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January 28, 2013Commuter student center gets national honor
UIC’s resource center for commuter students received the top award from student affairs professionals.
January 28, 2013Islet transplant may slow atherosclerosis
Researcher Kirstie Danielson found positive results after Islet transplantation for type 1 diabetes.
January 25, 2013UIC presents free ‘Tuesdays-at-One’ concerts
UIC’s weekly Tuesdays-at-One concert series offers free performances by noted musicians.
January 24, 2013Tuition increase smallest since ’94
Tuition will increase 1.7 percent for incoming in-state freshmen.
January 18, 2013Celebrate Black History Month at UIC
Black History Month program commemorates the culture and contributions of Africans and African Americans.
January 17, 2013Report details police corruption in Chicago
Chicago police corruption is enabled by a “blue code of silence,” researchers say.
January 17, 2013New book documents Latina girls, sexuality
A UIC sociologist studies young Latinas’ sexual experiences and how they learn about “safe” sex.
January 16, 2013Oral health important even in tough economy
College of Dentistry clinics have lost nearly 4,500 patients — the majority low income — since last year when the legislature eliminated adult dental services from its Medicaid program.
January 15, 2013UIC ranked in top 20 for online bachelor’s degree
UIC ranks 18th in the nation among schools offering an online bachelor’s degree, according to new rankings in U.S. News & World Report.
January 10, 2013Philip Wagreich, 1941-2013
Philip Wagreich, a national leader in math education and retired director of the Institute for Mathematics and Science Education, died Jan. 1 of a heart attack. He was 71.