All social science education urban affairs

UIC CHANCE Summer Program

August 17, 2017

UIC’s CHANCE program honored

660 students have graduated from the CHANCE program

a person with their right hand raised and their left hand behind their back with fingers crossed

August 3, 2017

Study examines tolerance of political lies for shared views

Supporters tolerant of lying to achieve a higher moral end

Dr. Tolou Shokuhfar (left) and Valentin Torres

August 1, 2017

5-year NIH funded project bolsters CPS science teaching

Summer project aims to influence 100s of students

Stack of books in front of a world map

July 24, 2017

UIC students win State Department scholarships

Award supports students’ intensive foreign language study in Jordan, India, Russia

Aaron Gottlieb

July 18, 2017

Selfish motives, not fairness, the best message for criminal justice advocacy groups

Specific strategies bolster support for criminal justice reform

gun, weapon, handgun

June 22, 2017

Study examines gun policy preferences across racial groups

Support for gun control stronger among Latinos, blacks

Federico Waitoller

June 21, 2017

UIC experts publish papers on Chicago Public Schools

Papers a call to research race, class and disability issues

Zizi Papacharissi

June 15, 2017

Internet scholar named fellow of communication association

Papacharissi studies the social and political consequences of online media

view of hands among chemistry glassware

June 9, 2017

NSF grant to support program tackling ‘heavy metals’ in Chicago

Three-year project expected to involve 500 to 600 CPS students

Upstate/Downstate report

June 6, 2017

Poverty . . . an equal opportunity ‘disrupter’ of student success

55 school districts analyzed statewide