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September 13, 2012UIC Business School Building Earns Gold LEED Certification
Douglas Hall earned praise for the renovation that advanced it from 1960s Brutalism to 21st century corporate — a streamlined look with state-of-the-art facilities suitable for the home of the College of Business Administration at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
September 13, 2012‘Rogues and Rebels’ Populate UIC Theatre’s New Season
‘Rogues and Rebels’ Populate UIC Theatre’s New Season Professional directors […]
September 12, 2012Flames sign UCF transfer
Former University of Central Florida center Josh Crittle signed with the men’s basketball team.
September 12, 2012Cross country teams score high at tourney
The men’s and women’s cross country teams concluded action at the Northern Illinois Invitational with the men claiming second place and the women earning fourth.
September 12, 2012Volleyball team fights hard at Classic
The volleyball team defeated DePaul in straight sets Saturday in its second match of the Chicago Classic.
September 12, 2012Spark in the Park lights up the night
More than 5,600 students and employees enjoyed the weather and free music for UIC’s third annual music festival, Spark in the Park.
September 10, 2012Nine UIC Students Receive Scholarships to Study Abroad
Nine University of Illinois at Chicago undergraduates have been awarded Benjamin A. Gilman scholarships to study abroad.
September 4, 2012International Artists Perform in UIC’s Free ‘Tuesday-at-1’ Concerts
The University of Illinois at Chicago’s Tuesday-at-1 concert series brings artists from around the world and from UIC to perform in a wide range of musical styles. All concerts take place in Recital Hall L060 on the lower level of the Education, Performing Arts and Social Work Building at 1040 W. Harrison St. Admission is free and open to the public.
August 22, 2012UIC Named a Top 25 LGBT-Friendly Campus
The University of Illinois at Chicago has been named one of the nation’s best 25 campuses for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students in a new data-based ranking.
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.