January 8, 2013UIC poet wins national literary fellowship
UIC poet Roger Reeves, awarded a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, is working on a collection of sonnets concerning the emotional and intellectual legacy of lynching.
December 12, 2012Economist, physiology researcher named to world’s largest scientific society
An economist and a physiology researcher are the latest UIC faculty members named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest scientific society.
December 7, 2012Deaths: James Searing, ‘tireless advocate’ for students
James Searing, a longtime professor, former department chair and scholar of African history, died unexpectedly at his home in Oak Park.
December 5, 2012People
Vincent Paglione, who retired in 2010 after 33 years as associate dean for students in the College of Architecture and the Arts, will receive a Distinguished Service Award from the Chicago chapter of the American Institute of Architects at the chapter’s annual meeting Dec. 7.
December 5, 2012STEM scholar named honorary professor at Chinese university
Named overseas chair professor at Beihang University
December 5, 2012Two recognized for impact in management studies
Business faculty members Robert Liden and Sandy Wayne were recognized as top scholars in their field by the journal “Academy of Management Perspectives.”
December 5, 2012Students honored as ‘future care scholars’
Two UIC students — one in medicine, the other in nursing — are among 40 health care students nationwide to be named 2012 Tylenol Future Care Scholars.
November 28, 2012Pharmacy educators earn top honors
Two UIC pharmacy educators received top honors from the Illinois Pharmacists Association.Nicholas Popovich, professor and head of pharmacy administration, was named Illinois Pharmacist of the Year.
November 28, 2012Getting involved to spur change
Kenneth Thomas has already won two elections, and he’s hoping there are more wins in his future.
November 28, 2012Analyzing ‘prison nation’ impact on black women
Black women in poor neighborhoods have faced increasing violence because public policy has focused on unconditional punishment, not prevention, according to a new book by public policy expert Beth Richie.