidence.”
This April is Wildcat Interfaith Month, which offers students an opportunity to share how their religious or spiritual identities inform their worldview. It is also a time where students from diverse backgrounds come together to listen, understand, and respect each other’s perspectives.
To celebrate, Religious & Spiritual Life will host an Interfaith Passover Seder at 6:00 p.m. on April 5 in Parkes Social Hall. Also in Parkes Social Hall, on April 20 at 6:00 p.m., don’t miss the second annual Wildcat Langar, where students will enjoy a vegetarian meal and learn about the Sikh tradition of service to humanity. Finally, Soul Sounds: An Interfaith Concert will feature music and artistic expressions from various traditions on April 23 at 3:00 p.m. in Alice Millar Chapel.