All Entries by Brian Flood

February 8, 2013

Social activist nun to speak at UIC

Religious leader, attorney and poet Sister Simone Campbell presents a talk

February 7, 2013

Five UIC students receive scholarships to study abroad

Since 2006, State Department program has helped 73 UIC students

Lorena Garcia

February 5, 2013

Sociologist considers Latina sexual identity

Don’t paint Latina girls and their sexual lives with a broad brush. That’s a UIC sociologist’s message.

Esther and Albert Kegan

February 5, 2013

Remembering a dedication to intellectual life

A professor emerita honors her mother, a pioneering attorney, with a fund in gender and women’s studies.

John D'Emilio

February 5, 2013

Award-winning book on LGBT history

A book co-edited by UIC gender historian John D’Emilio was honored by the American Historical Association.

Jody Williams

February 5, 2013

Nobel laureate, politician discuss human rights

A Nobel Peace laureate and a Cook County politician and activist will discuss human rights at a presentation Thursday sponsored by UIC’s Social Justice Initiative.

Jody Williams

February 4, 2013

Peace laureate, politician discuss human rights

Nobel Peace Laureate Jody Williams and Cook County commissioner Jesus “Chuy” Garcia speak at a Social Justice Initiative event Feb. 7.

John D'Emilio

January 31, 2013

Gender historian receives book prize

John D’Emilio’s retrospective on historian Allan Bérubé honored by American Historical Association

Hagedorn Kmiecik

January 22, 2013

Police corruption due to ‘blue code of silence’

Police corruption in Chicago survives due to indifference from internal and external leadership, says a report by UIC researchers.

January 22, 2013

Celebrate Black History Month with art, politics

UIC celebrates Black History Month in February with poetry, music, basketball, art, literature and politics.

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