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Company Overview of Northwestern University
Northwestern University is an educational and research institution. The institution offers undergraduate, graduate and professional, and summer session courses. It focuses on art and science, social science, engineering, journalism, law, management, medicine, music, medicine, and performing arts studies. Northwestern University was founded in 1851 and is based in Evanston, Illinois with an additional campus in Chicago, Illinois.
633 Clark Street
Evanston, IL 60208
Founded in 1851
Key Executives for Northwestern University
Dean of Medill School of Journalism
Executive Director of Technology Transfer Program
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Northwestern University Key Developments
Ron Nayler to Retire from as Vice President for Facilities Management, Northwestern Associate
Aug 13 14
Ronald Nayler, Northwestern University 's associate vice president for facilities management, will retire at the end of this calendar year. Nayler, who came to Northwestern in 1997, was the University's first associate vice president for facilities management. In that role, he led a major reorganization of the facilities functions of the University and oversaw the planning, design and construction of more than 30 new buildings and renovations of many others on campus.
Northwestern University Announces Executive Changes
Jul 7 14
Northwestern University announced that Nimalan (Nim) Chinniah, currently executive vice president for administration and chief financial officer at the University of Chicago, will become executive vice president at Northwestern University, effective Sept. 8, 2014. Serving as Northwestern's chief operating officer, Chinniah will lead all business and finance operations and help shape the University's global vision and strategy. He will succeed Eugene S. Sunshine, who is retiring after 17 years at the University. Chinniah joined the University of Chicago in 2007 and was named executive vice president in 2013.
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Northwestern University Collaborate to Develop a Device to Prevent Hearing Loss in Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy
May 6 14
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Northwestern University are collaborating to develop a device to prevent hearing loss in patients undergoing chemotherapy. Chemotherapy patients are often caught unaware when they find themselves dealing with hearing loss following treatment. Klodd is directing the trial of a new device that may be able to detect hearing loss early in chemotherapy, so doctors may be able to change medications or dosages to minimize damage to the inner ear, and an audiologist can begin rehabilitation. Chemotherapy-related hearing loss usually begins in the high frequencies, where it often goes unnoticed. The patient only realizes something is wrong when damage affects the part of the inner ear that detects lower frequency sound. Unlike tests that rely on patients to signal when they hear a tone, the device developed by Northwestern University's Sumit Dhar and Jonathan Siegel, professor and associate professor, respectively, of communication sciences and disorders can detect changes in inner-ear function even before the patient is aware of any change in ability to hear at the high frequencies.
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