A century and a half ago, Northwestern Trustees voted to admit young women to the University “upon the same terms and conditions as young men.” But that decision on June 23, 1869, was far from the end of the work required to make equal classmates of the women on campus. The path leading from the Trustees’ simple resolution to today was not so straightforward.
This exhibition examines the twisting and tenuous road Northwestern traveled on its way to educating college-age women in an era when the concept was still controversial, the implementation virtually untested, and the long-term results unpredictable.
Using documents, maps, photographs, and artifacts from the University Archives, the exhibit begins by tracing the unique elements in Evanston’s and Northwestern’s history that led, fourteen years from the University’s founding, to the admission of women. The focus then shifts to the dilemmas faced by University administration about exactly how to incorporate women into the college—with particular worries about housing and supervising them; the unexpected events that changed the course of coeducation at Northwestern; and the ways that women students themselves interpreted their roles as Northwestern “co-eds.”
SOLIDWORKS is a 3D CAD software which helps you design your concepts and ideas in 3D. If you ever wanted to create something simple in 3D, but didn’t know where to start, this class would be your best option to get your thoughts from your head to reality.
Join us to learn how to create and manipulate basic shapes. This class will get your ideas to the next level needed to take it to the 3D printing stage.
Laptops will be provided with the software for use during the class. Registration is required.
ArcGIS Pro is a desktop application for geospatial analysis available to all faculty, students and staff. The software is used for creating and using maps, compiling geographic data, analyzing mapped information, sharing and discovering geographic information. ArcGIS Pro allows you to store multiple items, such as maps, layouts, tables, and charts, in a single project. This workshop is targeted at new users with little to no GIS experience. We will begin with the basics of making a map, explore the main components of the user interface—the ribbon, views, and panes—and their interactions. We will then move on and complete some more complex analysis.
Do you have questions about Zotero or EndNote? Do you want to sit down with an expert to learn the basics? Stop by the table in University Library to speak to someone from the Bibliographic Support team. No appointment necessary.
ggplot2 is one of the most popular R packages – for good reason. It’s a data visualization framework that logically associates features of your data with elements of the plot. Once you’ve learned the basic ggplot2 syntax for making a plot, you can adapt it to make new visualizations with different plot types easily. ggplot2 makes plotting multiple data series with different lines or marker types straightforward, and it lets you create multiple plots for different groups in your data with one command.