All Entries by Carlos Sadovi

February 28, 2022

Revamped website links UIC students to campus resources for success

Student resources website provides students with easy access to tutoring, success units and more

Associate Professor Decoteau Irby in the College of Education.

February 21, 2022

UIC educational policy scholar searches for social, racial justice

Decoteau Irby’s second book came to him in a dream

Alt text: Blue wooden bench in a gallery with text painted on it. The back of the bench reads, "This exhibition has asked me to stand for too long." The seat reads, "Sit if you agree."

February 10, 2022

Gallery 400 exhibit ‘Crip*’ tackles assumptions of what is ‘normal’

Alongside the exhibition, a “Crip*” Colloquium will be co-presented by Gallery 400 and the UIC Disability Cultural Center

Peggy Glowacki, Naomi Salcedo, and Vicky Tai

February 9, 2022

Course helps build library’s Queer Asian American Archives

The 200-level class is cross-listed in global Asian studies and gender and women’s studies

Darrin Collins teaching science in Englewood STEM high school is

February 3, 2022

UIC receives grant to prepare CPS educators to teach next generation of biomedical engineers

The BEST program has taught 27 CPS high school teachers who have gone on to share their learning with thousands

December 16, 2021

UIC welcomes inaugural class of Evans Scholars

UIC students receive full tuition, housing scholarships

Gholnecsar “Gholdy” Muhammad Associate professor UIC College of Education

December 15, 2021

UIC professor honored for teaching how to search for joy in classroom lessons

Gholnecsar “Gholdy” Muhammad, who also is a UIC alumna, receives 2021 Outstanding Educator in English Language Arts Award

Andy Baker, UIC Clinical Assistant Professor in the School of Theatre and Music.

December 9, 2021

UIC music professor’s classical album spotlights forgotten works by composer with Chicago ties

Partial funding for the album came from UIC’s Awards for Creative Activity program and featured several UIC faculty and students

UIC Center for Literacy in coordination with Chicago’s Department of Family and Support Services.

November 18, 2021

New Center for Literacy fellowship focuses on engaging community

The fellowship is designed as an 18-month program that will begin with a pilot group of four scholars this spring semester

2021 Scholars Reception

November 15, 2021

Bridge to the Faculty program aims to increase opportunities for underrepresented scholars

Currently B2F has 34 scholars in its ranks whose research spans a variety of disciplines and departments at UIC

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