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August 13, 2012UIC, City Colleges Channel Minority Transfer Students into Science, Engineering
The University of Illinois at Chicago and City Colleges of Chicago have won funding to develop ways of channeling more underrepresented minority male students transferring from community college into baccalaureate degree programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
August 8, 2012Campus News
UIC welcomes more than 1,600 new students and their families Aug. 26 at the seventh annual convocation in the UIC Pavilion.
August 8, 2012Two UIC Students Win Public Service Scholarships
Two University of Illinois at Chicago students who plan careers in the public sector have been named recipients of the McKelvie Scholarships for Government Service.
August 1, 2012Scholarship winners honor Olympic ideals
The distinctive characteristic of Avery Brundage scholarships is that, although the students who win them are outstanding athletes, they’re not striving for a career as pros.
July 25, 2012Baseball welcomes six new players
Six newcomers will join the baseball team roster this season.
July 25, 2012UIC Pyro Paddlers race the river with dragons
UIC’s Pyro Paddlers hit the waters strong Saturday at the Chicago Dragon Boat Race for Literacy.
July 19, 2012U of I Board Seats Student Trustees
Kenneth Thomas, UIC Honors College senior majoring in political science, was among three students seated to serve on the University of Illinois Board of Trustees for 2012-13 at a ceremony Thursday at the board’s July meeting in Chicago.
July 19, 2012UIC Doctoral Student To Study South African Xhosa
Jochen Arndt, University of Illinois at Chicago doctoral student in history, has been awarded the International Dissertation Research Fellowship from the Social Science Research Council to study the South African Xhosa ethnic identity.
July 18, 2012Helping graduate students along the path to success
Graduate Mentoring Awards are designed to encourage and award excellence and innovation in all aspects of graduate mentoring. Every year, the Graduate College provides up to four awards of $2,000 each.
July 18, 2012Cool kids on campus
Students, faculty and staff in the know find a remedy for the record heat at Mario’s Italian Lemonade, a long-time summertime hang-out on West Taylor Street.