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March 2, 2021

Goodman named finalist for LA Times book prize

Adam Goodman is the author of the 2020 book “The Deportation Machine: America’s Long History of Expelling Immigrants

February 22, 2021

Register for the Psychology Department’s Black Scholar Speaker Series

The University of Illinois at Chicago’s Psychology  Department Presents The […]

Natasha Crooks

February 19, 2021

Researchers publish call to action for research ethics in the time of COVID-19 and BLM

Calls for new standards to engage continued research with Black communities

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.

Glacial river: Alaska Coastal Rainforest Center photo

February 10, 2021

What climate-driven changes await coastal temperate rainforest ecosystems?

Study highlights research priorities for understanding coastal ecosystem linkages more broadly

Laura Schaposnik, UIC associate professor of mathematics

February 9, 2021

UIC mathematician earns 2021 Simons Fellowship

Honor extends faculty sabbaticals from one academic term to a full year

Adam Goodman, UIC assistant professor of history and Latin Ameri

February 9, 2021

UIC historian’s book named 2021 PROSE Awards subject category winner

“The Deportation Machine” traces the U.S. government’s efforts to expel immigrants over the past 140 years

February 5, 2021

2020 Inventor of the Year Ramaswamy Kalyanasundaram

Kalyanasundaram has developed a vaccine against lymphatic filariasis, a tropical parasitic infection

Photo from ERA Illinois records

February 3, 2021

Students in virtual course delve into archives to analyze role of women in politics in 20th century Chicago

Students will learn about women’s movements in Chicago, how to conduct archival research, and more

Vanessa Oddo

January 27, 2021

Study reveals precarious employment on the rise long before COVID-19

Low-quality employment, or precarious employment, has been increasing since the ’80s — especially for people of color and men

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