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October 2, 2012‘Chicago Ideas Week’ To Visit UIC’s Electronic Visualization Laboratory Oct. 8
Chicago Ideas Week, a series of events that each October brings together some of the world’s leading innovators to share ideas and inspire change, offers the public a behind-the-scenes look at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Electronic Visualization Laboratory on Oct. 8.
September 28, 2012Jesse Jackson, Sr. and Nobel Peace Laureate to Speak at UIC Monday
The University of Illinois at Chicago presents a conversation featuring civil rights leader Jesse Jackson, Sr. and Jody Williams, 1997 Nobel Peace Laureate, on the challenge of global and community-based violence.
September 12, 2012Computing center ‘a partner’ in campus needs
“I couldn’t think of working anywhere else,” says Cynthia Herrera Lindstrom, UIC’s chief information officer.
September 12, 2012Douglas Hall earns gold for green
UIC’s Douglas Hall, home of the College of Business Administration, is UIC’s second building to earn gold LEED certification for sustainability.
September 6, 2012Governor Announces New Advanced Science Building at UIC
Gov. Pat Quinn announced today that the State of Illinois has released $64 million for the new Advanced Chemical Technology Building at the University of Illinois at Chicago, a project that will strengthen biotechnology research in Illinois and bolster the state’s economy.
August 20, 2012UIC, City Colleges channel minority students into science, engineering
UIC and City Colleges of Chicago will encourage underrepresented minority male students to pursue degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
August 15, 2012Special events
Artist Karen Reimer’s exhibit features a new architecture-based entry in her ongoing project, Endless Set.
August 15, 2012Lectures and workshops
The Illinois Small Business Development Center at the Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies offers Experts in Residence.
August 15, 2012Highlight
UIC Convocation welcomes new students and their families Aug. 26.
August 15, 2012Exhibit honors ‘righteous’ courage
A new exhibit at the Daley Library offers stark images and stories of the seemingly ordinary Poles who had the courage to hide Jews in their homes during World War II.