Northern Magazine: Online and in your mailbox The Winter issue of Northern magazine is in the mail and should be in your mailbox shortly. Can’t wait? Click here to read about how NKU alumni are making green by being Green; or read about the continued generosity of NKU alumni here. Also be sure to check out this issue’s Web extras, including answers to the mystery photo from the Fall issue.
Stop the presses? Come for an engaging evening of dialogue around the challenges facing newspapers and communities as media is transformed. What happens if it all goes away … if the newspapers all close? Dr. Sam Schulhofer-Wohl, who teaches economics and public affairs at Princeton University, will facilitate a discussion on this topic. The free event is Thursday, Mar. 4 at 7 at the NKU Student Union Ballroom.
Summer camps It might still be chilly out, but it’s never too early to start thinking about summer camps for kids. The NKU Athletics department offers several sports camps, more information is here, and kids can participate in a variety of other camps offered by NKU Community Connections, click here for more information.
Coming to the BOK Breaking Benjamin, Cirque Du Solei and Sesame Street Live are coming to the Bank of Kentucky Center on NKU’s campus. Get tickets or learn more here.
Literature and music The Northern Kentucky University Department of English will launch a new English Emeritus Professor Lecture Series with a free public talk titled "Literature and Music: My Days of Reads and Reeds" by Professor Larry Dickson on March 2 at 6 p.m. in Steely Library 102.
Dr. Dickson is one of the founders of NKU's English department, having taught at NKU (and its predecessor institution) from 1966 to 1996. Learn more here:
Entrepreneurship book available Did you know that NKU entrepreneurs have successfully started businesses around the region? Find out the secrets of their success in this book, which features success stories from NKU’s entrepreneurs. For more on NKU’s entrepreneurship program, visit their web site.
Board officers training This event prepares non-profit board officers to be knowledgeable and successful as leaders. This five week workshop provides in depth instruction for people serving as a chair, vice chair, secretary or treasurer. Attendees will be better enabled to lead well managed, high functioning and impactful nonprofits. The program begins April 5. For more information click here.
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