All Entries by Jeffron Boynés

Maija Renko

May 22, 2018

Why some microenterprises get funded faster than others

Backers of microenterprises make funding decisions based on the description of the venture.

2017 Fall Commencement

May 7, 2018

Celebrating UIC Commencement, May 9-14

Three guests will receive honorary degrees, UIC’s highest award, for contributions to the arts, education and leadership

Sonja Koontz; Silver Circle Award Winner

May 1, 2018

Silver Circles: Sonja Koontz

Award recipients selected by graduating seniors

William O'Brien; Silver Circle Award Winner

May 1, 2018

Silver Circles: William O’Brien

Award recipients selected by graduating seniors

Aerial view of crowd of graduates

April 30, 2018

Celebrando las Ceremonias de Graduación de la UIC, 9 a 14 de mayo

Catorce individuos distinguidos, incluyendo alumnos consumados, visitarán la UIC para […]

Campus Conversation - The #Metoo Movement and Sexual Harassment

April 10, 2018

Panelists discuss activism and the #MeToo movement

One thing that the #MeToo movement has shown is how […]

sonographer giving an ultrasound to a pregnant woman

March 30, 2018

Study: Women most at risk for heart failure weeks after giving birth

New moms face increased risk of heart failure for six weeks post-delivery

March 22, 2018

UIC graduate programs remain strong in US News rankings

UIC continues to be recognized nationally for academic strength

February 28, 2018

UIC forms partnership with Central Intelligence Agency

Partnership to expand student career opportunities

ultrasound

January 23, 2018

UIC researcher using imaging to identify women at risk of giving birth prematurely

Five-year $2.84 million grant to develop techniques to accurately predict preterm birth

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