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April 27, 2022Researchers scour Twitter to analyze public attitudes about COVID-19 vaccinations
Vaccination policy, vaccine hesitancy and post-vaccination symptoms and effects among top topics tweeted
January 25, 2022UIC’s online bachelor’s programs among nation’s best
UIC’s online bachelor’s degree programs in health information management, business administration and nursing have topped US News & World Report’s list of the nation’s best.
December 6, 2021Heroes or victims? Public perception of essential workers in the pandemic
Study suggests that portraying essential workers as heroes creates the risk for public to overlook their sacrifices
July 27, 2021What organizations get wrong about interruptions at work
Study suggests an upside to interruptions at work
June 2, 2021University of Illinois Chicago launches Online MBA program
This new degree aims to meet the needs of new MBA students not just in the Chicago region, but nationally and globally.
March 2, 2021Lessons from Wuhan: What managers and employees need to know
How to keep employees returning to work motivated and engaged
February 15, 2021How to shift from confrontation to negotiation in 2021
As businesses become more global, it’s increasingly important to understand the entire negotiation process.
November 24, 2020Why experiences are better gifts for older children
Study suggests experiences are the best gifts you can give older kids
October 28, 2020Study tracks public concerns on Twitter about COVID-19
As the pandemic continues to evolve, the public seems to be more optimistic
October 6, 2020UIC researchers expose the limitations of digital technologies in commemorating COVID-19 victims
The authors highlight the important role that health care professionals take on.