All awards

Michael Cho

February 12, 2013

Tinkering with biology

Michael Cho’s career was inspired by tinkering with vacuum tubes in old TV sets.

E. Douglas Lewandowski

February 12, 2013

Focus on the heart

By seventh grade, E. Douglas Lewandowski knew he wanted to be either a scientist, a point guard or a center fielder. Science won.

Janet Richmond

February 12, 2013

Breaking ground

In the field of cell biology, Janet Richmond is a groundbreaker.

Constantine Megaridis

February 12, 2013

Changing interactions

Constantine Megaridis describes his work in simple yet impressive terms.

David Ucker

February 12, 2013

Tales of dead cells

Dead men tell no tales, the saying goes. But David Ucker has found that dead cells tell many tales.

Vladimir Gevorgyan

February 12, 2013

Simplifying complexities

One word that stands out in conversation with Vladimir Gevorgyan is “new.”

IV taped to hand

February 12, 2013

Pinpointing pain

Diana Wilkie can’t alleviate all the suffering in people’s lives, but she’s working to reduce their physical pain.

John D'Emilio

January 31, 2013

Gender historian receives book prize

John D’Emilio’s retrospective on historian Allan Bérubé honored by American Historical Association

August 22, 2012

UIC 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.

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