Building a pipeline: 11 selected for Emerging Faculty Leaders Program

Eleven NIU faculty members have been selected to participate in the first cohort of the new Emerging Faculty Leaders Program, which aims to bolster leadership capacity across campus. The Provost’s Office earlier this fall launched the initiative, led by Alicia Schatteman, director

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Caring for Your Voice: Maintaining Vocal Health for Teaching

School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders alum, Elizabeth Lanza, a Speech Language Pathologist at the University of Utah Voice Disorders Center, invites faculty to attend an online workshop, Caring for Your Voice: Maintaining Vocal Health for Teaching. The workshop will be

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CHHS takes on Corn Fest

When thousands of people flocked to DeKalb for Corn Fest last month, a group of Huskies joined them. More than a dozen College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS) students, faculty and staff were part of the CHHS’ inaugural appearance at the

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College of Health and Human Sciences welcomes new and returning Huskies

The College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS) welcomed new and returning students on Aug. 20 as part of the university’s annual Week of Welcome. More than 40 students, faculty and staff gathered at the East Lagoon for an afternoon event called

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Huskie Voices

Danica Billingsly, clinical assistant professor of audiology “Because we bridge healthcare practice and healthcare education in the Doctor of Audiology program, we moved very quickly last spring (2020) to protect our patients and our students. We completed simulation-based trainings with students, used

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