When thinking of mental illness, how many aspiring psychologists consider those in federal, local and state prisons?
Twenty years ago Thursday, actor and former football star O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and friend Ronald Goldman were found murdered outside of her townhouse in Los Angeles. What ensued was thought by many to be the trial of the century or, at the very least, the decade.
The classroom was buzzing with nervous first-day chatter when the pony-tailed and bearded 61-year-old professor walked in.
An adjunct professor at Northwestern’s school of medicine has quit his job and he’s moving away from the Evanston campus because he says he’s angry and disgusted that the school is tolerating bad behavior by students.
A Florida man stands charged with the murder of a Sheridan Road high-rise resident – a woman who made headlines earlier this year for a very public divorce fight with her ex-husband, a Northwestern University professor.
Renowned University of Chicago psychology professor Bertram Cohler has died. He was 73.
Over the strenuous objections of a DuPage County prosecutor, a judge Thursday ordered bond reduced to $300,000 for the Wheaton College professor accused of keeping child pornography on his home computers.
Bond was set at $750,000 Friday morning for a Wheaton College professor who stands charged with possessing child pornography after police seized several computers from his home.
Donald Ratcliff, 60, of Carol Stream allegedly had images and videos containing child pornography, prosecutors allege.
An outspoken University of Chicago political scientist says talk of deploying bombs over Iran is really an effort to secure tougher international sanctions against that country.
The threat to block an increase of the federal debt ceiling is probably no more than that, according to an economics professor at the University of Illinois.