• Sarah Pritchard, Dean of Libraries, and Carolyn Krulee, president, The Alumnae of Northwestern University

    The Alumnae honors retiring Sarah Pritchard, Dean of Libraries and Charles Deering McCormick University Librarian, at its luncheon meeting, May 16, 2022.  Read here about Sarah Pritchard's many accomplishments as Dean of Libraries.
  • Heather Pinkett

    Heather Pinkett, the Irving M. Klotz Research Professor and associate professor of molecular biosciences at the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, will create modules with students that highlight the professional stories of scientists with diverse backgrounds, particularly emphasizing scientists currently working in the field. 
  • Alessandro F. Rotta Loria

    Alessandro F. Rotta Loria is an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering in the McCormick School of Engineering. Rotta Loria will deploy a wireless temperature sensing network in underground environments across the Chicago Loop district that will become a living laboratory for his class “Energy Geostructures and Geosystems” (EGG – CIV_ENV_353). 
  • Roslyn Brock 2021 Alumnae Award Recipient

    EVANSTON, Ill. --- Roslyn Brock, a nationally recognized civil rights, health policy, and equity advocate, is the recipient of The Alumnae of Northwestern University’s 2021 Alumnae Award. She is currently Chief Global Equity Officer for Abt Associates, a social impact research firm that uses data and bold thinking to improve the quality of people’s lives worldwide.
  • The Alumnae Gives Sr. Woman's Service Award to Chloe Wong

    Evanston, Ill. --- Chloe Wong is the recipient of the 2021 Senior Woman’s Service Award given by The Alumnae of Northwestern University. The award, established by The Alumnae in 2002, honors a senior woman who has demonstrated outstanding volunteer service to the campus and community while at Northwestern University.
  • Henri Lauzière Awarded The Alumnae of Northwestern University 2020-2023 Teaching Professorship

    Henri Lauzière is Associate Professor of modern Middle Eastern history at Northwestern University.
  • Heather Headley to receive the 2020 Alumnae Award from The Alumnae of Northwestern University

     

Announcements

Sat, 06/11/2022 - 10:28am

Correction to The Alumnae Continuing Education Summer 2022 hard copy brochure. The Hebrew Prophets course is missing the July 26 entry in the mailed brochures. It should include the following information:

July 26 The Reconstituted Self

Can sin be inherited? What must we do to overcome sin? Is there something even better than a life without sin? Can future actions affect past ones?

Readings for Jul. 26: Ezekiel 1-7, 11, 18


Fri, 06/10/2022 - 12:21pm

SUMMER 2022 Online Registration opens Friday, June 3, 2022, at 12:01 a.m. for two ONLINE courses. 

Details are in the Summer 2022 Course Brochure, which is posted in the left column on this page.  Additional information about registration, which is ONLINE ONLY, is in the Course Brochure and in the Registration and Policies section below the Course Brochure in the left column on this page.


Mon, 06/06/2022 - 5:38pm

The Alumnae of Northwestern University has selected four recipients to receive its 2022-23 Graduate Fellowships for graduate-level tuition. The fellowships are awarded to full-time students in terminal master’s degree programs who show promise of achieving distinction in careers that will serve the public good. Criteria for selection include quality of scholarship, leadership, community service, professional experience, and financial need. The Alumnae Graduate Fellowship Committee’s chair, Erin Leddon, notes: “The Alumnae is extremely proud to support these outstanding Northwestern graduates as they work to complete their master’s degrees.” Click here to read about the new Alumnae Graduate Fellows: Julia Odden, Rwan Ibrahim, Sally (Chan Mi) Jung, and Tanieshaa Shrestha.


Tue, 05/31/2022 - 2:37pm

The Alumnae's Centennial Endowment funds undergraduate research grants for twelve students for 2022.  Click here to read the news release about the students, their sponsors, and the research projects.


Mon, 05/09/2022 - 10:02am

The Alumnae of Northwestern University has awarded funding for seven projects that will bring guest artists and distinguished scholars to campus to enhance the undergraduate experience in 2022-2023. The grants, totaling more than $26,000, are funded with earnings from the Academic Enrichment Endowment, established in 1990 as one of The Alumnae’s 75th Anniversary gifts to the University. These grants help facilitate faculty-sponsored projects that address important and timely issues related to the visual and performing arts, environment and climate change, religion and politics, astronomy, indigenous literature, and peace activism in Korea. Some of the upcoming programs will also be of interest to graduate students, faculty, other Northwestern community members, and, in a few cases, the general public

Click here to read the complete news release about the recipients of The Alumnae's 2022 Academic Enrichment grants and their projects.

The following received grants:  MARY AND LEIGH BLOCK MUSEUM OF ART, McCORMICK SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE, WEINBERG COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, and SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION.