NIU in the News Archive

Batavia Resident’s Groundbreaking Work on Immigrants Lands 2018 Guggenheim Fellowship
Kane County Connects, April 25, 2018

8 Lies That Are Ok To Tell In A Relationship
Cosmopolitan Magazine , April 25, 2018

Could a Stronger “Red Flag” Law in Illinois Have Stopped a Shooting In Tennessee?
WBEZ, April 24, 2018

Music May Help Impaired Communicators Connect Better With Others
Northern Public Radio, April 20, 2018

I tried to make Alexa my best friend
BBC, April 16, 2018

Nature, heal thyself: the lessons of restoration ecology
Anthropocene Magazine, April 11, 2018

8 Reasons To Stop Looking For "The One"
Cosmopolitan Magazine, April 06, 2018

Liam Teague gets prestigious professorship
The Guardian, April 03, 2018

NIU series to explore ‘transitions’ to adulthood for students on autism spectrum
The MidWeek, March 28, 2018

New York Today: The Right to Disconnect
New York Times, March 23, 2018

Charity fundraising after Facebook's data breach: risks but little choice
Thomson Reuters Foundation, March 22, 2018

Nighttime Tornadic Storms Are Dangerous, Not 'Good Sleeping Weather'
Forbes, March 20, 2018

11 Signs You'll Be Together For A *Long* Time
Cosmopolitan Magazine, March 16, 2018

5 diseases that may be cured during our lifetime
Health24, March 14, 2018

NIU football: Turner becomes first NIU athlete into MAC Hall of Fame
Daily Chronicle, March 09, 2018

DeFranco Jazz Festival: Top musicians to perform and educate at the University of Montana
Missoulian, March 08, 2018

11th Annual Brooks Jazz Night with The Northern Illinois University Jazz Orchestra
Chicago Tribune, March 05, 2018

Chicago Defender’s Top 20 Most Influential Political Figures
Chicago Defender, March 01, 2018

Should we let Mother Nature fix the ecosystem? NIU study says restoration work has mixed results, rarely succeeds fully
Chicago Tribune, February 27, 2018

Artist Sues Kendrick Lamar, Alleging Black Panther Music Video Copied Her Work
Artsy, February 21, 2018

How Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco Went from Waiting Tables to Making Millions
People, February 21, 2018

Local leaders weigh in on the pro's and con's of Home Rule in Rockford
WREX, February 20, 2018

Sidebar: Will Anthony Kennedy Retire? What Influences a Justices Decision
Global Financial Market Review, February 19, 2018

One November Race Is Set; Another Faces A Crowded Primary Contest
Northern Public Radio, February 16, 2018

Deep Bore Into Antarctica Finds Freezing Ice, Not Melting as Expected
National Geographic, February 16, 2018

Gorilla Radio with Chris Cook, Garth Mullins, Mark Schuller, Janine Bandcroft
Gorilla Radio, February 15, 2018

Will The 16th District Be Competitive In 2018 In Primary Or General Election?
Northern Public Radio, February 09, 2018

Trump’s Labor Board Is Making it Even More Difficult to Unionize Fast-Food Workers
The Nation, February 09, 2018

There are scientific reasons why we give our partners pet names — and they can say a lot about your relationship
Business Insider, February 09, 2018

Why climate deniers target women
Eco-Business, February 05, 2018

The buzz of bitcoin: Cryptocurrency for sale at vape shops, bars and gas stations
Chicago Tribune, February 04, 2018

Arthur Ashe was, and would have remained, a giant
Richmond Times-Dispatch, February 03, 2018

Destructive hailstorms could someday be predicted weeks in advance
USA Today, January 31, 2018

The Science of Swearing
Smithsonian, January 30, 2018

StarveBelly helps local restaurants deliver food to customers
Daily Chronicle, January 23, 2018

Pros and cons of “screenless internet” smart devices
WGN, January 19, 2018

A Winning Combination for a Successful Life Change
Psychology Today, January 16, 2018

How to know when it's time to break up with a friend
NBC News, January 14, 2018

How to Keep Your Friendships as Strong as Ever Even When Life Gets Nuts
Health, January 12, 2018

Mother Jones historical marker, plaque now on display
The Edwardsville Intelligencer , January 11, 2018

America's Rural Hospitals Are Dangerously Fragile
Route Fifty, January 09, 2018

How to Conquer 5 Resolutions You’ve Always Had Once and for All
Health, January 05, 2018

Why You Should Use This Holiday Season To Plan Your Financial Future, December 11, 2017

The Movie "Wonder" Demonstrates the Power of Kindness
Psychology Today, December 11, 2017

Chicago Area Attorney Vincent Cornelius Named to The Best Lawyers in America for 2018
ABC-7 Fort Myers, December 07, 2017

Northern Illinois University Trains Students to Respond to Oppression, Privilege
College and University, December 03, 2017

Woman who led Elgin water department challenged gender roles
Chicago Tribune, December 01, 2017

Aurora appoints assistant corporation counsel
Aurora Beacon-News, November 30, 2017

Wall Street’s watchdog is pursuing fewer cases since Trump took office
Washington Post, November 23, 2017

Z Nicolazzo discusses the trans college experience as part of Transgender Awareness Week
The Michigan Daily, November 13, 2017

D-428 educators to create diversity needs plan
Daily Chronicle, November 10, 2017

There Aren't Enough Teachers For Low-Vision And Blind Students
SoundCloud, November 09, 2017

Nearly 500 finger and toe bones belonged to tiny primates 45 million years ago, November 09, 2017

Tax reform debate: From Washington to DeKalb County
Daily Chronicle, November 09, 2017

The Opening Bell 11/8/17: Is The US Becoming More Accommodating To Veterans?
WGN Radio, November 08, 2017

How an Elgin anthropologist ended up with world's largest collection of tiny fossils
The Michigan Daily, November 06, 2017

This Is How Many Minutes Of Breaks You Need Each Day
True Viral News, October 31, 2017

Suburban trend? Big groups of women flock to 'Bad Moms Christmas'
Daily Herald, October 30, 2017

Programs for visually impaired students face teacher shortage
Chicago Tribune, October 29, 2017

SEC Signals Pullback From Prosecutorial Approach to Enforcement
Wall Street Journal, October 26, 2017

Chicago Winter Could Be Mild, Wet … or Neither
WTTW, October 24, 2017

Homegrown Composition Honoring Mother Teresa To be Performed at NIU
The Observer, October 20, 2017

Building Community Through a Syllabus
Inside Higher Ed, October 20, 2017

It's time for men to join the chorus of voices speaking out against sexual assault
Beacon-News, October 19, 2017

NIU Engineering @ RVC wins national award for talent and place development
Rockford Register Star, October 16, 2017

Waubonsee Hosts Presentation on Paleoclimatology
Beacon-News, October 13, 2017

Joliet Central Band to Perform with Guest Artist al Musfi at Fall Concert Nov. 19
Chicago Tribune, October 09, 2017

U.S. Air Force Band plans performance at Howard
Herald-Palladium, October 08, 2017

What We Know about the Effects of Policy Transparency
AlphaGalileo, October 06, 2017

Fox Valley congressmen call for review of 'bump stocks,' other gun measures
Beacon-News, October 06, 2017

Why LeBron James Doesn’t Own the Rights to His Tattoos
Artsy, October 03, 2017

Chicago’s Best 1-Year MBA Programs
MetroMBA, September 28, 2017

Top 5 States With Financially-Conscious Borrowers
MReport, September 28, 2017

Kish College administrators assume new roles
The MidWeek, September 20, 2017

Meteorologist Walker Ashley and Geology Professor Paul Stoddard on hurricanes and earthquakes
WGN Radio, September 20, 2017

Wintrust Business Lunch 9/18/17: Office “Happy Meters”, Rebuilding Tourism, & Living Rent Free
WGN Radio, September 18, 2017

WBDC Honors Rep. Linda Chapa LaVia
Chicago Hispanic Newspaper, September 14, 2017

Iraqi Militias: The Tangle of Flags
Egypt Today, September 14, 2017

Litesa Wallace to run for lieutenant governor
Rockford Register Star, September 08, 2017

Litesa Wallace to run for lieutenant governor
Rockford Register Star, September 08, 2017

Meteorologist Walker Ashley breaks down the hurricane season
WGN Radio, September 07, 2017

Illinois funding law levels the playing field for students
The Christian Science Monitor, September 06, 2017

Starved Rock continues to assess signage after falls
The Times, September 01, 2017

'A shining example': West Leyden teacher among 10 finalists for state award
Chicago Tribune, August 31, 2017

NIU Student Develops Health Care Website for Immigrants
WTTW Chicago Tonight, August 28, 2017

Fact Checker: Is Rockford’s water dangerous and is bottled water better?
Rockford Register Star, August 25, 2017

St. Charles Public Library Seeks Feedback for its Strategic Planning Process
Chicago Tribune, August 24, 2017

Experts agree: Don’t avoid political conversations with family members
Vox Media, August 22, 2017

How Old is Too Old for an MBA?
Chicago Tribune, August 17, 2017

Enrollment Drop Forces College to Close Undergrad Programs
U.S. News and World Report, August 09, 2017

Chronicling A Forgotten Disaster: Hurricane Matthew, 10 Months Later
Huffington Post, August 08, 2017

7 Ways Academics Can Protect Their Time
American Institute of CPAs, August 08, 2017

Do critical thinking skills give graduates the edge?
Times Higher Education, August 03, 2017

Hultgren marks "Startup Day" with stories of innovation at NIU Naperville
Daily Herald, August 01, 2017

From the community: Chicago Attorney and WGN Radio Host Rich Lenkov Featured in Chicago Lawyer Magazine
Chicago Tribune, August 01, 2017

‘Pulp sci-fi’ a big influence on work of Rockford-based graphic designer Joe Tallman
Rockford Register Star, July 26, 2017

ESPN Chronicles Minnesota Head Football Coach P.J. Fleck Heading into His First Season
ESPN Media Zone, July 20, 2017

New Study Shows Natural Prairie Grass To Be More Beneficial Than Green Grass
CBS Chicago, July 19, 2017

Size Matters: Is Bodyshaming Blocking Your Career Path?
Journal of Psychology, July 14, 2017

These Chicago actors just got nominated for an Emmy
Chicago Tribune, July 13, 2017

2 Illinois professors are using 'social justice video games' to teach about 'police misconduct'
Business Insider, July 13, 2017

Batavia installs latest bridge sculpture
Kane County Chronicle, July 12, 2017

Credit Reporting Agencies: Big 3 & Alternative Bureaus
WalletHub, July 08, 2017

Rockford native inspired to immigration law by experiences in Afghanistan
Rockford Register Star, July 01, 2017

Life above the clouds in the Andes, 7,000 years ago
USA Today, June 27, 2017

A Team at NIU Built a Car That Does 1,700 Miles Per Gallon
Chicago Inno, June 21, 2017

NIU soliciting donations for statue depicting former husky mascot high-fiving
Yahoo! Sports, June 20, 2017

