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September 22, 2021

UIC among top 25 public, top 10 best value universities in Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education’s national rankings

UIC continues to be one of the nation’s top public universities, according to the 2022 edition of the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings

September 22, 2021

$5M Mellon Foundation grant to support a national initiative in Latino humanities studies

Features consortium with all 16 Hispanic-Serving Institutions in the country that have R1 designation

September 22, 2021

Subvención de $5 millones de la Fundación Mellon apoya iniciativa nacional en estudios de humanidades Latinas

Cuenta con un consorcio de las 16 instituciones en el país con la designación R1 sirviendo a los hispanos

Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award_English version

September 20, 2021

UIC honored for commitment to diversity

UIC receives HEED Award from Insight into Diversity magazine for the sixth year

September 13, 2021

UIC researchers find evidence of possible link between herpes simplex and neurodegenerative diseases

First of its kind study finds protein may restrict the spread of the herpes simplex virus type 1

September 12, 2021

UIC in U.S. News & World Report’s top 50 public universities

UIC rises to 46th, a climb of six spots from last year

September 9, 2021

Study shows contact with police may be detrimental to health, well-being of Black youth

Researchers say health care and law enforcement communities must work together

September 8, 2021

UIC sets enrollment record for the 7th year in a row

Enrollment increased at UIC by 2% this fall to 34,199 from last year’s record of 33,518

September 8, 2021

Combining sunlight and wastewater nitrate to make the world’s No. 2 chemical

UIC engineers convert nitrates to ammonia in sustainable electrochemical reaction with high solar-to-fuel efficiency

August 30, 2021

DuSable Scholars Program aims to increase number of students of color in STEM

The program is named after Jean-Baptiste Pointe DuSable, a Haitian-born Black trader recognized as Chicago’s founder