Peer Instructors serve as a resource and role model for students in their first year at NIU. They work directly with faculty/staff to aid in students success.This is a great leadership opportunity that has multiple benefits. Come to one of our information sessions to learn more about this opportunity. Click here for a peer instructor application.» View Event
Stevenson, Smart Classroom
NIU’s Family Day is an opportunity for parents and family members to re-visit and re-acclimate themselves to the university as well as learn and participate in diverse programs and services on the campus. Activities are planned for all ages. See related events in the “Family Day” category.» View Event
10 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Submit a video to the 2016 NIU BELIEF Ethics Video Contest and you could win cash. Videos should introduce a business ethical dilemma, providing a resolution using the BELIEF Decision Making Framework. First place winner will recieve $500, second place $250, third place $100. Deadline is March 25. Get more information about the contest, meet» View Event
5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Barsema Hall College of Business Auditorium
Do you have a class or an instructor you love? NIU.edu is looking for love stories (of the non-romantic kind…keep it clean) to share in honor of Valentine’s Day. Send your story to email@example.com by Tuesday February 8. It could be included in a special feature story.» View Event
Campus Recreation offers more than 30 sport clubs and events to participate in — from 5-on-5 to dodgeball to Texas Hold ‘Em. See related events for details.» View Event
This Tony Award winning play-within-a-play presents the audience with the challenge of differentiating between actors and actors playing the role of actors. Ultimately, The Real Thing is Tom Stoppard’s portrait of a playwright who experiences the emotional chaos he puts his characters through, and learns in a most personal manner about the disruption and tormenting guilt that love and» View Event
Huntley Middle School Auditorium, 1515 S. 4th St.
Learn more about educational opportunities for NIU students across the globe. Study abroad representatives will be available to answer questions on any program. Students also will have the chance to visit information tables and talk to professors leading about 20 upcoming faculty-directed programs, including NIU at Oxford, history and culture programs in Japan and Spanish-language programs» View Event
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Holmes Student Center, Glass Gallery
This exhibit features work representative of the artistic process of iteration, where the artist continually revisits the work in order to reflect and refine. This recursive process can manifest itself in the formal and conceptual qualities of the artwork itself, producing works that embody, parallel and explore the patterns of artistic perception and creation. Co-curated» View Event
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Jack Olson Gallery School of Art and Design
Get in the mood for Valentine’s Day with some of NIUs favorite siblings, couples, and best friends putting their knowledge of each other to the test.» View Event
HSC, Carl Sandburg Auditorium
Center for Black Studies has planned several events throughout February in celebration of Black Heritage Month. See related links below for some of the events, and visit the Center for Black Studies website for more events.» View Event