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March 5, 2013People
The family of late mathematician Philip Wagreich accepted an Innovator of the Year Award in his honor.
February 19, 2013THURSDAY: Shave heads to fight kids’ cancer
The annual head-shaving raises critical funds for childhood cancer research.
January 15, 2013Dee Alexander’s careers on campus, onstage
Dee Alexander has two careers: one on campus, the other as an internationally known jazz vocalist.
December 21, 2012Helping others get back on their feet
After losing her leg to a roadside bomb in Iraq, “I decided to look ahead, accept that it happened and get on with my life,” says Melissa Stockwell.
December 12, 2012Pension system suffers ‘systematic underfunding,’ lobbyists say
The problem with the state pension system isn’t the amount of benefits state retirees receive, but the way the system has been funded since the 1930s, two lobbyists told UIC faculty members Friday.
November 26, 2012Dean of UIC College of Architecture and the Arts Stepping Down
Judith Russi Kirshner, an internationally recognized arts scholar and advocate, will resign as dean of the College of Architecture and the Arts at the University of Illinois at Chicago effective Dec. 31. She will remain a member of the UIC faculty after stepping down as dean.
November 7, 2012Deaths: Leane Dostaler
Leane Dostaler, 35, “a model teacher, trusted friend and integral part of the Tutorium in Intensive English,” died Oct. 24 after complications from surgery.
October 31, 2012UIC Library’s IDEA Commons Wins Two Architectural Design Awards
The IDEA Commons, a cutting-edge learning and meeting environment at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Richard J. Daley Library, has received two awards for design from the American Institute of Architects’ Chicago chapter.
October 10, 2012UIC marathoners stay the course
After the Chicago Marathon Sunday, Ryan Muench has some serious bragging rights. […]
September 28, 2012Former Editor of Ms. Magazine to Give LGBTQ Heritage Month Talk at UIC
In celebration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Heritage, the University of Illinois at Chicago presents a lecture by journalist and activist Helen Zia.