Irvin taps private sector for innovation team
Aurora Beacon-News, June 15, 2017

New Principal Chosen for Fabyan Elementary School
Geneva Patch, June 13, 2017

Schmelzle makes NIU history at NCAA championships
Daily Chronicle, June 12, 2017

Field Elementary School names new principal
Chicago Tribune, June 12, 2017

Bullying in organizations begets equally disruptive responses, study says, June 09, 2017

Sycamore Lions help student get service dog
Daily Chronicle, June 09, 2017

TLC Takes A Chance On Love With New Relationship Series, ‘The Spouse House’ Premiering On Sunday, July 9th At 10/9C
Discovery Communications, June 08, 2017

Zest Health's new CEO has already changed your life
Crain's Chicago Business, June 01, 2017

Trump budget makes heavy cuts to science research
The Hill, May 23, 2017

New data shows a sharp increase in U.S. protest activity in April
Washington Post, May 22, 2017

Lemons for Leukemia: Sour-faced students up to challenge, May 19, 2017

NIU graduate Darcia Kunkel releases first book
Daily Chronicle, May 18, 2017

CBS 2 Extreme Weather Special
CBS-2, May 16, 2017

NIU "Hoosier" trades basketball uniform for combat fatigues
Chicago Sun-Times, May 16, 2017

Stamp Out Hunger drive collects about 28,000 pounds of food
Daily Chronicle, May 15, 2017

Duckworth addresses cadets at Northern Illinois University's ROTC Commissioning Ceremony
River Bend, May 14, 2017

Lyle McGinnis, NIU scientist who did research in Antarctica, dies at 86
Chicago Tribune, May 08, 2017

Wester Wuori new chief of staff for City of Rockford
Chicago Tribune, May 08, 2017

Cliff Alexis from the NIU Steelband performed live on WGN
WGN TV, May 04, 2017

Volunteers participate in NIU Cares Day across DeKalb County
Daily Chronicle, April 24, 2017

NIU Honors Harlem School District Teacher
My Stateline, April 20, 2017

City of DeKalb Taps NIU Students To Promote Downtown
Northern Public Radio, March 23, 2017

Slice: Belvidere native hopes to build brighter futures for our youngest citizens
Rockford Register Star, March 23, 2017

Following Your Creative Spirit with Oona Holtane
The Chicago Chic, March 21, 2017

BHS INCubator course opens doors for student entrepreneurs in Batavia
Kane County Chronicle, March 20, 2017

University will train Chinese business brains
ChinaDaily, March 20, 2017

New research could help save an endangered Midwestern rattlesnake
KBIA-Columbia, MO, March 17, 2017

NIU athlete trailblazing her way to WNIT and U.S. Army
WGN-TV, March 15, 2017

True Story: 4 Ways Breaking My Leg Made Me a Better Teacher
Dance Teacher Magazine, March 14, 2017

NIU students' art featured at Museum of Science and Industry
Chicago Crusader, March 07, 2017

Dime Novels Are Finding A New Audience In The Digital Age
Northern Public Radio, March 02, 2017

NIU College of Education to examine children’s ‘screen time’ at March 23 panel discussion
Rochelle News-Leader, March 02, 2017

After-school Programs Foster STEM Skills
U.S. News & World Report, March 01, 2017

What happened to winter?
Rochelle News-Leader, March 01, 2017

What the BDSM Community Can Teach a Kinky World
Psychology Today, February 27, 2017

Why Trans* Students Matter
The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 23, 2017

The Opening Bell: US Construction and Business
WGN Radio, February 20, 2017

Open New Doors with the Common Reading Experience
Study Breaks, February 20, 2017

How a suburban piano-tuner ended up with a Grammy
Daily Herald, February 19, 2017

Study Examines Life History of Imperiled Rattlesnake
Science Newsline, February 17, 2017

Will Mexico Pay For The Wall? Experts Pick Sides
WalletHub, February 16, 2017

What winter? Warm temps and a lack of snow have been the norm this year
The Ogle County Life, February 16, 2017

Your Brain on BDSM: Why Getting Spanked and Tied Up Makes You Feel High
Broadly., February 16, 2017

Keep ’em separated: How not to bring your work stress home with you
Yahoo! Finance Canada, February 14, 2017

Northern Illinois University Professor, Alum Win Grammy Awards
CBS-2 Chicago, February 14, 2017

Quincy native part of Grammy winning performance
WGEM-Quincy, February 14, 2017

Freeport Black History Month: Deacon Davis founded NIU’s CHANCE program
The Freeport Journal Standard, February 13, 2017

QHS grad picks up first Grammy win
The Quincy Herald-Whig, February 13, 2017

Fifty Shades of HEALTH: Four surprising benefits of kinky sex
The London Daily Mail, February 13, 2017

Fossils help forecast the future
National Science Foundation, February 12, 2017

Former NIU Trustee Appointed To State Board Of Higher Education
Northern Public Radio, February 10, 2017

13 facts about flirting that single — and married — people should know
Business Insider Singapore, February 10, 2017

Why ice sheets could be vulnerable to significant retreat and rapidly rising seas on a warming planet
Science360, February 10, 2017

Making dreams come true
Science360, February 10, 2017

You Need To Deal With Your Work Stress. Here’s How
Time Magazine, February 09, 2017

Kids Coding Games To Cope With Racism
BlackMattersUS, February 09, 2017

Video Games Show What War Is Really Like, Life Through Black Teens’ Eyes
DNA Info, February 08, 2017

Historic Vote On DeVos Offers Clues To Remaining Nominees’ Fate
Northern Public Radio, February 08, 2017

Controversial New Education Secretary’s Impact May Be Limited
Northern Public Radio, February 08, 2017

Muslims look to their faith as Trump’s policies loom large
Medill Reports Chicago, February 06, 2017

Weighing fear and danger in Rockford as the city’s violent crime rate rises
Rockford Register Star, February 04, 2017

Heads Up: Is Program Evaluation Looking at the Wrong Sample?
MedPage Today, February 03, 2017

Graphic Novel Wins Best Book Award For Teens
Northern Public Radio, February 02, 2017

Artemus Ward analyzes Trump’s Supreme Court nominee
Fox-32 Chicago, February 01, 2017

Chicago Justice’s justice
Chicago Lawyer, February 01, 2017

Education dream: On the Record with Revela Odhuno
The MidWeek, February 01, 2017

NIU International Community Concerned About Effects of Federal Immigration Order
Northern Public Radio, January 31, 2017

Birch Creek jazz trio to present valentine concert
Green Bay Press-Gazette, January 31, 2017

NIU president, Illinois congressmen respond to Muslim immigration ban
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, January 31, 2017

Bullied kids suffer academically, too, study says
WPMT (FOX-43), January 31, 2017

NIU Professor Shares Experience From O’Hare Immigration Protests
Northern Public Radio, January 31, 2017

NIU’s ‘Star Wars’ STEM Saturday classes capture chidren’s imagination
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, January 30, 2017

Now trending, #PCStrong: Harvest Christian, NIU show support for Paulina Castro
The Elgin Courier-News, January 30, 2017

Fact and fiction: Author helps students mesh STEM with writing
The Bloomington Pantagraph, January 30, 2017

National Farm Medicine Center: Anthropologists Could Be Key to Improving Farm Safety
Growing Pennsylvania, January 30, 2017

Reflections On The Inauguration Day Protests
The Huffington Post, January 24, 2017

Colleges weigh sanctuary campus requests
The Aurora Beacon-News, January 24, 2017

‘Trans* in College’
Inside Higher Ed, January 24, 2017

Entrepreneur/educator Christopher Mitchell to speak at Jan. 27 ECC Black History Month kickoff breakfast
Daily Herald, January 23, 2017

Wisconsin communities named for diverse places, people
Associated Press, January 23, 2017

Unraveling The Berimbau, A Simple Instrument With A Trove Of Hidden Talents
National Public Radio, January 22, 2017

Bipartisan Congressional Effort Aimed at Protecting Undocumented DREAMERS
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, January 16, 2017

NIU students use holiday to teach children about Martin Luther King Jr.
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, January 16, 2017

My View: Trump’s big mistake at the Department of Labor
Rockford Register Star, January 14, 2017

Opinion: Ending Medicaid expansion will be moral disaster
Chicago Sun-Times, January 14, 2017

NIU Law Professor Colleen Boraca and Aurora Health Advocacy Clinic Featured in Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
Chicago Tribune, January 13, 2017

These Are the Top Online College and Graduate Degree Programs in Illinois
ChicagoInno, January 10, 2017

Learning to Speak Tech-Talk: A Digital Dictionary for the New Year
The Huffington Post, January 10, 2017

NIU Professor Calls Insanity Ruling In Rockford Murder Case ‘Rare’
Northern Public Radio, January 06, 2017

Unplugged holiday a low-tech family gift
The Aurora Beacon-News, January 06, 2017

Reed Scherer, Northern Illinois University – Fossils and Rising Sea Levels
Academic Minute, January 04, 2017

Five ways the Maker Movement can help catalyze a manufacturing renaissance
Brookings, January 04, 2017

Where suburbs shifted from Republican to Democrat by November
Daily Herald, December 30, 2016

Bison mania hits 95 miles west of Chicago as herd continues to grow
Chicago Tribune, December 30, 2016

Stress Is Making Your Dog Go Prematurely Gray
Good Housekeeping, December 27, 2016

Dogs may go gray when stressed, just like US presidents, study says
CNN, December 23, 2016

Dan Cataldi to retire, leaving impact on small businesses in Rockford area
Rockford Register Star, December 21, 2016

Book focuses on trans college student inclusion, experience
Windy City Times, December 20, 2016

Stress May Actually Trigger Gray Hair in Your Dog
Yahoo! News, December 20, 2016

New Study Finds That Stress Leads to Gray Hair in Dogs
People, December 20, 2016

Dogs go grey with stress, just like humans
Wired, December 20, 2016

Stress can make dogs go prematurely grey, say scientists
Yahoo! News, December 20, 2016

Stress makes dogs go grey as well as humans — new study
The Telegraph, December 19, 2016

Stress causes gray hair in dogs too
The London Daily Mail, December 19, 2016

Even Dogs Can Go Prematurely Gray
Seeker, December 19, 2016

Anxiety May Give Dogs Gray Hair
Live Science, December 19, 2016

The return of the bison: ‘Wild’ herds again roam Illinois, Iowa prairies
The Quad City Times, December 19, 2016

NIU Meteorologist Says Winter Weather Will Not Be A Repeat Of Last Year
Northern Public Radio, December 17, 2016

My View: Celebrating Rockford’s entrepreneurs: A look back and ahead
Rockford Register Star, December 17, 2016

Our View: Rockford moving up on the right kind of list
Rockford Register Star, December 15, 2016

We’re Here, We’re Queer, We’re Ghosts
Vice, December 15, 2016

Stress Can Even Make The Dog Go Prematurely Gray
The Huffington Post, December 12, 2016

Heads Up: Has CDC Concussion Awareness Program Flopped?
MedPage Today, December 08, 2016

