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Join the College of Arts and Sciences “2014 x $15” Challenge on this #GivingTuesday
If we reach 2014 gifts of $15 we will be able to support 10 students on their summer research experiences in 2015. Make sure you select “College of Arts and Sciences” on your gift designation.
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Two Department Chairs Named Associate Deans of College of Arts and Sciences
Dr. Katrina Bell-Jordan (Chair of Communication, Media, and Theatre) and Dr. Marcelo Sztainberg (Chair of Computer Science) have been appointed new associate deans in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Dr. Sztainberg will begin his appointment on July 1, 2014 after the departure of current Associate Dean David Leaman and Dr. Bell-Jordan will begin her appointment on January 2, 2015 when she returns from educational leave and after current Associate Dean David Rutschman begins his educational leave.
Noteworthy at Northeastern: Prepare for Homecoming
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Homecoming Block Party will highlight 2015 NEIU Alumni Reunion
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Siobhán Cooke on team that makes primate discovery
3 days agoAn international team of scientists has dated a species of fossil monkey found across the Caribbean to just over 1 million years old. The discovery was…