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Spring semester opened Tuesday, January 20, but there is still time to register for late-start classes.
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The WGS Program invites proposals for its biennial conference "Who’s Afraid of Feminism?: Current Debates, Challenges, and Activisms." The deadline for proposals is February 6, 2015.
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Join Oakton cello instructor Alexa Muhly and Lyric Opera cellist William Cernota as they present works from Bach and the Ottoman Empire as well as Klezmer classics.
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Operation Financial Success: A series of workshops, sponsored by the Enrollment Center.
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Oakton's 2015 Financial Aid Awareness Month provides students with the opportunity to learn about financial management and win cash in the money machine!
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Students interested in this field-study opportunity, led by Judy Langston professor of art and graphic design, must attend one of these no-obligation information sessions.
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Smoking cessation support groups led by Marvin M. Bornschlegl, LCPC, CADC, CCJP.
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Adventures in Our Microbial World. Presented by Jack A. Gilbert, Ph.D.
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Are you ready to 'Go Anywhere'? Don't miss this opportunity to meet with representatives from over 40 colleges.
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The 2015 Conference centers on how we support early growth, so that infants and toddlers thrive in the environments we create.
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14157756001423465200
Spring semester opened Tuesday, January 20, but there is still time to register for late-start classes.
14212476001423260000
The WGS Program invites proposals for its biennial conference "Who’s Afraid of Feminism?: Current Debates, Challenges, and Activisms." The deadline for proposals is February 6, 2015.
14205744001422756900
Join Oakton cello instructor Alexa Muhly and Lyric Opera cellist William Cernota as they present works from Bach and the Ottoman Empire as well as Klezmer classics.
14210712001427319000
Operation Financial Success: A series of workshops, sponsored by the Enrollment Center.
14216760001425322800
Oakton's 2015 Financial Aid Awareness Month provides students with the opportunity to learn about financial management and win cash in the money machine!
14220576001423431000
Students interested in this field-study opportunity, led by Judy Langston professor of art and graphic design, must attend one of these no-obligation information sessions.
14225400001425939300
newsImage
Smoking cessation support groups led by Marvin M. Bornschlegl, LCPC, CADC, CCJP.
14211828001423602900
Adventures in Our Microbial World. Presented by Jack A. Gilbert, Ph.D.
14178024001423682100
Are you ready to 'Go Anywhere'? Don't miss this opportunity to meet with representatives from over 40 colleges.
14189148001425747600
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The 2015 Conference centers on how we support early growth, so that infants and toddlers thrive in the environments we create.
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February 3, 2015
Oakton @ Moraine Valley (ISCC Match)
February 4, 2015
Join Benjamin Goluboff, associate professor of English and winner of the "Great Teacher Award" at Lake Forest College, as he discusses the book "The Zig Zag Kid" by David Grossman, the first of a five-part series on the theme "Israeli Authors." Class Sessions are comprised of readings, lectures and engaging group discussions. Register at Alliance for Lifelong Learning.
February 5, 2015
Oakton @ Morton (ISCC Match)
February 10, 2015
Learn how lifestyle, diet, and medical treatment affect your microbiome and find out how these organisms influence your health, your neurological development, and even your behavior. Presented by Jack A. Gilbert, Ph.D., Microbial Ecologist at Argonne National Laboratory and Associate Director of Institute of Genomic and Systems Biology at University of Chicago. This event will be available in the Distance Learning room on the Skokie campus in Room C240.
February 19, 2015
Oakton @ Waubonsee (ISCC Match)
February 25, 2015
Join Benjamin Goluboff, associate professor of English and winner of the "Great Teacher Award" at Lake Forest College, as he discusses the book "Persian Brides" by Dorit Rabinyan, part of a five-part series on the theme "Israeli Authors." Class Sessions are comprised of readings, lectures and engaging group discussions. Register at Alliance for Lifelong Learning.
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