All social science education urban affairs

Henrika McCoy

November 17, 2014

Strong neighborhoods, parenting can bridge ‘achievement gap’

Helping social workers, teachers, families motivate youngsters

Kelly LeRoux

November 4, 2014

UIC to offer bachelor’s in public policy

Rapid demographic, economic and political changes in the U.S. have increased the demand

Jesus (Chuy) Garcia

November 3, 2014

Mayoral candidate joins panel on inequality in Chicago

Jesús Garcia added to distinguished panel

Kelly LeRoux

October 28, 2014

UIC offers new bachelor’s degree in public policy

Program combines policy process, tools and a specialty

Steven Tozer

October 23, 2014

New grant for urban school leadership program

Program improves urban schools ‘principal pipeline’

Prison Terminal still

October 21, 2014

UIC to screen Academy Award-nominated ‘Prison Terminal’

Dying with dignity: “Prison Terminal” is a fascinating account of how the hospice experience can profoundly touch even the forsaken lives of prisoners.

Beth Richie

October 3, 2014

UIC policy expert named to NFL’s violence panel

Commissioner Roger Goodell appoints Beth Richie senior adviser

Graph depicting level of difficulty reading texts

September 25, 2014

Detained youths can’t comprehend immigration documents

Third-grade literacy, college-level texts

Safe Spaces group

September 24, 2014

UIC College of Education recognized for support of LGBTQ youth

Named ‘Ally of the Year’ by public education and advocacy group

Equality between religious, nonreligious

September 11, 2014

Study finds moral equality between religious, nonreligious

UIC psychologist explores morality, immorality in everyday life