All Entries by Brian Flood

Flowers in Mary Bartelme Park

January 8, 2013

City’s Hispanics live farther from nature

Chicago’s Hispanic neighborhoods have less access to nature and its benefits, UIC researchers say.

Roger Reeves

December 21, 2012

UIC poet awarded NEA fellowship

Roger Reeves is one of 40 winners nationwide awarded an NEA creative writing grant for outstanding poets.

Chicago buildings in River North

December 12, 2012

Hispanic neighborhoods less green

Residents of the city’s Hispanic neighborhoods live farther from nature, a UIC study finds.

James Searing

December 7, 2012

Deaths: James Searing, ‘tireless advocate’ for students

James Searing, a longtime professor, former department chair and scholar of African history, died unexpectedly at his home in Oak Park.

December 3, 2012

Teachers’ union president Karen Lewis to speak at UIC Wednesday

Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis will present her outlook on the city’s education system as she presents the final installment of UIC’s Future of Chicago lecture series

Beth Richie

November 28, 2012

Analyzing ‘prison nation’ impact on black women

Black women in poor neighborhoods have faced increasing violence because public policy has focused on unconditional punishment, not prevention, according to a new book by public policy expert Beth Richie.

Rachel Havrelock

November 7, 2012

Conference examines religion, war

How do religious traditions link God and war? How have […]

Political science student Emily Kosa meets President Barack Obama

November 2, 2012

First-hand education in presidential politics

Political science student Emily Kosa is gaining once-in-a-lifetime experience with the Obama presidential campaign.

October 29, 2012

Conference Examines Religion and War

The links between God and war will be examined during a two-day conference at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Luis Alberto Urrea

October 24, 2012

Novel featured in national reading program

A UIC professor’s novel about a young Mexican woman’s quest to save her village from drug traffickers was selected for a national reading program by the National Endowment for the Arts.

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