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Planting the seeds

Students working in the UIC Heritage Garden are not just growing flowers and vegetables: they're learning about diversity, cultural and sustainability.  
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Programming fun and learning

More women in engineering and technology: that's the goal of Girls Who Code, a nationwide organization for girls ages 12 to 18. UIC's Women in Science and Engineering program sponsors a chapter  on campus.
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A blend of the best

Biology professor Paul Malchow combines the latest technology with tried-and-true teaching methods. That's one reason he's received two Silver Circle Awards for excellence in teaching from graduating seniors.
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Go, Pyro Paddlers!

How many universities can say they have a dragon boat racing team? UIC's Pyro Paddlers – students, alumni, faculty and staff – compete in two races every summer in Chicago and St. Charles.
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Science that matters

"Our whole purpose is to move from laboratory experiments to real-world applications," says engineering professor Amin Salehi-Khojin. His research includes new solutions to air pollution and improvements in nanotechnology.
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