All social science education urban affairs

Gentrification Index

December 15, 2014

Gentrification index portrays Chicago neighborhoods, 1970-2010

Report finds city becoming increasingly divided

Obama Presidential Library rendering

December 11, 2014

UIC submits multi-site proposal for Obama Library

North Lawndale, campus sites create east-west cultural corridor

Stephen Schlickman

December 9, 2014

UIC transportation forum questions governance

Can a change in governance improve transit?

Maria Varelas

December 9, 2014

Grant to train black, Latino science teachers for Chicago

Minority instructors underrepresented in public high schools

Prison Terminal still

December 8, 2014

UIC filmmaker’s documentary wins social work award

Oscar-nominated film on prison hospice receives ‘audience choice’ prize

Illustration of travel with passports, globe, and atlas

November 25, 2014

Five UIC faculty named Fulbright scholars

Honored in medicine, music, philosophy, physics, public administration

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