Teaching journalism after election a tricky endeavor
Columbia Journalism Review, December 08, 2016

‘Crazy’ Vergara Embryo Case Could Open Floodgates
The Daily Beast, December 08, 2016

2 NIU seniors are finalists in NASA competition
Chicago Sun-Times, December 06, 2016

NIU President And Provost Weigh In On Next Phase Of Campus Reorganization Plan
Northern Public Radio, December 01, 2016

Yes, Winter Sunsets Are Shorter — But More Spectacular And Colorful, Too
DNA Info, December 01, 2016

Nighttime Tornadoes More Than Twice as Likely to Be Deadly
The Weather Channel, November 30, 2016

NIU Mongolian Throat Singer Brings Sounds Of Nature To Retirement Center
Peoria Public Radio, November 30, 2016

Two NIU Students Named Finalists in NASA's Space Race Startup Challenge
ChicagoInno, November 29, 2016

Local realtors invest in college engineering program
WREX, November 29, 2016

First students enrolled in RVC + NIU engineering program
WIFR, November 29, 2016

Trump may need Roberts’ vote when Supreme Court takes cases
Associated Press, November 26, 2016

NIU’s Mark Rosenbaum talks to WBEZ on airports as retail spaces (Part I)
WBEZ, November 23, 2016

NIU’s Mark Rosenbaum talks to WBEZ on airports as retail spaces (Part II)
WBEZ, November 23, 2016

As Immigration Debate Heats Up, Students Push to Expand Financial Aid
WTTW-11 Chicago, November 23, 2016

Young engineers propel prosthetics into the future
E&T Engineering and Technology, November 23, 2016

End of an Empire? A View of Clinton’s Loss and Trump’s Triumph from Haiti
CommonDreams, November 23, 2016

How Realistic Is the Way Amy Adams’ Character Hacks the Alien Language In Arrival? We Asked a Linguist.
Slate, November 22, 2016

13 facts about flirting that single – and married – people should know
Business Insider Australia, November 20, 2016

Honoring Transgender Individuals Lost To Violence, Recognizing Resilience
Northern Public Radio, November 18, 2016

There is An Acceptable Way To Break Up With A Friend. This Is It.
The Huffington Post, November 18, 2016

First-Ever Madagascar Dolphin Fossil Discovered
Live Science, November 11, 2016

All Your Questions About the Mindbending Plot of Arrival, Answered
True Viral News, November 11, 2016

Retired teacher headed to Antarctica for science
Associated Press, November 08, 2016

As The World Looks Elsewhere, Haiti’s Disaster Is Just Beginning
The Huffington Post, November 07, 2016

Trump’s unpopularity makes Lake County Republicans’ uphill battle steeper
Chicago Tribune, November 06, 2016

Winnebago County Juvenile Courts comply with order to end shackling
Rockford Register Star, November 06, 2016

University Presidents Speak Out on State Stopgap Budget
WTTW-11 Chicago, November 02, 2016

The science behind Kris Bryant’s swing
WGN-Channel 9, November 02, 2016

Dr. Suzanne Degges-White: 7 ways to talk politics without losing a friend
WGN Radio, October 25, 2016

NIU Biologists Use Drones To Monitor Bison’s Effect On Nachusa Grasslands
Northern Public Radio, October 22, 2016

Weekend Passport: Preserving Brazil’s Berimbau Music
WBEZ, October 14, 2016

Haiti: An Earthquake, A Hurricane, And Foreign Aid
WBEZ, October 12, 2016

Trump tape: No debate when it comes to sexual assault
The Aurora Beacon-News, October 12, 2016

New Rock Valley College president talks community, partnerships during 1st week on the job
WREX, October 11, 2016

Midday Fix: Aspiring violinist Sarah Valentiner and engineering student designer Oluseun Taiwo
WGN-Channel 9, October 10, 2016

District 428 hires Bradley Hawk as interim superintendent
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, October 04, 2016

Experts offer tips to Trump, Clinton for next debate
The Aurora Beacon-News, October 01, 2016

Student creates prosthetic hand so girl can master violin
The Aurora Beacon-News, September 30, 2016

Researchers Say This Kind of Sex Produces ‘Pleasant Altered States of Consciousness’
Complex, September 29, 2016

815: Rock River Valley could be place for the ‘next big idea’
Rockford Register Star, September 28, 2016

This Kind of Sex Can Create an Altered Mental State
Time Magazine, September 28, 2016

How did plankton end up on top of Antarctica’s mountains?
Ars Technica, September 26, 2016

Scientists Think They’ve Solved An Ancient Antarctic Mystery
Popular Science, September 21, 2016

Tiny Fossils Suggest Antarctica’s Largest Ice Sheet Could Collapse
Gizmodo, September 21, 2016

Antarctic Fossil Mystery Points to Warming Future
Seeker, September 21, 2016

Scientists may have solved a key riddle about Antarctica — and you’re not going to like the answer
The Washington Post, September 20, 2016

Northern Illinois University’s Reed Scherer talks rising sea level
The London Daily Mail, September 20, 2016

The Opening Bell: Helping Students Understand the Importance of ‘Social Entrepreneurship’
WGN Radio, September 20, 2016

NIU EIGERlab Hosts FastPitch Competition
WTVO, September 14, 2016

St. Laurence High School challenges the status quo
Daily Southtown, September 10, 2016

Improvisation at Work: A Labor Day Reflection
The Huffington Post, September 04, 2016

Meet the new presidents from three of Illinois’ largest bar groups
Chicago Lawyer, September 01, 2016

NIU student designs prosthetic for aspiring violinist born with 1 hand
ABC-7 Chicago, August 29, 2016

Battling bullying in creative ways: Local students embrace, showcase differences
WGN-Channel 9, August 29, 2016

NIU Law Professor Morse Tan Selected for Emerging Leaders Program by Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Patch, August 26, 2016

NIU-RVC welcome first engineering partnership students
Rockford Register Star, August 25, 2016

Soviet Power and the Destruction of Nature
Sean’s Russia Blog Podcast, August 25, 2016

NIU Huskie Food Pantry To Open For Academic Year
Northern Public Radio, August 22, 2016

What not to bring to college
ABC-7 Chicago, August 20, 2016

Students, parents crowd campus for NIU Move-In Day
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, August 19, 2016

NIU Students Move into Their Dorms
WTVO, August 19, 2016

Should we teach teens about BDSM in sex ed?
Mic, August 18, 2016

Northern Illinois University gets Smarter Segmentation
1to1 media, August 17, 2016

Dr. Suzanne Degges-White: Do your friends actually like you?
WGN Radio, August 15, 2016

Aimee Boorman, Simone Biles’ Chicago-born coach, is gymnastics’ ‘Ditka’
Chicago Tribune, August 14, 2016

It's wrong to automatically shackle juveniles in courts in Illinois and elsewhere
Rockford Register Star, August 14, 2016

Scientists Drill through 2,400 Feet of Antarctic Ice for Climate Clues
True Viral News, August 14, 2016

Ph.D student at NIU sees ‘real world’ benefits from ‘Pokémon Go’
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, August 14, 2016

One year later: NIU diversity chief to continue dialogues, awareness push
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, August 12, 2016

After-hours work emails upset family life
health24, August 11, 2016

Sherry Pritz: an entrepreneur helping entrepreneurs
Rockford Register Star, August 10, 2016

The newest weapon in the Asian carp fight: Alligator fish
The Christian Science Monitor, July 29, 2016

New law dean at NIU not tied to the classroom
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, July 29, 2016

Bounty of corn crop contributing to hot, sticky, stormy summer
WGN-Channel 9, July 26, 2016

Family orientation a reminder of college days at NIU
The Lake County News-Sun, July 26, 2016

Building A Better Petunia
Northern Public Radio, July 25, 2016

After Tough Childhood In 8 Foster Homes, Chicagoan Will Graduate College
DNA Info, July 25, 2016

Could Paul Ryan Go The Way Of Eric Cantor?
Northern Public Radio, July 22, 2016

It’s not just the heat: Crops increase humidity
The (Willmar, Minn.) West Central Tribune, July 20, 2016

What Pokemon Go Means for Our Augmented Reality Future
ChicagoInno, July 18, 2016

Jazz Up Glen Ellyn brings guitarist Fareed Haque home
Daily Herald, July 15, 2016

Unshackling kids in court
Illinois Times, July 14, 2016

NIU K-9 Officer Receives Bullet & Stab Proof Vest
WTVO, July 14, 2016

Community Members Say Empathy Is Key In Understanding Racial Tensions
Northern Public Radio, July 12, 2016

Northern Illinois University gets funding, but doesn't know when stalled construction project will resume
American School & University, July 11, 2016

NIU officials: No timeline set for Stevens Building construction
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, July 10, 2016

Stopgap budget again leaves out MAP grants
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, July 07, 2016

Minor Maestros: Students participate in summer chamber music workshops
The MidWeek, July 06, 2016

The New Director of the Center for Black Studies at Northern Illinois University
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, July 05, 2016

Stopgap Funding Shores Up NIU
Northern Public Radio, July 04, 2016

NIU Gets More Than $15M For Stevens Building Construction
Northern Public Radio, July 04, 2016

NIU dean retires after 30 years on campus
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, July 03, 2016

Stopgap measure has something for many groups
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, July 01, 2016

Poet Interprets Scenes From Lives of Writers Who Inspired Her
Northern Public Radio, June 18, 2016

Registration nears 500 for STEM summer camps
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, June 17, 2016

College of DuPage and Northern Illinois University Announce Articulation Agreement for Bachelor of Science Degree in Technology
Chicago Tribune, June 07, 2016

The Essentials of Critical Thinking
the end of the internet, June 07, 2016

What Consolidation Means For Rural School Districts
Northern Public Radio, June 06, 2016

Waukegan family from Honduras details challenges amid rise in immigrant students in Lake County
The Waukegan News-Sun, June 03, 2016

Uncovering Glidden Family History One Layer At A Time
Northern Public Radio, June 03, 2016

Can Cities Create Their Own Thunderstorms?
Forbes, June 01, 2016

Reading, Writing, Magnetism ...
Cool Physics, June 01, 2016

NIU Retiree Rose From Student To Dean
Northern Public Radio, May 30, 2016

Update: Scientists emanate ‘magnetic assign ice’
Global News Connect, May 28, 2016

A Bunny & An NIU Connection: New Book In STEM Children's Series Debuts This Month
Northern Public Radio, May 24, 2016

Nocturnal tornadoes: Dangerous twisters in the night
News 13 - Orlando, May 23, 2016

US scientists create new material that could help form new computing technologies
The Indian Express, May 23, 2016

Rewritable artificial magnetic charge ice
Science, May 20, 2016

Prosperous Mexican Farms Suck Up Water, Leaving Villages High and Dry
The New York Times, May 19, 2016

Researchers create 'rewritable magnetic charge ice', May 19, 2016

Korean War vet gets his diploma after missing 1953 graduation
ABC-7 Chicago, May 14, 2016

