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Listen in to all of the events hosted by Northwestern University's Buffett Institute for Global Affairs. We believe that relationships – among individuals and institutions, globally and locally – can fuel knowledge and develop solutions to global challenges. The views and opinions expressed within our podcast episodes are those of the interviewees and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Buffett Institute for Global Affairs.
 
Center for Talent Development (CTD) at Northwestern University is dedicated to serving the gifted community and ensuring that gifted students receive the education, encouragement and support they need to learn and grow into confident and accomplished adults whose love for learning grows stronger each year. CTD provides research-based assessment, advanced programs and resources to enhance a child’s schooling.
 
This year, Northwestern students will read Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson as a part of the One Book One program. In the book, Stevenson chronicles his early work as a criminal defense lawyer in Alabama. He worked to advocate for those mistreated by the judicial system, including for Walter McMillian, an innocent man on death row. The book is just the starting point. Listen along as we explore national and local issues and themes connected to Just Mercy and the criminal justice system. Support ...
 
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In the latest edition of Collegiately Speaking, Northwestern play-by-play announcer Dave Eanet and former NU quarterback Dan Persa broke down the Wildcats’ much-needed victory over Rutgers. They talked about how important it was to get a ‘W’ following the bye week. Brian Peters, Persa’s former teammate, joined the guys to share his thoughts on Nort…
 
Evanston youth participated in this past year’s elections by voting and engaging with local campaigns. Mayor Daniel Biss’ campaign team was entirely Gen Z, and Sebastian Nalls was 20-years-old when he ran for mayor. High school students organized town hall forums for candidates, created voter guides and stressed the need to hold elected officials a…
 
After a forgettable trip to Nebraska, Northwestern was able to use the bye week to refocus and prepare for this Saturday’s game against Rutgers. WGN Radio’s play-by-play announcer for Wildcasts games, Dave Eanet, and former NU quarterback, Dan Persa, breakdown what went wrong in Lincoln, and how the team can right the ship going forward. The guys a…
 
Believe it or not, we’re already in Week 5 of the college football season. Northwestern started the year with a conference matchup against Michigan State, and Illinois already has three games against Big Ten foes under their belts, but it feels like this a big week for the conference as a whole. Dave Eanet, Northwestern’s play-by-play announcer, an…
 
It may be early, but glance at the leaderboard for pass breakups in the Big Ten and you’ll see Northwestern cornerback A.J. Hampton at the very top. The Arkansas native joined Dave Eanet and Dan Persa to talk about the family bond in Evanston that exists not just in the defensive secondary but throughout the entire roster. Dave and Dan also chat wi…
 
Northwestern was able to get back into the win column after taking care of business against the Sycamores of Indiana State. NU play-by-play-announcer Dave Eanet, and former Wildcats quarterback, Dan Persa, take a look ahead to this week’s game where Northwestern heads to Durham, N.C. for their first road game of the season against Duke. Dave and Da…
 
When the Northwestern Wildcats take the field against Indiana State tomorrow, it will be 20 years since the September 11th attacks on the Twins Towers in New York. Northwestern plans to honor local heroes during the game. Coach Pat Fitzgerald shares his memories of September 11th, 2001, and talks about why it’s so important to remember those we los…
 
The Northwestern Wildcats struggled in the first game of the season when they lost to Michigan State 38-21. Northwestern’s play-by-play voice, Dave Eanet, and former Wildcat quarterback, Dan Persa, breakdown what went wrong against the conference rival. Former kicker, and the all-time leading point scorer in NU history, Jeff Budzien, shared his tho…
 
Winning last year’s Big Ten West division was somewhat bittersweet for the Northwestern’s fan base. Sure it was their second such title in three years. But due to the pandemic, fans were not allowed to attend Big Ten games last year. That won’t be the case Friday night when Northwestern hosts big ten rival Michigan State to kickoff the 2021 season.…
 
After a lengthy delay, Dave Eanet and Dan Persa are back at it and getting you ready for the college football season. Northwestern has won two of the last three Big Ten West division championships. The guys share their thoughts on what NU needs to do to add to that number. Dave and Dan talk to Matt Fortuna, who covers college football for The Athle…
 
This fall, Northwestern Buffett will launch a new podcast featuring stories of research collaborations and other partnerships fueling progress toward addressing complex global challenges ranging from climate change and food insecurity to poverty and inequality. Episodes will spotlight idea catalysts and innovators blazing new trails toward reaching…
 
After a year-long pause, Northwestern is reinstating its two-year on-campus live-in requirement for the 2021-22 academic year. Although about 80 percent of first year students lived on campus in 2020-21, according to Residential Services, students in the other 20 percent have lived in off-campus apartments, at home or even in different countries. B…
 
Dr. Ann Lupkowski-Shoplik, a professor and a researcher at the Acceleration Institute at the University of Iowa’s Belin-Blank Center, explains the misperception of socialization challenges In acceleration.저자 Center for Talent Development at Northwestern
 
