• Susie Philllips, Alumnae Teaching Professor 2014-17

    Susan ("Susie") Phillips, associate professor of English and associate department chair, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, is the recipient of the 2014 Alumnae Teaching Professorship Award. The three-year award honors a tenured faculty member for excellence in teaching and curriculum innovation.
  • Deeana Klepper Dissertation Fellow 1992

    The Alumnae Dissertation Fellows - the Northwestern women who received Alumnae funding during their dissertation year. From 1975-2008 more than $1,785,000 was awarded to 144 doctoral students - many of whom credit the Award for giving them the "courage and confidence" to complete their research. Their findings have been published in prestigious journals and award-winning books. Today many are tenured professors - others are teachers, researchers, musicians and actresses.
  • Mary Poole, Alumnae Dissertation Fellow (1975)

    The Alumnae Dissertation Fellows - the Northwestern women who received Alumnae funding during their dissertation year. From 1975-2008 more than $1,785,000 was awarded to 144 doctoral students - many of whom credit the Award for giving them the "courage and confidence" to complete their research. Their findings have been published in prestigious journals and award-winning books. Today many are tenured professors - others are teachers, researchers, musicians and actresses.
  • Kelly O'Donnell, 2014 Alumnae Award

    Journalist, NBC News correspondent, news anchor, White House Correspondent, and Capitol Hill Correspondent are just some of the adjectives describing Kelly O’Donnell. Ms. O’Donnell received her Bachelor of Science in Education degree in 1987, where she focused on a combined study of journalism and public policy. She first joined NBC News as a correspondent in 1994. Her reporting has taken her to all 50 states and to 48 countries.

Announcements

Tue, 03/17/2015 - 12:10pm

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Thu, 10/30/2014 - 8:42am

GOLD: a new musical set at the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games. GOLD follows ambitious athletes on their quest for glory at one of the most celebrated international competitions in history. The political unrest surrounding the growing Nazi regime brings a new found tension to the traditional camaraderie and spirit of the games, and the individuals who have trained their entire lives for this defining moment must, in the end, find it within themselves the will to achieve their own personal best in a triumphant moment of shared victory. Show dates are the first two weeks in May, 2015. Patrons are given preferred seating and recognition in the Waa-Mu program.

Click below for dates, times and an order form.


Fri, 01/02/2015 - 8:04am

As stated in our brochure, be sure to bring your class entry card to each class, as it must be shown to the proctors at the door for entry to the class. Please note: in order to guarantee seating for our registered students, there will be only one time you will be allowed in with a temporary card. After that, you will be required to purchase a replacement card at the per diem price.