Retired Navy Veteran Donning Cap And Gown At NIU 63 Years Later
WBBM-780, May 13, 2016

Decades Late, But Still Important: 1953 NIU Grad Picks Up Diploma
Northern Public Radio, May 13, 2016

Korean War veteran, 85, finally will walk on NIU commencement stage
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, May 13, 2016

Korean War vet gets diploma after 63 years
WREX, May 13, 2016

Decorated Korean War Veteran Receives Diploma
WTVO, May 13, 2016

Korean War Vet Returns to NIU To Pick Up Diploma
WIFR, May 13, 2016

Literacy clinic opens new Little Free Library in Sycamore
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, May 10, 2016

NIU Professor Tackles Head Injuries In Sports
WTVO, May 10, 2016

Late sax great Johnny Griffin still inspiring jazz comrades
Chicago Tribune, May 10, 2016

NIU-DeKalb's second annual ARTigras celebrates the arts
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, May 08, 2016

Celebrating Mother's Day? Make sure you have the date right
National Public Radio, May 07, 2016

U.S. To Ship Peanuts To Feed Haitian Kids; Aid Groups Say 'This Is Wrong'
National Public Radio, May 05, 2016

What Lies Beneath Thick Antarctic Ice Sheet?
Sci-News, May 04, 2016

Eric Dannenmaier Named Dean Of Northern Illinois Law
The Faculty Lounge, May 02, 2016

Hidden World Discovered Buried Beneath Antarctica
IFL Science, May 02, 2016

International Students At NIU: A Perspective
Northern Public Radio, May 02, 2016

McHenry County dispatchers talk job stress, ways to cope with trauma, May 02, 2016

Acting Dean Will Head NIU College Of Education
Northern Public Radio, April 29, 2016

New museum in Mount Olive, Ill., will celebrate the legacy of labor activist Mother Jones
St. Louis Public Radio, April 29, 2016

Mark Schuller: Humanitarian Aftershocks in Haiti
New Books Network, April 28, 2016

Chicago Twins Get 62 College Acceptances, Score More Than $1M in Scholarships
NBC News, April 28, 2016

NIU Names 'Collaborative Leader' To Head College Of Business
Northern Public Radio, April 28, 2016

Tattoo Copyrights May Finally Get Their Day In Court
Law360, April 28, 2016

Goldfish or Asian carp? Why it matters in the Great Lakes.
The Christian Science Monitor, April 27, 2016

Food allergies of low-income kids are poorly managed
MedicalXpress, April 27, 2016

The hottest job in physics?
Symmetry Magazine, April 26, 2016

NIU's Diversity Dialogue focuses on religious issues
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 21, 2016

NIU student Christina Monson talks lemons, Lyme
Fox-32 Chicago, April 21, 2016

25 Local People Who Inspire: Dan Cataldi, Executive Director, NIU EIGERlab
Northwest Quarterly, April 21, 2016

NIU professor from Batavia fights species extinction
Kane County Chronicle, April 20, 2016

Monkey teeth tell tale of ancient migration
Nature, April 20, 2016

NIU And China: The Case Of BTBU
Northern Public Radio, April 18, 2016

Students, staff volunteer during 10th annual NIU Cares Day
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 17, 2016

Tackling toxic bosses
Friday Magazine, April 15, 2016

NIU Vets Hold 24-Hour Camp Out For Homelessness
Northern Public Radio, April 14, 2016

Repelling the Invaders
Popular Science, April 13, 2016

Study finds sprawl is creating bigger target for tornadoes
Rock River Times, April 13, 2016

Sleeping out for homeless veterans at NIU
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 13, 2016

Can We Teach Robots To Be Moral?
ChicagoInno, April 12, 2016

Cheap Trick: The band's iconic look, love of music is key to longevity
Rockford Register Star, April 12, 2016

NIU Student Association Senate Appoints First Female Speaker
Northern Public Radio, April 11, 2016

RISING FROM DISASTER: One Year After the Stateline Superstorm
WTVO, April 09, 2016

Female recruits at Great Lakes get iconic 'Dixie cup' hats
The Lake County News-Sun, April 09, 2016

Suburban Sprawl Like A Bullseye For Tornadoes: NIU Study
WBBM-780, April 09, 2016

Increase in Tornado Severity Throughout the South
The LaFayette Sun, April 08, 2016

After professor’s sudden death, NIU students perform midterm plays in her honor
The MidWeek, April 08, 2016

Darwin’s Cage Match
Hakai Magazine, April 07, 2016

Will the Justices swear on the lives of their children?
The Manila Times, April 03, 2016

Never sacrifice these things for the sake of your job
The Hans India, April 02, 2016

Breaking the Wheel
Marie Claire, April 01, 2016

Some of Chicago's top musicians mentor to keep jazz alive
Chicago Tribune, April 01, 2016

Archeologists dig into Glidden Homestead in DeKalb
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, March 31, 2016

WGN Radio’s The Opening Bell spotlights NIU’s MBA program
WGN Radio, March 30, 2016

NZ methods earn praise
The Otago Daily Times, March 30, 2016

Our View: Want to make cool stuff? Become an engineer
Rockford Register Star, March 26, 2016

Chicago area sees greatest population loss of any major U.S. city, region in 2015
Chicago Tribune, March 25, 2016

NIU researcher says what he found with concussion changed how he watches football
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, March 25, 2016

Kishwaukee College, NIU sign tech program transfer agreement
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, March 23, 2016

NIU panel discusses impact of First Amendment on public dialogue
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, March 23, 2016

Pest-free islands create big conservation gains
Scoop, March 22, 2016

To Save Native Island Animals from Extinction, Eradicate the Uninvited Guests
The Los Angeles Times, March 22, 2016

Eradicating Invasive Mammals Helps Native Island Species Thrive
Newsweek, March 22, 2016

New Zealand leads world in island conservation
Radio New Zealand, March 22, 2016

NZ a world leader in pest eradication techniques
Newshub, March 22, 2016

Guest view: Why science should matter to presidential candidates
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, March 22, 2016

When the Killing’s Done, Island Wildlife Roars Back
Yahoo! News, March 21, 2016

Conservation Silver Bullet?
BirdLife International, March 21, 2016

When the Killing’s Done, Island Wildlife Roars Back, March 21, 2016

When the Killing’s Done, Island Wildlife Roars Back, March 21, 2016

Study shows biodiversity benefits of removing invasive mammals from islands
The Santa Cruz Sentinel, March 18, 2016

Merrick Garland named as President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee
FOX-32 Chicago, March 18, 2016

President’s Pick
ABC-7 Chicago, March 18, 2016

SCOTUS Nominee Is A Hot Potato For Some Republicans
Northern Public Radio, March 18, 2016

SCOTUS Nominee Is A Hot Potato For Some Republicans
Northern Public Radio, March 18, 2016

Eyes on Illinois: GOP, Democratic presidential primaries will have national impact
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, March 15, 2016

Election 2016: Plenty of Rockford area candidates running unopposed this primary
Rockford Register Star, March 12, 2016

NIU study investigates effects of ‘telepressure’
FOX-32 Chicago, March 09, 2016

Opinion: The human toll of no state budget
Chicago Sun-Times, March 09, 2016

These Districts Are Safe, But 14 Is Safer Than 8
Northern Public Radio, March 09, 2016

Establishment Congressman Versus Insurgent In GOP Primary
Northern Public Radio, March 08, 2016

The Global Community Has the Power To Stop North Korea’s Aggression
The National Law Journal, March 07, 2016

NIU Staff Meteorologist Gilbert Sebenste talks spring weather safety
WREX, March 06, 2016

DeKalb event uses technology to solve real-world problems
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, March 06, 2016

Facebook pages shaping Fox Valley community news
The Elgin Courier-News, March 05, 2016

Expert Says Apple, FBI Should Be Patient In Resolving Issue Of Unlocking iPhone Belonging To San Bernardino Gunman
WBBM-780, March 05, 2016

NIU EIGERlab working hard to make Rockford a leader in manufacturing innovation
WTVO, March 04, 2016

$1 Million Gift Gives 50 Students a Shot at College at NIU
DeKalb County Online, March 04, 2016

Listen Up, Candidates: Science Matters, and Here's Why
Scientific American, March 01, 2016

Pass The Torch: Meet These Robot Wranglers
Northern Public Radio, February 29, 2016

Midday Fix: Dr. Larry Lurio discusses the history of leap year
WGN-Channel 9, February 29, 2016

Examining the Lack of Diversity in TV and Film
WBEZ, February 26, 2016

Expert Shines Light On Politics Inside Supreme Court
Northern Public Radio, February 26, 2016

‘On This Day in Poetry History,’ by Amy Newman
The New York Times, February 26, 2016

1660s Or 1960s, NIU Production Fab
Northern Public Radio, February 25, 2016

Our View: RVC, NIU make path to engineering degree a bit smoother
Rockford Register Star, February 24, 2016

NIU, RVC launch campaign to support new engineering degree program in Rockford
Rockford Register Star, February 24, 2016

Big Support In Kick-Off Of RVC/NIU Engineering Program Campaign
Northern Public Radio, February 24, 2016

NIU-RVC engineering program to get financial backing from community partners
WREX, February 24, 2016

New Scholarship Opportunities Offered at RVC
WIFR, February 24, 2016

The Pressure You Feel to Quickly Respond to Messages Is Probably Causing Burnout
ChicagoInno, February 22, 2016

Face Time with ... NIU professor Brianno Coller
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, February 21, 2016

Many 911 dispatchers struggle with the emotional impacts of their job
WREX, February 19, 2016

Artemus Ward discusses Scalia replacement
Fox-32 Chicago, February 17, 2016

Mentors help reduce employees' stress and burnout, study shows
The Charlotte News & Observer, February 16, 2016

Republicans Might Gamble On Delaying Scalia Successor Until 2017
WBBM-780, February 15, 2016

Scalia's death a statistical rarity for Supreme Court
CBS News, February 15, 2016

Political Conflicts Surround Justice Scalia's Successor
Northern Public Radio, February 15, 2016

Be mine, bestie! Celebrate the (real) love of your life this Valentine's Day
Today, February 12, 2016

Will there be a cure for cancer in our lifetime?
FOX-32 Chicago, February 12, 2016

Urgent call for action issued at NIU budget stalemate rally
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, February 11, 2016

College student leaders rally at NIU for a state budget
WREX, February 11, 2016

NIU and Kishwaukee College Rally for State Budget
WIFR, February 11, 2016

Are Texts, Email, Instant Messages Causing Too Much Stress For Students?
WBBM-780, February 11, 2016

A play within a play: 'The Real Thing' brings question of love, perception
WBBM-780, February 04, 2016

Six Things You Don't Owe Your Boss
Forbes, February 02, 2016

DeKalb County gets economic surge from state football championships
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, January 25, 2016

For Illinois's Public Colleges, No State Money Means Plenty of Pain
The Chronicle of Higher Education, January 21, 2016