Frances Willard holds an important place in history for her role as an educator, prohibitionist and suffragette. Evanston residents claim her as one of their most famous residents. On this episode of NU Declassified: Names You Need to Know, we dive into Frances Willard’s contributions to progressive movements and her connection to Northwestern.Read…
 
Eighty million people around the world have been forcibly displaced, and every year, more people are applying for asylum in the United States. The refugee resettlement system suffered large funding cuts during the Trump administration, and as more and more people apply for asylum, the average wait time continues to increase. Refugees, asylum seeker…
 
The reality TV show Survivor is one of the best-known competition shows on television. With dozens of seasons and decades of airtime, it has prompted a variety of recreations — including one at Northwestern. Participants in Northwestern Survivor follow the same format as the game, competing in challenges as castaways are eliminated until one receiv…
 
After nearly eight years at Northwestern as both a student and staff member, please join us in wishing Helen Kim ’16 the best of luck as she starts a new role as a customer onboarding manager for a customer engagement software company in Chicago. In this bittersweet finale to Helen’s time with Northwestern Intersections, Helen reflects on the lesso…
 
One’s census tract continues to predict one's access to the learning experiences research shows are essential for developing the skills, identity and interests necessary to access and power STEM possible futures. While this reality is not new, the advancement in technology and data science coupled with America’s growing awareness of the embeddednes…
 
Kangmin Justin Kim ’11 is one of the most sought-after countertenors of his generation in the opera world. He has earned accolades in roles of the Baroque repertoire, contemporary music and in Mozart’s trouser parts at the most prestigious opera theatres and festivals in Europe. Justin’s accomplished career is built upon years of study and perfecti…
 
Dr. Derrick Gragg has spent most of his lifetime in athletics. A former football letter-winner at Vanderbilt, he earned a master’s degree in sports administration from Wayne State University, then his doctorate in higher education administration from the University of Arkansas. Gragg joined the Arkansas athletic department in 2000 as an associate d…
 
A 2014 study by the League of American Orchestras found less than 2 percent of musicians in the approximately 800 orchestras surveyed were Black. The lack of Black representation in classical music is a nationwide issue that traces back to barriers to high-quality music education and a lack of representation in programming. Several organizations ar…
 
In Just Mercy, Stevenson shows us the inhumanity of the U.S. prison system. Today, we will discuss the road to dismantling that system with a leading abolitionist and One Books spring speaker: Andrea Ritchie. Andrea Ritchie has over 30 years of experience in organizing, litigating, writing about the criminalization of women of color and LGBTQ peopl…
 
What does one do when they have a variety of interests and passions, but aren’t sure of a career path? According to Lio Mehiel ’15, it’s important to remember that you’re building yourself and not just a career. Lio is an actor, filmmaker, conceptual artist and activist. They are a co-founder of Voyeur Productions with fellow Northwestern alumni Du…
 
Survey evidence from 16 developing countries shows widespread employment loss and declines in income and food security since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. These patterns are apparent in Ghana. In this Northwestern Buffett "Building Sustainable Futures: Global Challenges and Possibilities" webinar, Chris Udry, professor of Economics at Northwe…
 
Nearly 25 percent of Northwestern’s campus self-identified as queer in ASG’s last survey, but the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center only holds 10 people. And that’s one of the only institutional spaces on campus for queer students. There are proposals in the works to expand it, but for many students, campus-sponsored spaces aren’t the best ways …
 
While eating disorders look different for each individual person, the culture of college campuses can sometimes further hurt students’ relationships with eating. The emergence of “eat with me” videos on TikTok stems from creators wanting to provide a safe space to discuss and enjoy food. The Daily sat down with a Northwestern student, an eating dis…
 
Cats Corner’s new series Unsung Heroes dives into the career of NU’s Director of Player Development, Darby Dunnagan, and her impact on the program. Read the full article here: https://dailynorthwestern.com/2021/05/25/sports/cats-corner-unsung-heroes-the-darby-effect/저자 The Daily Northwestern
 
Donna Wang Su ’14 MA is human embodiment of the old adage “Actions speak louder than words.” The associate director at the Farley Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation with two decades of experience in finance, strategic planning and higher education administration, Donna has spent nearly 15 years at Northwestern. She has worked in a variety o…
 
Chicago is well-known as the Windy City, but where does the nickname come from? The origin of the phrase is widely disputed, but ultimately goes back to Chicago’s politics and rivalries. Read the full article: https://dailynorthwestern.com/2021/05/19/multimedia/audio/the-ripple-why-is-chicago-called-the-windy-city/…
 
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator divides the world’s personalities into 16 different types. And while the labels it produces may be alluring, is there any science behind the test? The Daily spoke to Northwestern MBTI experts and enthusiasts to find out. Read the full article here: https://dailynorthwestern.com/2021/05/14/multimedia/audio/brainstorm-…
 
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