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February 22, 2021Ida B. Wells Scholarship Fund announced at UIC
The creation of the fund honors Ida B. Wells, an icon who traveled the country reporting on the horrors of lynching for more than 40 years.
February 18, 2021Online learning helped English language instructor explore new ways of teaching
Shift to virtual instruction allowed teacher to try new things
February 3, 2021Students in virtual course delve into archives to analyze role of women in politics in 20th century Chicago
Students will learn about women’s movements in Chicago, how to conduct archival research, and more
January 12, 2021Wearable technology course expands to meet demand
Spring semester virtual class offered after success of fall course
January 11, 2021Hull-House hosts year-long series of experimental audio performances by Guillermo Gómez-Peña addressing multiple pandemics
Guillermo Gómez-Peña is a performance artist, writer, activist and radical pedagogue
December 22, 2020Hull-House presenta una serie de presentaciones de audio experimentales de ‘Guillermo Gómez-Peña que abordan múltiples pandemias
Guillermo Gómez-Peña es artista de performance, escritor, activista, y pedagogo radical.
December 14, 2020University archives seek stories for ‘Six Feet Apart: Stories from UIC during COVID-19’
Play a role in shaping the historical record
December 12, 2020UIC holds virtual graduation ceremony
There were 1,860 undergraduate students, 1,357 graduate students and 71 UIC John Marshall graduates honored.
December 7, 2020UIC receives $1.8M from DOE to study effects of pollinator habitats at solar energy facilities
UIC’s Energy Resources Center, UIC-ERC, will receive $1.8 million over a 3 year period, beginning in 2021.
November 24, 2020For the School of Theatre & Music, the show must go on, even during a pandemic
Using new technologies to learn and perform online