Cure for cancer? Not so fast, President Obama
MarketWatch, January 14, 2016

Is the cure for cancer real or rhetoric?
CNN, January 14, 2016

NIU, Rockford University pledge full support to MAP grant students
Rockford Register Star, January 08, 2016

North Korea’s nuclear test is a ‘desperate’ show of strength
Al Jazeera America, January 06, 2016

Science adventure: Author's fictional stuffed bunny books teach about STEM topics
The MidWeek, January 05, 2016

Your Money Matters: Bad bosses
WGN-Channel 9, December 28, 2015

Northern Illinois University to weigh grades, ACT scores more equally
Rockford Regsiter Star, December 20, 2015

NIU EIGERlab Helps Rockford to Meet the Future
Northwest Quarterly, December 18, 2015

FUMC choir filmed for 'This Week in Agribusiness' Christmas special
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, December 17, 2015

NIU critical to regional economy, officials say
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, December 11, 2015

Northern Illinois University new economic impact study
WREX, December 10, 2015

NIU Professor Delivers 500 Christmas Gifts for Teens
WIFR, December 09, 2015

Avalon String Quartet in Review
New York Concert Review Inc., December 09, 2015

NIU Professor Delivers 500 Christmas Gifts for Teens
WIFR, December 09, 2015

3DPlatform Joins with NIU EIGERlab
WIFR, December 08, 2015

NIU Encourages Students To ‘Say Something Nice’ During Finals Week
WZOK-97.5 FM, December 08, 2015

10 Illinois Startups To Watch Based Outside Of Chicago
ChicagoInno, December 07, 2015

Printing the future: Roscoe company's 3-D printers could help Rockford, world remake manufacturing
Rockford Regsiter Star, December 05, 2015

NIU Play: Making It Up As You Go Along
Northern Public Radio, December 04, 2015

Montini Catholic Students Visit Northern Illinois University's Robotics Club
Chicago Tribune, December 03, 2015

Opinion: Indifference to refugees is shameful
Chicago Sun-Times, December 02, 2015

Can technology make large classes at suburban schools better?
Daily Herald, November 30, 2015

Northern Illinois teacher named Professor of the Year
Chicago Tribune, November 26, 2015

NIU professors: Gov’s role on refugees limited
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, November 25, 2015

Assignment turns to yuletide outreach for team of NIU students
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, November 24, 2015

Professor of the Year's Northern Illinois University classroom is playground for budding engineers
Rockford Regsiter Star, November 19, 2015

Bad Boss Behavior Starts at Home
Business News Daily, November 13, 2015

Baker On Budget: Higher Education ‘United’
Northern Public Radio, November 12, 2015

Baker On Budget: Higher Education ‘United’
Northern Public Radio, November 12, 2015

NIU EIGERlab Opens New Co-Working Space for Entrepreneurs
WIFR, November 11, 2015

NIU Rockford Adds New Partnership Towards New Frontier in Digital Manufacturing
WTVO, November 10, 2015

Northern Illinois University celebrates 20 years of collaboration in Rockford
Rockford Regsiter Star, November 10, 2015

Chicago's Digital Manufacturing Hub Expands to Rockford
ChicagoInno, November 09, 2015

UI Labs to open DMDII branch in Rockford
Chicago Tribune, November 09, 2015

Rockford To Have Increased Role In Digital Manufacturing Lab
Northern Public Radio, November 09, 2015

Digital Manufacturing Chapter Opening in Rockford
WIFR, November 09, 2015

Premier Midwest research lab taps Rockford and Northern Illinois University to advance digital manufacturing
Rockford Regsiter Star, November 09, 2015

El Niño may mean a mild winter for DeKalb County
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, November 08, 2015

NIU Offering Dual Credit
WBGZ, November 08, 2015

Bilingualism a Key to Addressing Changing Workforce
Huffington Post, November 06, 2015

KCC And NIU Create New Degree Pathways
Peotone Vedette, November 05, 2015

The El Niño Effect: a monster El Niño may give us a very warm winter
WREX, November 05, 2015

Demand is Growing for Bilingual College Grads
Rosetta Stone: LinguaVore, November 04, 2015

NIU uses Google Glass for job training
Fox-32 Chicago, November 01, 2015

Bad bosses may have family stress
Chicago Tribune, October 30, 2015

Google Glass Could Provide Job Training For Students With Autism, NIU Professors Find
ChicagoInno, October 29, 2015

Highland, NIU strike deal that offers four-year degrees while staying local
Freeport Journal-Standard, October 27, 2015

Highland Community College partners with NIU
WREX, October 27, 2015

Society isn't all white, so why is our kids' literature?
The State Press, October 27, 2015

9 Colleges With Actual ‘Game Of Thrones’ Courses
MTV, October 27, 2015

Students Create Apps at Northern Illinois University Hackathon
U.S. News & World Report, October 22, 2015

Choir Connects With Audience, Each Other
Northern Public Radio, October 14, 2015

NIU, Sauk Valley Partner To Make Degrees Convenient
Northern Public Radio, October 14, 2015

Next Speaker Could Come From WNIJ Area
Northern Public Radio, October 14, 2015

Bandwagon business: How Chicago Cubs playoff run alters economic activity in Rockford area
Rockford Regsiter Star, October 14, 2015

NIU, Sauk sign partnership deals, October 13, 2015

NIU’s James Cohen talks bilingualism to WGN-Channel 9
WGN-Channel 9, October 10, 2015

NIU’s Bryan McCormick talks about the personal lives of bosses to WGN Radio
WGN Radio, October 09, 2015

Preparing our future workforce through collaboration, knowledge and design
Smart Business, October 05, 2015

Dwight Yost King remembered for global influence
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, October 04, 2015

Doctor-law student partnership to help poor is thriving in Aurora
Daily Herald, October 02, 2015

Researcher talks HIV/AIDS treatment as prevention at NIU
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, October 02, 2015

How El Niño could affect Chicago’s winter
WBEZ, October 01, 2015

Should a Syllabus Ever Tell Students What Not to Say?
The Chronicle of Higher Education, September 30, 2015

NIU students find community in LGBTQA dormitory cluster, September 30, 2015

IVCC, NIU partner for technology bachelor's degree
The LaSalle NewsTribune, September 30, 2015

It Pays To Be Bilingual, Especially For Teachers
Northern Public Radio, September 29, 2015

Collaboration is an Art Form, September 28, 2015

Habla espanol? Local employers say it's increasingly important
Chicago Tribune, September 28, 2015

Students gather to write code, create apps during NIU Hackathon
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, September 27, 2015

Ability to speak Spanish gaining major workplace value
WGEM, September 27, 2015

Northern Illinois University offers new language certificate
WREX, September 24, 2015

NIU’s Katharina Barbe talks bilingualism to WGN-720 AM radio
WGN Radio, September 23, 2015

When friend envy happens: 6 ways to soothe those 'tender spots'
Today, September 18, 2015

To Howl: A Feminist Take on Ginsberg's Howl
Huffington Post, September 15, 2015

Chicago to track an 'Array of Things' to improve livability
WBEZ, September 15, 2015

NIU’s former mascot Diesel dies after bout with cancer
WGN-Channel 9, September 07, 2015

Burr Ridge man spends summer on Antarctica project
Chicago Tribune, September 07, 2015

NIU Offering Free Tuition As Incentive For Attending Football Games
WBBM-780, September 03, 2015

Teens Tackle Social Issues, Technology, And Art Through A Retro Video Game Installation
ChicagoInno, August 31, 2015

Rock Valley College, Northern Illinois University to inspire girls and minorities to become engineers
Rockford Regsiter Star, August 29, 2015

Illinois law aims to prevent multiple concussions in children
WREX, August 28, 2015

Learning After Summer Break
Fox-32 Chicago, August 26, 2015

Northern Illinois University Psychology Program Receives Federal Grant to Train Students
WREX, August 26, 2015

Our View: Rock Valley, NIU team up to create innovators for region
Rockford Regsiter Star, August 24, 2015

Northern Illinois University and Rock Valley College announce Rockford engineering partnership
Rockford Regsiter Star, August 24, 2015

Students Can Earn NIU Engineering Degrees In Rockford
Northern Public Radio, August 24, 2015

Rock Valley College, Northern Illinois University Announce New Partnership
WTVO, August 24, 2015

NIU and RVC announce collaborative engineering program
WREX, August 24, 2015

RVC and NIU Announce Partnership for Engineering Program
WIFR, August 24, 2015

OT for checking email? Verdict nears on lawsuit by Chicago cops
Chicago Tribune, August 24, 2015

NIU Offers Free-Tuition Incentive For Football Attendance
Northern Public Radio, August 20, 2015

Toxic Friends
WGN Radio, August 20, 2015

Midday Fix: Tips for battling bullying
WGN-Channel 9, August 19, 2015

Amy Newman's 'Howl': An Homage to the Genius of Allen Ginsberg
Huffington Post, August 19, 2015

This vehicle gets more than 1,000 miles per gallon
CNN, August 07, 2015

NIU engages, uplifts neighbors
Racing Towards Diversity, August 07, 2015

Giving Back: Randiss Hopkins
Racing Towards Diversity, August 07, 2015

Northern Illinois University to offer LGBT housing, Rockford campuses gain student interest
Rockford Regsiter Star, July 30, 2015

1st Ever Geek Street Festival in Daley Plaza to Engage Kids in “STEAM”
CBS2-Chicago, July 22, 2015

Mayor John Rey, NIU President Doug Baker, City Manager Anne Marie Gaura deliver Dekalb's 2015 State of the City address
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, July 21, 2015

Girl Power: STEM Divas Camp Encourages Girls to Tackle Male Dominated Field
WTVO-Channel 17, July 21, 2015

Nerd Alert! Google's 'Geek Street' To Bring Gizmos to Daley Plaza
DNAinfo, July 21, 2015

After being tracked for two years, DeKalb County turtle goes missing
DeKalb Daily Chroincle, July 19, 2015

Giving Back: Randiss Hopkins learned community at NIU
Racing Toward Diversity magazine, July 16, 2015

Camp Power participants spend time with NIU football team
Daily Chronicle, July 15, 2015

Former Chicago provost to head first NIU diversity office
Daily Chronicle, July 10, 2015

Focus on Family: Preventing rude teens from becoming rude adults
WGN-Channel 9, July 07, 2015

Children's Books Still Overwhelmingly White
Northern Public Radio, June 18, 2015

Children's Books Still Overwhelmingly White
Northern Public Radio, June 18, 2015

A White Children's Book World? It Still Is, Says New Study's Author
NBC News, June 11, 2015

A White Children's Book World? It Still Is, Says New Study's Author
NBC News, June 11, 2015

Summer reading break hurts low-income students
WREX, June 08, 2015

Summer reading break hurts low-income students
WREX, June 08, 2015

Health Care for Some: Rights and Rationing in the United States since 1930
New Books in Medicine, May 28, 2015

The Price of a Boss’s Bad Behavior: $226 Million
Wall Street Journal, May 21, 2015

Spike Lee breaks silence on controversial 'Chiraq' film
Fox-32 Chicago, May 14, 2015

