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Club members gain hands-on experience working with devices within the Internet of Things.

How Norse IoT Club builds humidity sensors for Griffin Hall

Mildred Nguyen, Managing Editor February 10, 2023

On the first Monday after the new year, Chris Brewer walked into Griffin Hall and could not believe how humid it was. Though the building was not as heavily impacted by flooding over a frigid winter...

The Board of Regents approved the budget and tuition increases at this months meeting, held in the Student Union and livestreamed on NKUs website.

Board of Regents: Interim president, restructuring, reposition and housing’s hidden costs

Mildred Nguyen, Managing Editor January 19, 2023

The Board of Regents announced Bonita Brown as Northern Kentucky University’s interim president and discussed presentations on restructuring the College of Informatics, strategically planning University...

The College of Informatics is organized into two schools starting this semester.

Directors and program heads weigh in on new College of Informatics schools

Mildred Nguyen, Managing Editor September 16, 2022

The new semester comes with a turning point for the College of Informatics, which will begin to comprise two new schools. All existing degree programs are now grouped within the School of Computing and...

VIDEO: OINK Film Festival

OINK is a brand new event on NKU's campus, all about bringing in high school film makers in to encourage their future within the field. Northerner reporters caught up with a few key people that made this...

Professor Karen Slawter teaches CMST 101, a gen-ed course almost every NKU undergrad must take.

Beyond butterflies: prof says public speaking gives students a leg up

Natalie Hamren, Asst. News Editor April 12, 2018
“In anything that you’re trying to move up in, the better public speaker you are, the better your edge on everyone else because not everyone can speak in public, feel comfortable with it and want to do it,” says NKU public speaking professor Karen Slawter.
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