The NULC newsletter, published three times a year, highlights new University initiatives, topics of interest to the leadership giving community, stories that illustrate the impact of philanthropy, and photos from recent events. Each issue opens with a personal letter from President Schapiro, as thanks for our members’ leadership support.
It claimed her maternal great-grandmother, her paternal grandmother, and, most painfully, her mother, who succumbed to the disease over nearly two decades. Wendy’s father died five months and two days after his wife, in March 2003, heartbroken after watching Alzheimer’s steal his high school sweetheart.
We Will. The Campaign for Northwestern is a University-wide fundraising effort to realize the bold ambitions set forth in Northwestern’s strategic plan. The Campaign launched March 14, as more than 1,700 students, alumni, faculty, and benefactors attended kickoff events in Chicago and Evanston.
Over the past decade, Northwestern has increasingly become the school of choice for many of the best and brightest undergraduate students from the United States and around the world. We recently spoke with Mike Mills, associate provost for University Enrollment, about the Class of 2018 and the critical role that leadership giving plays in successfully competing for and supporting talented students at Northwestern.
On March 14, Northwestern launched a campaign to fund the most ambitious strategic plan in the University’s history. We Will. The Campaign for Northwestern is a resounding call for members of the community to solve society’s most critical challenges and advance knowledge for the greater good. The philanthropic investments made by NULC members will help shape innovative solutions, develop new forms of creative expression, and prepare the leaders and problem-solvers the world needs today and tomorrow.
When Katherine Reay first arrived on campus in 1988, she didn’t waste much time before forging her first lasting Northwestern memory. She’d been a Wildcat for about an hour when she met Mason, a senior industrial engineering student manning the grill at his fraternity house.
Sandra Waxman, Louis W. Menk Professor of Psychology, is concerned with a very big question: What makes us human? The answer, she believes, is linked to language. And the key to understanding language may come from understanding how babies think.
After making a name for himself as a longtime assistant coach at Duke, Northwestern Men’s Basketball Head Coach Chris Collins is in his first season as a head coach. We sat down with him to discuss Northwestern’s commitment to building a winning program, some big early wins, and what will happen when the ’Cats finally go dancing.
One of the things Jackie Willens (C11) loved about Northwestern was the close-knit feel of campus — particularly among NU’s film community. Now, even though she lives in Los Angeles as a graduate student at the University of Southern California, she still keeps that community at her fingertips through social media.