All social science education urban affairs

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

Global Cities

April 22, 2015

Urban experts from five continents gather at Great Cities symposium

Experts to discuss urban economics from global perspective

March 31, 2015

Shift to LGB identity in early adulthood tied to depressive symptoms

UIC sociologist says findings show social support needed during transition

Edgar Barens

March 26, 2015

UIC filmmaker wins Wilbur Award

Documentary honored for excellence in communicating religious issues

Alfred Tatum teaching a group of students

March 16, 2015

$1 million literacy project to reach African American boys

Kellogg Foundation grant will fund training for parents, principals

Scene from "Prison Terminal: The Last Days of Private Jack Hall." Credit: HBO Documentary Films

March 10, 2015

UIC director to screen Oscar-nominated film March 11

Oscar-nominated documentary by UIC filmmaker to be shown

Morgan Station in Chicago.

February 25, 2015

Developers help fund transit through value-capture plans

Major projects in four cities show early developer input is key

CEJE - Elected School Board

February 19, 2015

Chicago needs elected school board, study says

Change would lead to greater transparency, public participation