NIU professor from Naperville safe after Nepal quake
Daily Herald, April 27, 2015

NIU professor reports on devastation he’s seen in Kathmandu
WGN Channel 9, April 27, 2015

A college course focusing on Game of Thrones
Fox Business, April 21, 2015

NIU Using “Game Of Thrones” To Teach About Media And History
WBBM radio, April 16, 2015

EIGERlab to move to NIU-Rockford campus
WREX, April 15, 2015

NIU class on 'Game of Thrones' covers both history and TV
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 15, 2015

NIU Steel Band Legends Keep On Inspiring
Northern Public Radio, April 13, 2015

NIU meteorologist shares tornado photos
ABC 7 Eyewitness News - Chicago, April 11, 2015

Rochelle tornado 'stuck out like a sore thumb' for meteorologists
Rockford Register Star, April 11, 2015

Storm Chaser Captures 90 Minutes Of Fury In Northern Illinois
CBS Chicago - Channel 2, April 10, 2015

Jay Leno Helps Shell Promote Its Annual Fuel Efficiency Challenge
Adweek, April 08, 2015

Superconducting Test Accelerator Achieves First Electron Beam
Lab Manager, April 03, 2015

Do Protests Impact Whether and How People Vote?, April 02, 2015

Senators Propose Manufacturing Grant
WIFR, April 02, 2015

NIU Students Working On Fuel-Efficient Car For Shell Eco-Marathon
WBBM radio, March 18, 2015

My phone ate my life
ITWeb, March 18, 2015

NIU aims to expand entrepreneurship with Rockford EIGERlab acquisition
Rockford Register Star, March 17, 2015

NIU's Corral brings her 'A' game to court and classroom
Daily Herald, March 13, 2015

Creston School partnering with NIU
Rochelle News Leader, March 13, 2015

NIU credits can be used to finish ECC degree
Chicago Tribune, March 11, 2015

NIU Teaming Up With Elgin Community College
WBBM radio, March 10, 2015

NIU, ECC ink deal allowing reverse credit transfer
Daily Herald, March 10, 2015

Partnership with arts group brings international acts to DeKalb
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, March 04, 2015

Pickin' Up Skills From A Guitar Master
Northern Public Radio, March 04, 2015

New, more chilling film clip of Eastland disaster emerges
Chicago Tribune, February 26, 2015

Culture association headquarters moving to NIU
Daily Herald, February 25, 2015

Second Eastland Disaster Archived Film Located by NIU Graduate
WTTW, February 25, 2015

Deep Under Antarctic Ice Sheet, Life!
Voice of America, February 25, 2015

McGraths support NIU entrepreneurship programs
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, February 23, 2015

Thunderstorms are more common in cities than in the countryside - and it's all thanks to pollution
Daily Mail, February 20, 2015

Someone You Should Know: Singer, Author Robert Sims
CBS Chicago - Channel 2, February 20, 2015

NIU Faculty Seeks Funding For Addressing Youth Concussion Education Progress
Northern Public Radio, February 13, 2015

Science for 'girly-girls' -- new NIU program hits Naperville
Daily Herald, February 12, 2015

Mike and Kristina McGrath Support NIU College of Business and Entrepreneurship Program
Chicago Tribune, February 12, 2015

South Pole Discovery
WTTW, February 10, 2015

Never tried BDSM? Go on, it’s good for you
The Guardian, February 09, 2015

Fish Under Antarctic Ice
CBC Radio, February 07, 2015

Can Bondage Play Reduce Anxiety?
New York Magazine, February 03, 2015

The 50 Most Underrated Colleges In America
Business Insider, January 29, 2015

Football Physics: Why Deflated Balls Are Easier to Catch
Live Science, January 23, 2015

Fish found living beneath 740 metre-thick roof of ice in Antarctica, January 22, 2015

Antarctic fish shows how life can thrive just about anywhere
Christian Science Monitor, January 22, 2015

It's Alive! Fish Discovered Under Half-Mile of Antarctic Ice
NBC News, January 22, 2015

Fish Live Under Antarctica’s Ice Shelf, Where It Seems They Shouldn’t Survive, January 22, 2015

Stunned scientists find FISH beneath 2,400ft-thick Antarctic ice sheet - and they could be getting energy from Earth's core
Daily Mail, January 22, 2015

Pigskin Physics: What's the Big Deal About Deflated Footballs?
NBC News, January 21, 2015

Discovery: Fish Live Beneath Antarctica
Scientific American, January 21, 2015

Mothers and Daughters
BYU Radio: The Matt Townsend Show, December 09, 2014

NIU paleontologist named state’s “Professor of the Year”
Rockford Register Star, December 04, 2014

NIU Students Collect Gifts for Foster Teens
WIFR, December 04, 2014

NIU, RPS Leaders To Discuss Education With The President
WTVO, December 03, 2014

Local sculptor lives, works in DeKalb studio
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, December 01, 2014

Would You Kiss Your Own Boss With that Mouth? The Art of Swearing at Work
Canton Repository, December 01, 2014

At Work: Stressed at the Office? Blame Your Email
Wall Street Journal, November 30, 2014

Researchers cite new health peril: ‘Workplace telepressure’
Toronto Globe and Mail, November 26, 2014

Tablet computers users face muscle problems
Pakistan Daily Times, November 26, 2014

Researchers cite new health peril: ‘Workplace telepressure’
The Globe and Mail, November 26, 2014

A pain in the neck: Study finds those who type on tablet computers face muscle problems and shoulder strain
The Daily Mail, November 26, 2014

The Career Hazard You Never Expected: Your Email, Study Says
Forbes, November 25, 2014

The rise of telepressuring: time to put down the phone?
HC Online, November 24, 2014

Stressed at Work? Blame Your Email
Wall Street Journal, November 24, 2014

Elgin man named Illinois Professor of the Year
Daily Herald, November 20, 2014

NIU Faculty Member "Illinois Professor of the Year"
Northern Public Radio, November 20, 2014

NIU primatologist named 2014 Illinois professor of the year
Chicago Tribune, November 20, 2014

NIU primatologist named 2014 Illinois professor of the year
Chicago Tribune, November 20, 2014

NIU Faculty Member "Illinois Professor of the Year"
WNIJ, November 20, 2014

NIU Author A 'Best American' Writer
Northern Public Radio, November 14, 2014

Don’t open that email just because it showed up
Kansas City Star, November 13, 2014

Work texts after hours can be harmful to your health
The Arizona Republic, November 11, 2014

Back to Antarctica, a little delayed, for NIU scientists
Daily Herald, November 10, 2014

Winter is coming: Why forecasters love a good vortex
Marketplace Business, November 10, 2014

Jeppson receives statewide honor
LaSalle News Tribune, October 21, 2014

The E-Body
First Business News, October 14, 2014

Typing on a Tablet Can Put a Strain on Your Shoulders
Wall Street Journal, October 13, 2014

NIU program preps students for nonprofit world
Daily Herald, October 06, 2014

NIU preparing students in unique nonprofit program
WREX, September 26, 2014

Wearable devices & human cyborgs; Rockford area expert weighs in on future of technology
WREX, September 26, 2014

Reggie Thomas makes transition to lead NIU program
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, September 25, 2014

Update: NIU's Stevens Building Overhaul Is Halfway There
Northern Public Radio, September 23, 2014

Groundbreaking for New NIU Building
WIFR, September 22, 2014

Scholarship recipient hopes to teach art to students one day
Rockford Register Star, September 21, 2014

Ex-students fondly remember one-room schoolhouses
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 14, 2014

NIU Prepares For Role In Digital Manufacturing Lab
Northern Public Radio, September 09, 2014

Gov. hopeful Rauner visits NIU entrepreneurship class
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, September 03, 2014

State Leaders Introduce Cutting Edge Technology to Boost Manufacturing in the Stateline
WTVO, September 02, 2014

Rush Hour Concerts finds new artistic leader
Chicago Sun-Times, August 27, 2014

Extreme Life, Half A Mile Beneath The Antarctic Ice Sheet
Science 2.0, August 23, 2014

NIU installs new, improved basketball court
Chicago Tribune, August 20, 2014

Rebuilding Myanmar’s crippled universities from DeKalb
Chicago Tribune, August 09, 2014

Schilling playing catch up in 17th District funds race
Sauk Valley News, August 09, 2014

Gamer Heaven Tucked Inside NIU Library
Northern Public Radio, August 01, 2014

NIU plays role in world-class research that could change history
WREX, August 01, 2014

NIU scientists embark on big experiment into tiny particle
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, July 31, 2014

Massive magnet moves into home at Fermilab
ABC-7 Eyewitness News, July 30, 2014

Professor: Modern life setting the stage for robot rights
The MidWeek, July 28, 2014

Land a Spot in a Top Online Master's in Education Program
U.S. News & World Report, July 25, 2014

NIU exchange students visit FOX 32
FOX 32 News, July 23, 2014

Collections work for university museums
Chicago Tribune, July 18, 2014

Desde la Perspectiva — Jennifer Rosato
Hispanic Executive, July 16, 2014

Desde la Perspectiva — Jennifer Rosato
Hispanic Executive, July 16, 2014

How a player looked at a teammate's shoes and started a company
Chicago Tribune Blue Sky Originals, July 07, 2014

South Elgin man leads effort to rebuild Myanmar universities
Daily Herald, July 07, 2014

No permission needed: behind the scenes of an all-girl game development camp, July 03, 2014

Taiwanese Students Learn How To "Argue" At NIU Camp
Northern Public Radio, July 02, 2014

NIU Education Leader Sees Lack Of Diversity
Northern Public Radio, June 27, 2014

Rockford or NIU could land state basketball tourney
Rockford Register Star, June 21, 2014

Fareed Haque's latest gambit: Riffing with India's Saxophone Sisters
Chicago Tribune, June 19, 2014

Richard D. Felice to Be 138th President of Illinois State Bar Association
Daily Herald, June 17, 2014

Northern Illinois University President Douglas Baker Appointed Illinois Science and Technology Coalition and Institute Board Chair
ISTC, June 12, 2014

NIU and RVC offer reverse transfer program
WREX, May 28, 2014

NIU celebrates about 3,100 graduates
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, May 10, 2014

19-Year-Old to Graduate College
WIFR, May 09, 2014

Connecting Communities With Plants: NIU's 'Communiversity' Gardens
Northern Public Radio, May 08, 2014

Sexism Is Alive And Well In High School Science Classes, Study Says
Huffington Post, April 29, 2014

NIU student researches discrepancy in ancient Bible
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 25, 2014

My View: Northern Illinois University, state better with immigration reform
Rockford Register Star, April 01, 2014

Northern Illinois turns page on hardwood
Rockford Register Star, March 08, 2014

Vets and Pets Unite at NIU for a Good Cause
WTVO, March 06, 2014

NIU students learn from experience
WREX, March 06, 2014

Master plan for NIU campus being developed
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, February 26, 2014

NIU Included In Digital Manufacturing Lab
Northern Public Radio, February 25, 2014

Rockford area university partner in multi-million dollar manufacturing project
WREX, February 25, 2014

