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Roberta Buffett Elliot

Northwestern University announced the largest donation in its history -- more than $100 million to boost the field of global studies and fund scholarships for international students.


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03.02.2015
Early Signs of Alzheimer's Disease Found in Patients as Young as 20Yahoo! Health
03.02.2015
Alzheimer's Proteins Appear in 20 Year OldsTIME
02.27.2015
Northwestern Professor Has Spock Collection That's Out of This WorldChicago Tribune
02.24.2015
New Dietary Guidelines: What's In, What's Out?WTTW
02.24.2015
'Dead Man' Is Wrenching Music Drama in First Full Area StagingChicago Tribune
02.24.2015
New NU Dean from DartmouthEvanston Now
02.23.2015
Feeding Infants Peanut Products Could Prevent Allergies, Study SuggestsThe New York Times
02.23.2015
Watch Children's Hospital Patients, Staff Lip-Sync for a Good CauseToday
02.20.2015
Super Ager BrainsWBEZ
02.20.2015
IMDb Fuels Northwestern Study of Most Significant MoviesChicago Tribune
02.19.2015
Don't Be Fooled by the Closing Gender Gap in Science PhDsThe Guardian
02.18.2015
Research Suggests That the Pipeline of Science Talent May Leak for Men and Women at the Same Rate Inside Higher Education
02.13.2015
'Superagers' Seem to Have 'Younger' Brains, Researchers FindU.S. News & World Report
02.12.2015
27 NU Students Win Fulbright AwardsEvanston Now
02.12.2015
'Dead Man Walking' Opera Makes Chicago PremiereChicago Tribune
02.12.2015
Apps Can Speed the Search for Love, but Nothing Beats a Real DateNPR
02.10.2015
Everyone Can SingThe Atlantic
02.08.2015
FCC Firms Up Legal Grounds for Net NeutralityThe Wall Street Journal
02.06.2015
How One Vaccine Skeptic Became a Vaccine SupporterVOX
02.05.2015
Railroad Crossings Are Way Safer Than They Used to BeThe Washington Post
02.05.2015
The Science Behind Brian Williams’ Mortifying Memory FlubThe Washington Post
02.03.2015
Infections Most Common Cause of Readmissions After SurgeryThe Washington Post
01.31.2015
A Burden SharedThe Economist
01.28.2015
2014 Is Record Year for Higher Ed DonationsInside Higher Education
01.28.2015
Sister of Warren Buffett Donates $100m to NorthwesternWBBM
01.23.2015
Raging at Racism, From Streets to GalleriesThe New York Times
01.23.2015
The Best Film Critic May Be Big DataCrain's Chicago Business
01.23.2015
Eczema Linked to Other Health ProblemsWeb MD
01.22.2015
Hines VA Hospital Study Reveals if Coma Patients Can HearCBS
01.20.2015
Art and RevolutionThe New Yorker
01.16.2015
Pop-Up TechnologyFinancial Times
01.15.2015
Cuba Study Abroad Programs: Educators Celebrate Obama PoliciesInternational Business Times
01.15.2015
How to Use Super Bowl Advertising as a Platform for GrowthForbes
01.13.2015
Breaking up Is Hard to Do, but Science can HelpNPR
01.12.2015
Block Museum Shines Spotlight on Kashmir Art in new Exhibit Chicago Sun-Times
01.05.2015
Robert Gordon Joins Debate Over StagnationBloomberg Businessweek
01.01.2015
How to Build a Better LearnerScientific American
12.29.2014
This Is How Music Can Change Your BrainChicago Magazine
12.29.2014
A Girl Named Jimmy? This Is No Johnny Cash SongUSA Today
12.28.2014
Northwestern Brings Women's Health Expertise to EthiopiaChicago Tribune
12.22.2014
More Kellogg Grads Go Geek, Shun the StreetCrain's Chicago Business
12.17.2014
A Well-Rested Surgeon Isn't Always the Best MedicineChicago Tribune
12.17.2014
NU Early-Decision Admits Set RecordEvanston Now
12.16.2014
This Is How Music Can Change Your BrainTIME