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March

3.25.2019
Wirtz Center’s production of ‘Mary Stuart’ will portray epic clash between two iconic queens
3.25.2019
Elizabeth Hurd named a 2019 Luce/ACLS Fellow
3.21.2019
Daniel Greene named president and librarian of Newberry Library
3.21.2019
Brain region discovered that only processes spoken, not written words
3.21.2019
New report warns of dangers to Great Lakes health and economy from climate change
3.19.2019
Suspect charged in sexual assault
3.19.2019
Northwestern’s Nina Kraus to appear in conversation with Renee Fleming on Thursday
3.19.2019
It’s no Fortnite, but it’s helping stroke survivors move again
3.19.2019
Q&A: Andrew Papachristos
3.19.2019
Using maps and networks to reduce gun violence
3.18.2019
Prenatal testosterone linked to effects for females who share womb with male twin
3.18.2019
Sherman Irby joins Victor Goines and jazz students for ‘Journey Through Swing’
3.18.2019
Northwestern professor featured in Museum of Science and Industry exhibit
3.15.2019
JACK Quartet wins Avery Fisher Career Grant (from Bienen School of Music)
3.15.2019
Opinion: You can expect more hyper-personal AI applications (from Forbes)
3.15.2019
Researchers across disciplines target water security
3.15.2019
Trustee and alumna Ginni Rometty to receive 2019 Edison Achievement Award
3.15.2019
Opinion: How the Syrian uprising began and why it matters (from The Associated Press)
3.15.2019
Remembering Sand Creek (from Northwestern Magazine)
3.15.2019
Bad news for egg lovers
3.15.2019
5 ways the Syrian revolution continues (from The Conversation)
3.14.2019
New Evidence on Eggs and Heart Health (from Feinberg)
3.14.2019
New research center to support Chicago’s bilingual population
3.14.2019
Chad Mirkin to receive prestigious Perkin Medal
3.13.2019
Opinion: A culture of disbelief: Title IX changes will add burdens to victims (from The Hill)
3.13.2019
Infants’ advances in speech processing play a central role in their establishment of a language-cognition link
3.13.2019
Archaeologists gather at Northwestern to share latest discoveries about medieval Saharan Africa
3.13.2019
Are you an ‘Earthquake Detective’?
3.12.2019
Dittmar Gallery calls for submissions to community exhibit
3.11.2019
New series aims to tell more indigenous stories
3.11.2019
45th annual Dance Marathon raises more than $1 million for drop-out prevention
3.11.2019
A school that values diversity could result in health benefits for students of color
3.11.2019
Campus dining gets a new taste in microgreens
3.08.2019
Opinion: Socialism and the 2020 American election (from The New York Times)
3.08.2019
Promising young faculty receive prestigious career award
3.08.2019
Panel to discuss turn-of-the-century clash between Ida B. Wells and Frances Willard
3.07.2019
Serious eczema symptoms beyond the skin (from Feinberg)
3.07.2019
Before #MeToo, the activism of the ‘comfort women’
3.06.2019
Alzheimer’s treatment holds promise for Primary Progressive Aphasia patients
3.05.2019
‘An American Summer: Love and Death in Chicago’
3.05.2019
Women scientists get less federal funding than men
3.04.2019
What makes people willing to sacrifice their own self-interest for another?
3.04.2019
‘Israel at a Crossroad? Electoral Politics in a Divided Nation’
3.04.2019
The Women’s Center celebrates International Women’s Day
3.01.2019
Community Dialogue thrives under new format to discuss concerns
3.01.2019
Opinion: Unable to post bail? You will pay for that for many years (from The New York Times)
3.01.2019
Dance Marathon will help reduce the CPS drop-out rate

