All Entries by Carlos Sadovi

September 8, 2021

UIC sets enrollment record for the 7th year in a row

Enrollment increased at UIC by 2% this fall to 34,199 from last year’s record of 33,518

August 30, 2021

DuSable Scholars Program aims to increase number of students of color in STEM

The program is named after Jean-Baptiste Pointe DuSable, a Haitian-born Black trader recognized as Chicago’s founder

Gallery 400 Art Opening - Tunji Adeniyi-Jones_Blue Dancer

August 26, 2021

‘Young, Gifted, and Black’: Nationally traveling exhibition reopens UIC’s Gallery 400

The exhibition runs from Sept. 2 through Dec. 11 with multiple events featuring ‘Young, Gifted, and Black’ artists

August 18, 2021

Move-in Day begins with tears, joy and dreams amidst pandemic protocols

Students move into campus residence halls during four move-in days

RHartshorne JPlunkard. Credit Nicholas James

July 28, 2021

Announcing the Hartshorne and Plunkard Fellowship in Architecture

HPA, an architecture, planning and interior design firm was founded in 1987 by UIC alums.

CME Foundation award draft

July 27, 2021

UIC websites offer early science and math resources for teachers of young children

After the success of the Early Math Counts site, a similar resource focusing on science, Early Science Matters was created.

Dr. Abraham Low, founder of IPTC, 80-year-old nonprofit organization.

July 20, 2021

Archives of pioneering neuropsychiatrist available for review at UIC

The papers focus on the professor from his experience in WWI through the creation and growth of Recovery International.

Dr. Steven Irwin and his wife Kathleen Irwin for whom an endowed chair will be named.

July 8, 2021

Couple endows chair to honor nursing career

Gift establishes the Kathleen M. Irwin Endowed Chair Professorship in Outstanding Nursing Practice

Actor Stephanie Shum who plays Aya in "Hummingbird" navigates the virtual reality stage wearing a VR headset.

June 23, 2021

UIC’s ‘Hummingbird’ play a union between design, engineering and theater in virtual reality

Immersive play in UIC’s Electronic Visualization Lab shows how ‘technology can really tell a story’

UIC PhD student and UIC undergrad alum, Nina Hike, who is a chem

June 22, 2021

College of Education Ph.D student named Presidential Award finalist for science teaching

The Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching is the nation’s highest honor for STEM teachers.

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