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Mile Square celebrates anniversary, award winners

“Health means wealth,” U.S. Rep. Danny Davis said during an awards dinner celebrating the 50th anniversary of the UI Health Mile Square Health Center Nov. 3. Mile Square, a network of 12 federally…

STEM education needs personalization and early engagement

UIC Chancellor Michael Amiridis discussed the future of STEM education and addressed his support for the Chicago Pre-College Science and Engineering Program in an interview with CFE Media (Content for Engineers). A video and…

Strategic priorities document outlines plans for future

UIC released its Strategic Priorities document Wednesday, which outlines a five-year plan to enhance student support and build on the university’s national and global reputation. The document, “Leveraging Our Strengths to Shape the…

UIC ranked among world’s best

UIC rose into the top 200 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. UIC ranked No. 200 among more than 1,300 institutions globally on the list, which evaluates research-intensive universities on their…

UIC education grad named White House Fellow

A doctoral graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago’s College of Education has been appointed a 2016-2017 White House Fellow and will be assigned to the U.S. Department of Education for the…

Home away from home

Students settled into their rooms for the first time Aug. 17, on a sunny and fun-filled Freshman Move-In Day. Freshman residents were welcomed to campus and into the UIC family by Chancellor Michael…

Warm UIC welcome

Crowds of first-year and transfer students filled the UIC Pavilion Sunday to get a taste of what it’s like to be a UIC Flame during the annual UIC Convocation. The event marks students’…

Celebrating the ’66ers

As Chicago Circle Campus alumnus Arlen Gould leafed through the 1966 yearbook, he showed Chancellor Michael Amiridis the beginnings of the UIC campus. “It’s a thrill to be here,” said Gould, who graduated…

$5 million gift largest in pharmacy college’s history

Herbert Retzky has never forgotten his time as a student at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy. A $5 million donation from his and his wife Carol’s estate will ensure…