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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.
February 5, 2013Award-winning book on LGBT history
A book co-edited by UIC gender historian John D’Emilio was honored by the American Historical Association.
January 29, 2013People
Jiminez Lai, assistant professor of architecture and founder of Bureau Spectacular, was profiled in Architect, the magazine of the American Institute of Architects
January 22, 2013Executives recruited to UI Health’s leadership team
UI Health recruited four top health care executives to its leadership team.
January 22, 2013Pharmacist honored for global efforts to improve patient care
Henri Manasse Jr., dean emeritus of the College of Pharmacy, was honored by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
January 22, 2013Honors, awards & appointments
Saul Weiner, professor of pediatrics, was named vice provost for planning and programs.
January 22, 2013Award-winner highlights music at Mexican border
Musicologist Alejandro Madrid was honored for his latest book, “Transnational Encounters: Music and Performance at the U.S.-Mexico Border.”
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.