All social science education urban affairs

Richard J. Daley

July 21, 2015

New website offers oral histories of Richard J. Daley

Recollections of colleagues, friends, family now available online

New Orleans Arcology Habitat (NOAH)

July 15, 2015

‘Eco-Towers’ will fight climate change, author says

Book describes new and planned green high-rises worldwide

Metropolitan Chicago Accessibility Explorer map

July 9, 2015

Online tool measures access to jobs, schools, parks and more

Maps jobs by distance across eight counties

stock - campus aerial and skyline

July 1, 2015

UIC wins Mellon grant for social justice series

$175,000 award supports seminars on the meaning of freedom in 21st century

Benjamin Elijah Mays

June 24, 2015

Free summer program seeks future black male education scholars

Nationally known educators will teach African American high school seniors

Disability - Hands logo (F)

June 3, 2015

Conference examines ADA’s effectiveness in the workplace

25th anniversary of nation’s landmark accessibility law

Infographic shows UIC economic impact

May 27, 2015

UIC’s benefit to Illinois: $4 billion per year

Greatest economic contribution to state through education

Usama Ibrahim, a dual-degree candidate in neuroscience and political science at UIC.

May 7, 2015

UIC sophomore named Rangel Scholar

Competitive program promotes diversity in U.S. representation abroad

A view north on the Chicago River

May 7, 2015

Chicagoland has most local governments of all U.S. metro areas

High ‘fragmentation’ may mean lower costs for services

Cristian Nuno, 2015 Truman Scholar

April 28, 2015

UIC junior awarded Truman Scholarship

Honors College student one of 58 scholars selected nationwide