Chicago Tonight: NIU President
WTTW, February 20, 2014

WGN-AM: Northern Illinois University President Doug Baker
WGN-AM, February 20, 2014

The science behind figure skating, the half pipe and other Olympic sports
Washington Post, February 19, 2014

Remarkable Woman: Jennifer Rosato, dean of NIU College of Law
Chicago Tribune, February 02, 2014

Shrine Game gives Jordan Lynch chance to grow his stock
Tampa Bay , January 17, 2014

NIU alumna lands lead role in upcoming ‘Paranormal Activity’ movie, January 01, 2014

NIU Class and Professor Collect Gifts for Teens in Foster Care
WTVO, December 12, 2013

Lynch fulfilling boyhood dream: Heisman finalist brings pride to NIU and every overachieving MAC player he represents
Chicago Tribune, December 11, 2013

State Football Offers Showcase For NIU
WTVO, November 27, 2013

Jordan Lynch hopes to crash Heisman party; Huskies to bust BCS
Fansided, November 27, 2013

IHSA, NIU excited about state final weekend
Daily Herald, November 25, 2013

If Jordan Lynch Leads NIU to BCS Again, Will He Get Heisman Invite?
Bleacher Report, November 24, 2013

Surprise at Prairie Knolls assembly: Elgin teacher wins ‘Oscar of teaching’
Elgin Courier-News, November 20, 2013

Federal gov't shutdown aftermath freezes Rockford area's connection to Antarctica
WREX, October 22, 2013

APLU Announces Six Finalists for Inaugural Economic Prosperity University Awards, October 21, 2013

NIU games become a sold-out party
Rockford Register Star, October 15, 2013

Our view: CHANCE program brings progress
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, October 09, 2013

Federal Shutdown Impacting NIU Antarctic Research
WTVO, October 09, 2013

Shutdown could put NIU's Antarctica project on ice
Chicago Tribune, October 08, 2013

Mud worth more than gold
Science News for Kids, September 04, 2013

What will NIU do for an encore?
Daily Herald, August 30, 2013

Tom Phillips named new NIU police chief
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, August 29, 2013

Downtown DeKalb window displays show Huskies spirit
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, August 29, 2013

Cornelison performs national anthem at NIU
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, August 29, 2013

Proponents say immigration reform is the ‘moral’ thing to do
Naperville Sun, August 28, 2013

Northern Illinois looks to take that next step
Daily Herald, August 08, 2013

Changing the Culture of Sexual Assault Against Female Service Members
PBS Newshour, July 30, 2013

NIU's Jordan Lynch has Heisman hopes like Johnny Football
USA Today, July 23, 2013

Scientists testing submarine that will collect earthquake data
KGO-TV San Francisco, July 19, 2013

Unmanned sub to explore fault beneath Lake Tahoe
Los Angeles Times, July 18, 2013

Warrior Pursuits: Noble Culture and Civil Conflict in Early Modern France
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, July 15, 2013

NIU president Baker gets early start
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, June 29, 2013

Fossil of Unusual Human Ancestor Discovered
Wall Street Journal, June 05, 2013

Local Scientists Help Announce Discovery Of Oldest Primate Skeleton
WBBM radio, June 05, 2013

Early Human Ancestor Primate Tiny, Scrappy
Discovery Channel, June 05, 2013

Arlington Hts. native makes it big with observational comedy
Daily Herald, June 04, 2013

New NIU president to stress partnership, student success
Rockford Register Star, May 24, 2013

Incoming NIU President Douglas Baker on student success
Rockford Register Star, May 24, 2013

Local pianist headed to Carnegie Hall
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, May 23, 2013

Former Gov. Thompson to get honorary NIU degree
The State Journal-Register, May 23, 2013

Chicago students help get fish spy camera underwater in Antarctica
WBEZ, May 20, 2013

NIU teams up with Goodwill for move-out week
WREX, May 09, 2013

NIU sports still hoping to be destination
Daily Herald, April 23, 2013

NIU to get stadium upgrades
Chicago Tribune, April 23, 2013

Rockton teams up with NIU MBA students to promote village
Rockford Register Star, April 23, 2013

Omron Foundation Helps Establish the “Omron Robotics and Mechatronics Laboratory”
Design World Online, April 22, 2013

Master Panist Robert Greenidge headlines NIU 2013 Steelband Spring Showcase
When Steel Talks, April 08, 2013

Rockton's future in the hands of NIU business students
Rockford Register Star, April 05, 2013

NIU College of Law Launches New Legal Clinic in Partnership with Aurora Homeless Shelter
Chicago Tribune, April 04, 2013

Baker named new president of NIU in DeKalb
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 02, 2013

Northern Illinois University names new president
Chicago Sun-Times, April 02, 2013

New Northern Illinois University President Announced
WTVO-Channel 17, April 02, 2013

NIU names Douglas Baker new president
ABC-Channel 7, April 02, 2013

NIU sees record number of freshman applications
Northwest Herald, April 02, 2013

NIU football: Moving on up
Rockford Register Star, March 27, 2013

Grant will fund roof replacements at NIU
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, March 25, 2013

3 alternatives to getting a job after graduation
USA Today, March 25, 2013

Mougin makes a name for himself
The Hawkeye, March 23, 2013

STEM Cafe looks at vision loss
The MidWeek, March 19, 2013

College Football: NIU wants to make strengths even stronger
Rockford Register Star, March 19, 2013

Pay dirt! Antarctic drilling reaches surface of lake buried beneath ice
Fox News, January 28, 2013

Will Big Government Make A Comeback?
NPR News, January 24, 2013

NIU lost bowl, but Huskies came out winners
Daily Herald, January 02, 2013

NIU football deserved more respect than it received
Chicago Sun-Times, January 02, 2013

Ranking the most popular Christmas tales
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 20, 2012

Revenge of the Football Nerds: Ranking the Academic BCS
Huffington Post, December 13, 2012

Northern Illinois is a BCS team years in the making
USA Today, December 11, 2012

NIU students gather hundreds of holiday gifts for a forgotten age group
WREX, November 27, 2012

Researchers head to coldest place on earth for global warming insight
Chicago Tribune, November 23, 2012

The New Rules of Flirting
Wall Street Journal, November 12, 2012

A University Taps Into Fulbright to Globalize the Campus
The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 28, 2012

High-tech musical duet gets cheers at Philly event
Associated Press, October 03, 2012

High-tech duet illustrates the power of a brand-new Internet
NewsWorks, October 02, 2012

On the record ... with Mathew Tembo
The MidWeek, September 18, 2012

Moral machines – thinking otherwise
Machines Like Us, September 02, 2012

Impressive new digs opened at NIU
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, August 14, 2012

NIU cuts ribbon on new student housing facilities
WREX, August 14, 2012

Genevan Joe Magliano Helps NIU Discover How Attention Warps Perception of Time
Geneva Patch, August 11, 2012

NIU leads effort to boost Rockford manufacturing
WREX, July 25, 2012

Physicists celebrate evidence of elusive 'God particle'
Daily Chronicle, July 04, 2012

Northern Illinois University student visits a Philippines noon time show
YouTube, June 29, 2012

Health care officals cheer ruling; local GOP leaders disappointed
Naperville Sun, June 28, 2012

Rey: Theory meets practice at NIU
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, June 13, 2012

Illinois CPA Society Honors Northern Illinois University Professor James C. Young with its 2012 Outstanding Educator Award
PR Newswire, June 12, 2012

Football: IHSA approves Northern Illinois for football finals in odd years
Chicago Tribune, June 11, 2012

Feeling the stress of the job: Emergency operators, who have to remain cool in traumatic situations, report symptoms of PTSD
Chicago Tribune, June 06, 2012

Avalon Quartet wraps Beethoven cycle with deep and exhilarating performances
Chicago Classical Review, June 04, 2012

Barry Rozner “humbled” by award from NIU
Daily Herald, May 31, 2012

NIU's Joe Novak inducted into Cradle of Coaches
Rockford Register Star, May 30, 2012

JiET A: building an aerospace pipeline in Rockford
WNIJ, May 28, 2012

Our View: JiET-A aims to create opportunities, skilled workers
Rockford Register Star, May 24, 2012

Vitamin K2: New Hope for Parkinson's Patients?
ScienceDaily, May 11, 2012

Vitamin K2 may help treat Parkinson's, May 11, 2012

Fulbright grant goes to NIU senior
Daily Herald, May 09, 2012

Snake bites part of work: Ohio honors Stanford with wildlife diversity award
Toldeo Blade, May 06, 2012

Study: nocturnal tornadoes more deadly
Radio Iowa, May 05, 2012

London TV channel dips a toe into Iran culture war
Reuters UK, April 18, 2012

Ethical Guidelines When Using Social Media
My Web Writers, April 18, 2012

Keeper Of The Flame
Sports Illustrated, April 16, 2012

The Court's Ghosts
U.S. News & World Report, April 10, 2012

Study: 9-1-1 dispatchers at risk for PTSD
WNIJ, April 04, 2012

McHenry County has Mega Millions 
Northwest Herald, March 30, 2012

911 Dispatchers at Risk for PTSD
ABC News, March 29, 2012

Report: 911 Dispatchers Often Experience Post-Traumatic Stress
WBBM radio, March 29, 2012

In Illinois, Candidates Make A Final Delegate Dash
National Public Radio, March 19, 2012

Person Of The Week: Dr. John G. Peters
WTVO-Channel 17, March 12, 2012

Santorum’s faith isn’t driving vote of Catholics
Boston Globe, March 08, 2012

When Bosses Attack, Send Them to the Gym
CNBC, February 21, 2012

Trauma from bullying doesn’t end with childhood
Aurora Beacon-News, February 21, 2012

Facebook Profiles Found to Predict Job Performance
Wall Street Journal, February 21, 2012

Facebook and job performance: New study finds social networking site profile pages can be an indicator of future job success
Chicago Tribune, February 20, 2012

NIU prof delivers book on bike messengers
Chicago Sun-Times, February 17, 2012

A Conversation with Cory Doctorow
WNIJ, February 13, 2012

Cory Doctorow Day at NIU
WTVO-Channel 17, February 09, 2012

Mean Bosses Should Work Out, Study Says
Wall Street Journal, February 07, 2012

Earthquake rattles northern suburbs, Wis.
ABC-7 Chicago, February 01, 2012

IMSA students get insight into creating change
Aurora Beacon-News, January 31, 2012

Sociologist: Bike Messengers Relish Their Dangerous Jobs
WBBM radio, January 31, 2012

The world's biggest cities: How do you measure them?
BBC News, January 28, 2012

NIU prof pens book on daredevil bike messengers
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, January 26, 2012

A Treadmill May Be the Best Rx for an Abusive Boss
LiveScience, January 25, 2012

Something special renewed at NIU
Daily Herald, January 18, 2012

Goodwill to offer free tax assistance
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, January 13, 2012

NIU ranked ahead of Missouri, Texas and Auburn and Penn State
Rockford Register Star, January 11, 2012

