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Weinberg Magazine, Spring/Summer 2020

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Basic Science, Big Breakthroughs

Fundamental research by Weinberg College faculty leads to advancements in the fight against COVID-19.

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Women, Gender, Sexuality and Beyond

The Program in Women’s Studies launched in 1975. That was just the beginning of a larger conversation that continues to this day, as conceptions of gender and sexuality continue to evolve.
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Leading on diversity, equity and inclusion

Drawing on more than 30 years of research, political scientist and leadership scholar Alvin Tillery teaches executives to remove bias and lead transformative change.

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Preparing for Fall Quarter

The COVID-19 pandemic may have upended many aspects of everyday life, but it will not interrupt the ability of Weinberg College students to continue their studies.  

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Uncommon Thinking: Living Through History

As the world responds to the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, Weinberg College alumni and faculty recall previous moments of crisis and change. 

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Neuroscience major Neha Basti wanted to do more than just talk about mental health. She wanted to take action on behalf of the entire Northwestern student community. 


Deep under a university dormitory lies a vast motherlode of Northwestern history: the collections of the University Archives. 

Paths: What did you do with your arts and sciences degree?

The paths that Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences alumni take through life are varied and often unexpected. Amanda Litman '12Adrienne Moore '03 and Peter Schoenke ’92  share some of the twists and turns the experienced after they graduated from Northwestern.


The trustee and benefactor’s belief in “the mission of a great research university” led to the naming of the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences.
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