Through formal presentations, students will educate their peers on their recent internship experiences. Each presentation will include a brief overview of the sponsoring organization and the intern's role, key highlights about their internship experience, insight about how relevant coursework applied to the internship experience, and helpful advice for future interns.

Presentations will be held throughout the evening in Smith-Curtis classrooms.

 

 

NWU students will share their achievements during the annual Student Symposium.

An exclusive experience for students accepted to NWU.

Friday, April 7, 2017 - 6:00pm to Saturday, April 8, 2017 - 6:00am

 

 

Stephen Rapp, the United States Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues in the Office of Global Criminal Justice, will present the 2017 Curtis Lecture on Public Leadership.

Frans de Waal is a Dutch/American biologist and primatologist known for his work on the behavior and social intelligence of primates. His first book, Chimpanzee Politics, compared the schmoozing and scheming of chimpanzees involved in power struggles with that of human politicians. Ever since, de Waal has drawn parallels between primate and human behavior, from peacemaking and morality to culture. de Waal is the Director of the Living Links Center and the C.H. Candler Professor of Psychology at Emory University.

Marnel Niles Goins, associate professor of communication at California State University-Fresno, will deliver this year's Lambda Pi Eta Communication Lecture. Goins' lecture will offer candid insights about raced and gendered communication as it intersects with academic, political and social contexts.

Her free lecture will be held in Callen Conference Center, located on the lower level of the Smith-Curtis Administration Building. 

Lambda Pi Eta is the National Communication Association's honorary society.

Our celebration will include a keynote by Rev. Max Hale, a retired United Methodist and United Church of Christ minister who was involved in the Civil Rights movements in the 1960s. 

We will also recognize this year's recipients of the Advocates for Diversity Award including: Kelly Clancy, assistant professor of political science; John Spilker, assistant professor of music; and Flor de Maria Garcia-Garza, a junior business administration and psychology double major.

One of Stephen Sondheim's greatest achievements, this fairytale mash-up musical grants everyone's wish — with haunting consequences.

All shows will be held in McDonald Theatre, located inside the Elder Theatre Center, 51st Street and Huntington Ave.

Tickets are $17.50 for adults and $10 for seniors and students. Tickets can be purchased online or reserve them at the box office by calling 402.465.2384.

One of Stephen Sondheim's greatest achievements, this fairytale mash-up musical grants everyone's wish — with haunting consequences.

All shows will be held in McDonald Theatre, located inside the Elder Theatre Center, 51st Street and Huntington Ave.

Tickets are $17.50 for adults and $10 for seniors and students. Tickets can be purchased online or reserve them at the box office by calling 402.465.2384.

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