UIC Professor Bequeaths School $1MUIC said that with the money bequeathed by Ross Edman to the school will establish a merit-based award for graduate-level art history students -- allowing the school to recruit the "brightest and most qualified applicants to the program."
UIC Gymnastics Needs $25.2 Million To Avoid Being CutThe athletic administration said the teams must raise the money to fully endow the men's and women's programs with full scholarships.
University Historian Receiving Prestigious National AwardBarbara Ransby is the recipient of the American Studies Association's 2018 Angela Y. Davis Prize for Public Scholarship.
University Of Illinois-Chicago To Offer Free Rides To State's Top StudentsHighly successful students will be able to attend the University of Illinois-Chicago for free under a new program seeking to keep the state's top students at home.
UIC Gymnastics Programs To Be Cut After This SeasonStudent athletes and staff on the campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago learned two of their sports teams will be eliminated after this season.
Student Robbed Near UIC CampusA student was robbed near the University of Illinois at Chicago campus Tuesday night.
Daley Donates Documents, Photos To UIC Library Named After His DadAlso at the library is the desk Richard M. Daley sat behind during his 22 years in office and his father used before him when he was mayor.
UIC Cancels R. Kelly, "Love Jam" Concert Will Have Different LineupThe University of Illinois in Chicago cancelled their planned "Love Jam" concert with Chicago R & B singer R. Kelley after controversy sparked regarding his history of sexual misconduct.
Latino Aldermen Seek Improved Services In Hispanic NeighborhoodsA report by UIC showed the Latino population is growing substantially and spreading widely through the city’s neighborhoods.
Woman In Bike Lanes Fatally Struck By Car Near UICA woman standing in the bike lanes near the University of Illinois at Chicago was fatally struck by a car early Sunday morning.
Study: Jobless Youth Without Diplomas Cost Billions In Lost TaxesIllinois has more than 48,000 people between the ages of 16 and 24 who are jobless, out of school, and without a high school diploma.
Study Ties Loss Of Jobs To Rise In Violent CrimeA new study out this week suggests that the loss of jobs in Chicago’s inner city has been a major factor in the rising crime rates in some neighborhoods.
Shots Fired At Chicago Police Near UIC LibraryFor the seventh time in the past two weeks, police came under fire in Chicago, when someone fired shots at officers near the campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Illinois Students Walking Out Of Classes Tuesday To Protest TrumpStudents upset with the election of Donald Trump as the nation’s next president were planning a number of protests across the country on Tuesday, planning to walk out of class to show their anger.
Woman Arrested After Police Chase Of Stolen AmbulanceA woman was arrested Tuesday morning after allegedly stealing an ambulance in Chicago and leading Illinois State Police on a chase on the Tri-State Tollway.