All Entries by Brian Flood

September 18, 2019

UIC sociologist’s book highlights political, social change among blacks, Latinos in Southeast

‘The Browning of the New South’ tells story from perspective of new Latino residents in North Carolina

September 5, 2019

New UIC graduate program to deliver data specialists to the public sector

Civic analytics degree to welcome students in fall 2020

August 29, 2019

UIC Urban Forum to explore the growth, potential impact and future of autonomous vehicles

Private and public sector authorities among featured speakers, panelists

An apple on a desk with a chalkboard in the background

August 5, 2019

UIC awarded $4.7 million NSF grant to enhance K-8 math instruction, professional development in south Cook County

Project aims to get teachers, schools and districts on the “same page”

July 24, 2019

UIC explorers set sail on Arctic science research expedition

Five UIC students participate in Northwest Passage Project to learn about warming trends

July 23, 2019

Study examines how gentrifiers’ race affects retail development

Growth of “gentrification-oriented” retailers faster in areas gentrified by whites

Aerial view of the skyline at sunset from east side.

July 17, 2019

UIC becomes first public university in Illinois to offer public policy graduate program

Students being admitted for the Spring 2020 semester launch

Springfield, IL Capitol Building

July 11, 2019

Can Illinois help its municipalities pay their pension bills – and is it?

Government Finance Research Center examines state intervention in municipal pension funding

June 17, 2019

Study explores how gossip spreads in social networks

Mathematical model reveals why some news spreads before facts are corroborated

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