All Entries by Jeffron Boynés

April 30, 2021

Inspiring grads: Kayla Pociejewski

Kayla Pociejewski will never forget the first time she stepped on the field.

Social, Racial and Economic Justice_Jane Adams College

April 22, 2021

UIC students breaking down stereotypes about young Black men

Program addresses low numbers of Black men in social work education and leadership roles

A view north on the Chicago River

March 2, 2021

Lessons from Wuhan: What managers and employees need to know

How to keep employees returning to work motivated and engaged

February 15, 2021

How to shift from confrontation to negotiation in 2021

As businesses become more global, it’s increasingly important to understand the entire negotiation process.

US News Rankings, Bachelor Programs

January 26, 2021

UIC’s online bachelor’s degree programs ranked No. 2 in the nation for 2021

The University of Illinois Chicago again received national recognition for its high-quality online bachelor’s degree programs.

Christmas present with large red bow.

November 24, 2020

Why experiences are better gifts for older children

Study suggests experiences are the best gifts you can give older kids

October 28, 2020

Study tracks public concerns on Twitter about COVID-19

As the pandemic continues to evolve, the public seems to be more optimistic

September 9, 2020

UIC sets enrollment record for 6th straight year

The record enrollment builds on 7 years of increasing enrollment

woman typing

August 21, 2020

What new research reveals about rude workplace emails

New research offers a more nuanced view of the two forms of email incivility

female student working on laptop

June 22, 2020

UIC Business program takes advantage of online learning with Zoom speaker series

UIC alumni, professionals from around the world offer advice to students in a virtual setting 

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