February

2.28.2019
No wires, more cuddles: Sensors are first to monitor babies in the NICU without wires
2.28.2019
New blueprint for understanding, predicting and optimizing complex nanoparticles
2.27.2019
Opinion: 4 ways sales teams could get more value out of AI
2.27.2019
Volunteers can join emergency response
2.25.2019
'Green infrastructure' as an urban water strategy (from ISEN)
2.25.2019
Northwestern University Press joins initiative to diversify academic publishing
2.25.2019
Wireless Technology in the NICU (from Feinberg)
2.25.2019
Children in the Juvenile Justice System Face Serious Health Risks (from Feinberg)
2.22.2019
Opinion: In Chicago’s mayoral race, the establishment leads the outsiders (from The New Yorker)
2.22.2019
Opinion: The parent trap (from Washington Post)
2.21.2019
Christopher Watson appointed dean of undergraduate enrollment
2.20.2019
Schanzenbach elected to National Academy of Education (from Institute for Policy Research)
2.20.2019
New documentary explores life of eminent film scholar Hamid Naficy
2.20.2019
Wirtz Center’s Danceworks features premieres by Chicago choreographers
2.19.2019
Opinion: Trump's China options dwindle as the deadline looms (from The Hill)
2.19.2019
New machine learning technique rapidly analyzes nanomedicines for cancer immunotherapy
2.19.2019
New wearable sensor may cut costs and improve access to biofeedback for people with incomplete paraplegia (from Shirley Ryan AbilityLab)
2.19.2019
Three Northwestern professors named Sloan Research Fellows
2.18.2019
Meet Northwestern’s 2018-19 Fulbrighters
2.17.2019
How teamwork could make or break NASA Mars mission
2.16.2019
Diagnosing 'art acne' in Georgia O'Keeffe's paintings
2.15.2019
American Music Theatre Project 2018/2019 season continues
2.14.2019
Wirtz Center presents Chicago premiere of ‘When She Had Wings’
2.13.2019
Opinion: Are dietary supplements for real or just placebos? (from The Hill)
2.12.2019
ImproveNU: Northwestern’s ‘Shark Tank’
2.12.2019
Dale Mortensen Nobel Prize medal donated to Northwestern
2.11.2019
Why Are Food Allergies on the Rise? (from Feinberg)
2.11.2019
Grammy Award winners include Bienen School faculty, alumna
2.08.2019
Opinion: ‘Stalin’s Scribe’ Review (from Wall Street Journal)
2.07.2019
Linda Broadbelt, Wei Chen elected to National Academy of Engineering (from McCormick School of Engineering)
2.07.2019
Search committee launched for next vice president and general counsel
2.06.2019
Nominations invited for $250,000 Kabiller Prize
2.06.2019
Podcast: How juries bring legitimacy to legal proceedings
2.06.2019
Céline Browning’s ‘War Games’ explores America’s fascination with war
2.06.2019
Study shows that Vikings enjoyed a warm Greenland
2.05.2019
Delving into Immersive Reality with the Knight Lab (from Northwestern Digital Learning)
2.05.2019
Helicopter parenting in the face of growing inequality
2.05.2019
It’s not page views, it’s regular habit that matters most for news outlets
2.05.2019
Bienen School presents Stravinsky’s ‘The Rake’s Progress’
2.05.2019
A history of the U.S. outside the U.S.
2.05.2019
Lonnie Bunch to deliver commencement address
2.04.2019
Northwestern submits comments on proposed Title IX changes
2.04.2019
Chad Mirkin receives Rotary Humanitarian STAR Award
2.03.2019
Fitness without Shame: A Resolution Backed by Science (from Psychology Today)
2.02.2019
Missing student located
2.01.2019
Commemoration highlights MLK's dream of economic equality
2.01.2019
Francesca Cornelli named dean of Kellogg School of Management

