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“The Humanities as the Foundation of Science”: RU Lecture by Adam Gopnik of the New Yorker this Thursday, Nov 13

Roosevelt University’s Montesquieu Forum will present a lecture by New Yorker essayist Adam Gopnik on “The Humanities as the Foundation of the Sciences” at 5 p.m. this Thursday, Nov. 13 in the Auditorium Building’s seventh-floor Ganz Hall, 430 S. Michigan Ave., … Continue reading

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Strategic Sustainability Planning at RU: Last Workshop Next Friday, Nov. 14

This semester, Roosevelt University began crafting its first five-year Strategic Sustainability plan with a series of workshops that kicked off in September, continued in October, and are wrapping up next week with the third and last planning session. These sessions have brought … Continue reading

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Getting Trashed on the Loading Dock: SUST Students Conduct Waste Audit of RU’s Chicago Campus

Last Thursday, October 17th, students in Professor Mike Bryson’s SUST 240 Waste & Consumption honors class gathered at Roosevelt’s Wabash Building loading dock instead of their regular classroom to poke through the trash. More specifically, they conducted the second systematic … Continue reading

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Strategic Sustainability Planning Underway this Fall at RU

On September 26, 2014, Roosevelt University began an inclusive effort to craft its very first 5-year Strategic Sustainability Plan. At this kick-off workshop event, faculty, staff and students provided clear guidance for the plan, including these major initial recommendations: 1) … Continue reading

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Guided Tour of Chicago Portage National Historic Site on Sat 10/4

The “Friends of the Chicago Portage” would like to announce their next public walking tour of the Chicago Portage National Historic Site, Saturday October 4th, 2014 at 10:00 A.M. Please join veteran tour guide Jeff Carter who will explore the … Continue reading

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Study Abroad Fair at Roosevelt Today

The Fall 2014 Study Abroad Fair will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 17, from 11 – 2 in the Auditorium Building’s Fainman Lounge (second floor) on RU’s Chicago Campus (430 S. Michigan Ave). Meet students who have studied abroad and … Continue reading

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SUST Graduate Troy Withers Promotes Wellness at Chicago Schools through the “Peace Diet”

This story from The Chicago Crusader on May 3rd, 2014, profiles the work of Troy Withers, a recent graduate (BPS ’13) of RU’s Sustainability Studies program and current intern at Morrill Elementary in Chicago. We applaud Troy’s work as a … Continue reading

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