February 26, 2013Pharmacy students’ startup heads to SXSW
Team brings their mobile app to compete at South By Southwest business contest.
February 26, 2013Deaths: Ward Weldon, education
A memorial service will be held Monday for Ward W. Weldon, 77, associate professor of educational policy studies, who died Feb. 12 after a stroke.
February 19, 2013Lisa Yun Lee believes in art for everyone
“Everyone has the right to creative thinking and creative expression”
February 19, 2013Expanding the study of labor history
“Research is a poor man’s way to travel, both figuratively and literally,” says historian Leon Fink.
February 19, 2013Crossing borders, religious and political
Biblical scholar Rachel Havrelock does not shy away from controversial subjects, scholarly or cultural.
February 19, 2013Craig Niederberger: Innovator of the Year
His background in medicine and bioengineering and his knack for invention have real-world benefits.
February 12, 2013Tinkering with biology
Michael Cho’s career was inspired by tinkering with vacuum tubes in old TV sets.
February 5, 2013‘Brother Authors’ inspiration for best-selling author
A best-selling, award-winning children’s book was inspired by a UIC writing workshop.
February 5, 2013Sociologist considers Latina sexual identity
Don’t paint Latina girls and their sexual lives with a broad brush. That’s a UIC sociologist’s message.
February 5, 2013Remembering a dedication to intellectual life
A professor emerita honors her mother, a pioneering attorney, with a fund in gender and women’s studies.