January

1.31.2019
Northwestern remembers student Sasha Novozhenova
1.31.2019
Neil Venketramen ’16 MS on marrying well (from Northwestern Intersections)
1.31.2019
Center for Wrongful Convictions celebrates freedom for three clients (from Pritzker School of Law)
1.31.2019
Expanded campus transportation during cold
1.30.2019
Student group nominated for college television award (from School of Communication)
1.30.2019
New initiative to better align treatment with patient goals
1.29.2019
New director of state and local relations announced
1.28.2019
Northwestern to close campus due to weather
1.28.2019
Fluid-inspired material self-heals before your eyes
1.28.2019
Finding the Internal Fountain of Youth in Amish Country (from Feinberg)
1.28.2019
Opening day celebration for ‘Caravans of Gold’ sets attendance record
1.28.2019
Why it’s so important to have a primary care doctor
1.25.2019
Cancer patients can quit smoking through lengthened medication time, behavioral counseling
1.24.2019
Kathy Khang ’92 on saying no to say yes (from Northwestern Intersections)
1.24.2019
‘GO dough’ makes graphene easy to shape and mold
1.24.2019
Northwestern researchers examine political divide behind climate change beliefs
1.24.2019
U.S. children show clear evidence of bias at the intersection of race and gender
1.23.2019
Why do diseases affect women differently than men?
1.23.2019
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors in discussion at Northwestern Thursday
1.23.2019
New technology gives unprecedented look inside capillaries
1.23.2019
A new approach to a deadly disease
1.23.2019
Bilingualism Benefits Young and Old (from Psychology Today)
1.23.2019
Making China Communist Again?
1.22.2019
Kellogg launches 12 new courses on global business trends (from Kellogg)
1.22.2019
Most successful women surround themselves with other women
1.22.2019
Winners of new faculty award announced
1.22.2019
Materials design center receives $25 million grant
1.22.2019
Northwestern legal clinic and Reverend Robin Hood partner to represent mortgage fraud victims
1.22.2019
Stem Cell Transplants Improve on Current MS Treatments (from Feinberg)
1.18.2019
Mom’s gestational diabetes hikes kids’ pre-diabetes, obesity risk
1.18.2019
Wirtz Center’s ‘Guys and Dolls’ opens Feb. 15 with a modern look at gender
1.18.2019
Northwestern reviews changes in academic calendar to promote learning, flexibility
1.17.2019
David Friendly '78 on producing Little Miss Sunshine and more (from Northwestern Intersections)
1.17.2019
Nanotechnology takes on the world
1.16.2019
Only 13 percent of outpatient antibiotic prescriptions considered appropriate
1.16.2019
How bad will my postpartum depression be in 12 months?
1.16.2019
Opinion: Why won’t John Roberts accept an ethics code for Supreme Court justices? (from Slate)
1.15.2019
Trethewey named to the Academy of American Poets
1.15.2019
Touring Simpson Querrey Biomedical Research Center
1.15.2019
Preparing for Title IX reform
1.15.2019
A "Fitbit" for your vocal cords (from Northwestern Digital Learning)
1.11.2019
New model shows more efficient, profitable fracking (from McCormick School of Engineering)
1.11.2019
Chekov’s ‘The Cherry Orchard’ opens Wirtz Center’s mainstage winter season
1.11.2019
How the second-longest US government shutdown is affecting the economy (from Business Standard)
1.10.2019
Faculty recognized for diversity, inclusion efforts
1.10.2019
Birth of a black hole or neutron star captured for first time
1.10.2019
$13.5 million grant supports creation of cognitive assessment app (from Feinberg)
1.10.2019
In the immune system’s trenches, a new discovery (from Office for Research)
1.10.2019
Sir Fraser Stoddart receives top international award from China
1.10.2019
Faculty awards support creation of innovative curriculum
1.10.2019
OPINION: How AI could make your life easier this year (from CNN)
1.08.2019
Wirtz Center’s MFA Lab series presents ‘The Wolves,’ ‘The Flick’ and ‘The Angry Brigade’
1.08.2019
Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra plays monumental Russian works Jan. 31
1.08.2019
Space microbes aren’t so alien after all
1.08.2019
Ravi Shankar appointed president and chairman of the board of NAFSA (from International Relations)
1.08.2019
Educated Americans paved the way for divorce—Then embraced marriage (from The Atlantic)
1.07.2019
Author and activist Maggie Anderson will keynote MLK observance
1.07.2019
One in 10 adults has a food allergy, almost twice as many suspect they do
1.02.2019
Tiny, implantable device uses light to treat bladder problems
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