All Entries by Brian Flood

Sheikh Goni Muhammad Sa’ad Ngamdu, recording message.

October 21, 2021

Forgiveness messaging increases willingness to accept former Boko Haram fighters returning home

Study suggests trusted authorities can change minds, shift norms during conflict

October 14, 2021

Chicago Literary Hall of Fame to honor UIC’s Luis Alberto Urrea

Urrea will become the 11th Chicago author to receive the prestigious Fuller Award

FirstGenFlamesStudyAbroad group photo

October 13, 2021

FirstGen Flames ready to see the world through new scholarship program

Eleven awardees set to gain new personal, academic and professional insights and skills

The Backward River Festival

October 5, 2021

Backward River Festival presents a celebration of water, art, activism

Hosted Oct. 16-17 by UIC’s Freshwater Lab

October 4, 2021

STEM education at UIC garners $2.9M National Science Foundation grant

Funding aims to enhance undergraduate education at Hispanic-Serving Institutions

Gilman Scholarship logos

September 27, 2021

UIC students awarded Gilman study abroad scholarships

Since 2006, UIC students have won scholarships totaling approximately $760,000

September 22, 2021

$5M Mellon Foundation grant to support a national initiative in Latino humanities studies

Features consortium with all 16 Hispanic-Serving Institutions in the country that have R1 designation

September 22, 2021

Subvención de $5 millones de la Fundación Mellon apoya iniciativa nacional en estudios de humanidades Latinas

Cuenta con un consorcio de las 16 instituciones en el país con la designación R1 sirviendo a los hispanos

September 12, 2021

UIC in U.S. News & World Report’s top 50 public universities

UIC rises to 46th, a climb of six spots from last year

top of the U.S. Constitution

September 9, 2021

2021 Constitution Day Lecture

Keynote speaker is former senator and UIC alumna Carol Moseley Braun

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