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Congratulations graduates!

More than 7,500 UIC graduates will be honored at UIC commencements May 6-10.

A new spot to study hard, get ahead

The Circle Reading Room in the Daley Library is a new space to study, complete with bright sunlight and a warming fireplace.
Read more » about the Circle Reading Room.

Award-winning teachers

Evolutionary biologist Joel Brown is a squirrel fanatic, world traveler, award-winning researcher and teacher.
Read more » about Joel Brown.

Circle back, UIC forward

Alumni and retired faculty returned to campus for the 50th anniversary of the founding of Circle Campus, the forerunner to UIC. They even reenacted the historic ribbon-cutting.
Read more » about the event.

Counting zebras

Computer scientist Tanya Berger-Wolf directs the design of a software that analyzes photos of African wildlife for information about population size, movement patterns and more.
Read more » about Tanya's research.

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  • MON May 4

    Learn how to minor in social justice

    Starting in the Fall 2015, students can Minor in Social Justice! Learn about course offerings and the opportunities and experiences students can have as a minor in social justice! Enroll in the first ...

  • TUE May 5

    Spanish Conversation Club

  • WED May 6

    MyDisclosure Application Demo at the Open Forum

    What is the MyDisclosure Application? MyDisclosure is an online application that is anticipated to be released by August 2015. It will replace the paper based Report of Non-University Activities ( ...

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