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January 23, 2012UIC Architect Receives Rome Prize to Explore Energy as Building Material
An architect at the University of Illinois at Chicago has received an international award to explore ways to use energy systems as building materials.
January 20, 2012Marine Corps Jazz Band Joins UIC Faculty in Free Concert
The 18-member Marine Corps All-Star Jazz Band will join UIC faculty jazz artists to perform a variety of jazz standards at a free concert at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
January 10, 2012UIC Funds New Research on Citizens’ Role in Public Policy
Five projects at the University of Illinois at Chicago have received awards funding research aimed at improving citizen participation in government services, often through the use of technology.
January 9, 2012Gallery 400 Asks How Olympic-Sized Events Affect Cities
Gallery 400 at the University of Illinois at Chicago presents “Global Cities, Model Worlds,” an exhibition traveling to past World’s Fairs and Olympic host cities to explore these events’ social and physical impacts. It will run concurrently with “The World Finder,” an exhibition on a lost aspect of the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition.
May 4, 2011TV’s ‘Raising Hope’ a hit for UIC grad
Lucas Neff is not a slacker, but he plays one on TV — “with depth and hilarity,” according to a Los Angeles Times critic.
October 12, 2010From campus to sitcom star: young actor’s career raises hope
Even his former professor says Lucas Neff’s success ” sounds like a Hollywood story.”
September 16, 2009UIC drama prof brings ‘Donuts’ to Broadway
Yasen Peyankov, head of UIC’s acting program, makes his Broadway debut today in the Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s New York production of “Superior Donuts.”