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Month: September 2019

Social Justice Education Fall 2019 Programs

This fall,  Social Justice Education (SJE) is proud to offer a number of different programs for students of all experience levels. Whether you’re new to social justice or want to learn how to be a leader and facilitator, SJE has a program that fits your needs. (1) Peer Inclusion Educators (PIE) — | Deadline: October

Staff Spotlight: Dornette Ashley

Name: Dornette Ashley Title: Event Planning Manager Department: Norris Event Planning Where are you from? I am from Evanston, IL. What brought you to Student Affairs? I was employed by a retail paint company in Evanston, doing their accounts payable and receivable’s for 13 stores. I’d been with them for some time and wanted a

The Week Ahead (September 23- 29)

Regular Registration for Norris Mini Courses Begins  Monday, September 23  Online at the Norris Box Office website  Norris Mini Courses cover a wide variety of fun and interesting topics, including hip hop, knitting, pocket billiards, and more. All classes meet once a week in the evenings and are not credit-bearing, making them the perfect opportunity to try something new.  Registration

Staff Spotlight: Dan Amato

Name: Dan Amato Title: Assistant Director for Conduct and Community Standards Department: Residential Life Where are you from? I grew up in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago where I live now as well. What brought you to Student Affairs? I had the chance to be an RA when I was in undergrad and a couple

The Week Ahead (September 16-22)

New Student Move-in  Sunday, September 15 from 1:00- 5:00 PM and Monday, September 16 8:00 AM- 4:00 PM  All Campus  When arriving on campus during their allotted move-in slot, new students should present their unloading permit. This permit will allow students to drop off their items in an unloading zone close to their residence hall. From there, new students

Staff Spotlight: Ronnie Toca

Name: Ronnie Toca Title: Administrative Assistant Department: Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs Where are you from? Havana, Cuba What brought you to Student Affairs? I wanted to gain a broader perspective on university life. How many years have you worked in Student Affairs at Northwestern? 1 What’s your favorite part about working

Staff Spotlight: Jenny Douglas

Name: Jenny Douglas Title: Assistant Director, Operations & Services Department: Residential Services Where are you from? Palos Park, IL What brought you to Student Affairs? I started in Student Affairs as a Resident Director in Fall 2013 and was lured in by the opportunity to work with a team whose goals included creating a meaningful