NIU eyes Top 25 ranking after Bowl win
Chicago Tribune, January 10, 2012

The Top Online Degree Programs: US News List
Huffington Post, January 10, 2012

Northern Illinois wins Bowl
USA Today, January 09, 2012

Arranger Liam Teague on Panorama 2012 and more
Global Steelpan Music News, January 09, 2012

NIU Huskies talk to troubled juveniles
Fox 10 TV - Mobile, Ala., January 05, 2012

Attitude the main threat to local languages – professor
The Boreno Post, December 15, 2011

No place like home – Streator, Ottawa natives make a career in their hometowns
Ottawa (Ill.) Times, December 14, 2011

NIU grads challenged to make difference
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, December 12, 2011

7 On Your Sideline: Chandler Harnish
ABC-7 Chicago, December 12, 2011

NIU students generate winning idea
Chicago Tribune, December 11, 2011

Local sci-fi writer’s work headed to NIU
Chicago Sun-Times, December 06, 2011

MAC daddies: Northern Illinois rallies to win title game
Chicago Sun-Times, December 02, 2011

Colleges' latest thrust in learning: Video games
USA Today, November 30, 2011

Residential renaissance under way at NIU
Chicago Tribune, November 29, 2011

Education plan to open doors to degrees, jobs in Rockford
Rockford Register Star, November 28, 2011

'Geneva Connection' bonding at NIU
ESPN Chicago, November 15, 2011

Dist. 204 moves 2012 graduation ceremonies to NIU in DeKalb
Daily Herald, November 08, 2011

Impact Engine looking to drive growth for socially minded startups
Chicago Tribune, November 03, 2011

Collections work for university museums
Chicago Tribune, November 02, 2011

Avalon Quartet’s Beethoven cycle spotlights revolutions in sight and sound
Chicago Classical Review, October 25, 2011

Parent-teacher, parent-child connections are key to academic success
Northwest Herald, October 20, 2011

Nora Lindvall of Geneva named NIU’s top senior
Daily Herald, October 18, 2011

Wicinski making name for herself at NIU
Chicago Tribune, October 18, 2011

NIU prof IDs ‘new’ breed of prehistoric saber-tooth cat
Chicago Sun-Times, October 18, 2011

NIU nears financial goal for indoor facility
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, October 17, 2011

Experience science at STEMfest
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, October 17, 2011

NIU Jazz Band to wow students, public
Bureau County Republican, October 17, 2011

Think when buying pink: Some items may not support the cause
Rockford Register Star, October 17, 2011

High School Students Look at Post-Grad Options
WIFR-TV Rockford, October 12, 2011

Turkish delegates visit Naperville
Daily Herald, October 12, 2011

ASM International Names 26 New Fellows, October 12, 2011

NIU defense hopes to build on success
Chicago Tribune, October 12, 2011

Three-way race to reach lost Antarctic lakes
NewScientist, October 11, 2011

Chamber of commerce requests study of planned postal service cutback
Springfield State Journal-Register, October 04, 2011

Rockford wins competitive $2.4 million federal aerospace grant
Rockford Register Star, September 22, 2011

Aurora-area entrepreneurs hope web sites are their click-it to fame and fortune
Aurora Beacon-News, September 22, 2011

Partnership to focus on proton beam therapy
Daily Herald, September 21, 2011

Bank failures down in 2011, but fears linger
Kane County Chronicle, September 20, 2011

NIU receives $3M gift for indoor practice facility
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, September 19, 2011

Exhibit on Cambodia’s killing fields focuses on local survivors
Chicago Sun-Times, September 19, 2011

Army cadets at NIU must rise to challenges AND overcome their fears to become infantry soldiers
Elgin Courier-News, September 18, 2011

Lake in the Hills singer seeks international karaoke fame
Daily Herald, September 15, 2011

Wisconsin to see familiar face Saturday, September 13, 2011

Boxing Coach to Lecture at NIU on the Art of Tattoos
Chicago Tribune Patch, September 13, 2011

Growth spurt in Winnebago, Boone counties puts future in Hispanic hands
Rockford Register Star, September 11, 2011

NIU president unveils grand vision
Chicago Tribune, September 05, 2011

NIU's Harnish wants more
Chicago Tribune, August 31, 2011

NIU honor students seeking to help children mark birthdays
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, August 30, 2011

Groundbreaking kicks off broadband Internet project
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, August 29, 2011

Chicagoans report swaying buildings
ABC-7 Chicago, August 24, 2011

Recession Shifting Men's Role From Provider to Caregiver
ABC News, August 23, 2011

NIU unveils renovated, tech-savvy residence hall
Elgin Courier-News, August 19, 2011

Northern Illinois QB Chandler Harnish has come a long way
USA Today, August 19, 2011

Parents like way NIU moves
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, August 19, 2011

Study: Jobless men accept new role at home
Chicago Sun-Times, August 19, 2011

Education calculation: Teachers, politicians aim to reverse U.S. math, science deficit
Northwest Herald, August 12, 2011

Edmodo CEO Nic Borg on Education Social Networking
Bloomberg, August 05, 2011

‘The atmosphere blew its top’ - Tuesday’s thunderstorm lights up sky with the year’s most lightning
Chicago Tribune, August 04, 2011

Fresh and healthy treats are just peachy at Aurora Farmers Market
Aurora Beacon-News, August 02, 2011

Kids bound for college; what's a parent to do?
USA Today, August 02, 2011

Prospective students favor new NIU logo
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, July 28, 2011

Schiller the Huskies’ man in the middle
Daily Herald, July 28, 2011

The Illinois GOP’s Favorite Physicist
chicagonews cooperative, July 28, 2011

Northern Illinois wants game at Wrigley, July 27, 2011

Lake Tahoe Submarine
KNPR - Nevada Public Radio, July 07, 2011

Pilot program to help NIU students stretch aid dollars
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, June 30, 2011

NIU graphene research highlighted by BBC: Graphene technology moves closer
BBC News, June 28, 2011

NIU's Silas hopes to continue pro hoops legacy
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, June 23, 2011

NIU alums' cleats take top prize at Stateline FastPitch
Rockford Register Star, June 23, 2011

NIU president: Lawmakers must keep pension promises
The Times of Northwest Indiana, June 22, 2011

NIU Scientists Discover Simple, Green And Cost-Effective Way To Produce High Yields Of Highly Touted Graphene, June 21, 2011

NIU's president on NIU's impact, funding, and the boring old days
WNIJ, June 17, 2011

Room to grow gives Joliet chance to pass Aurora in population
Beacon-News, June 07, 2011

Five unique uses of Twitter in the classroom
U.S. News and World Report, May 24, 2011

Montgomery brings Izzo way to NIU
Yahoo Sports -, May 20, 2011

Children learn meteorology, geography at NIU
The Republic, May 12, 2011

NIU meteorology students interning with WGN’s Tom Skilling
Chicago Tribune, May 07, 2011

Across the South, violent storms left little hope
USA Today, April 29, 2011

Avalon String Quartet
ABC 7 Chicago, April 22, 2011

Undergraduate Research and Artistry Day
WIFR Channel 23 Rockford, April 21, 2011

IRS Agents: Carrying guns and working undercover?
WGN TV Chicago, April 18, 2011 I’ll vouch for this young entrepreneur
Beacon News, April 13, 2011

Students ditch the beach for a more meaningful spring break helping others
Northwest Herald, April 02, 2011

From art to intervention
Los Angeles Times, March 23, 2011

NIU hires Mich. St.'s Mark Montgomery, March 23, 2011

Japanese show manners: The calm after the storm
Beacon News, March 16, 2011

NIU music program webcasts bring people, musicians together
Daily Chronicle, March 08, 2011

Residential development still stalled
Northwest Herald, March 08, 2011

A look at the political landscape with an angrier electorate
Northwest Herald, March 05, 2011

Wisconsin's legacy of labor battles
New York Times, March 05, 2011

SIU's general counsel takes similar job at NIU
ABC 7 Chicago, March 03, 2011

NIU celebrating Women's History Month
Daily Chronicle, February 28, 2011

Legislation would put more restrictions on protests at funerals
Chicago Sun-Times, February 26, 2011

Robotic submarine built for Antarctic expedition
ABC 7 San Francisco, February 21, 2011

NIU vice president named to Illinois Innovation Council
Daily Chronicle, February 18, 2011

Grieving father follows heart back to NIU
Daily Herald, February 14, 2011

NIU football program has sights set on BCS bowl berth
Daily Chronicle, February 04, 2011

Fareed Haque meets the Moog
Chicago Tribune, January 24, 2011

Starting a new chapter at NIU
Daily Chronicle, January 22, 2011

Scientists find fast, easy way to make hydrogen nanosensors
Nano Werk News, January 13, 2011

NIU to help Minooka's strategic plan
Herald News, January 13, 2011

New NIU football coach Doeren settling in
Daily Chronicle, January 10, 2011

NIU selects internship/co-op students of the year
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 28, 2010

NIU puts depth on display at final spring practice
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 26, 2010

NIU BOT member Cherilyn Murer featured in 'Fire' is still burning
Joliet Herald News, April 25, 2010

NIU Finance Professor Gerald Jensen publishes research on commodity futures in financial portfolios
Wall Street Journal, April 24, 2010

NIU's Avalon String Quartet and clarinetist Anthony McGill are perfect match
Chicago Classical Music, April 21, 2010
Also featured in: Chicago Classical Review

NIU alum Scott Bolzan's courageously battles injury-induced amnesia
ABC News, April 20, 2010

U.S. Rep. Bill Foster announces grant to assist vets through NIU's visual disability education program
Kane County Chronicle, April 20, 2010

Is American Sign Language a 'foreign' language?
Chicago Tribune, April 19, 2010

Students, staff to give back on NIU Cares Day
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 15, 2010

NIU renames La Tourette Hall for former president, science advocate
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 14, 2010
Also featured in: WREX-TV 13, Rockford, WIFR-TV 23, Rockford, WTVO-TV 17, Rockford, WNIJ-FM, DeKalb

NIU Professor Brianno Coller brings video games to class, April 12, 2010
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School of Music Professor Fareed Haque featured in 'Jam Man'
Pacific Northwest Inlander, April 09, 2010

Political Science Professor Daniel Kempton shares expert insight on militias and hate groups
Elgin Courier News, April 09, 2010

NIU tragedy turns to art
WTVO-TV 17, Rockford, April 08, 2010
Also featured in WREX-TV 13, Rockford

ESL teacher/student duo Carter & Gunn play with NIU Jazz Ensemble
St. Louis American, April 08, 2010

Students line up as colleges add more 'green' programs
Daily Herald, April 08, 2010

Southeast Asian Studies Professor Alan Potkin comments on Xiaowan reservoir concerns
The Asian Times, April 06, 2010

Best Bytes Yet: NIU will present 10th annual student film festival
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 05, 2010

NIU students learn without speaking
Kane County Chronicle and DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 01, 2010

NIU Art Museum presents New Deal-era prints
DeKalb Daily Chronicle, April 01, 2010