In anticipation of July 29 marking Rodolfo “Rudy” Lozano Day in Cook County, the University of Illinois Chicago Library is announcing that a digital exhibit celebrating the Pilsen activist, labor organizer and UIC…
Congratulations to Jung Mi Scoulas, PhD, University of Illinois Chicago, who received the highest number of votes, for the article "Student Voice in Administrative Decision-making: Inclusive Planning during the Pandemic."
UIC’s annual Image of Research competition showcases the diversity of research at UIC — and the beauty within it.
Graduate and professional students selected as winners or honorable mention recipients in the competition were celebrated April 29 duri
To help commemorate the life of Jane Addams on the 87th anniversary of the Nobel Laureate’s death, the University of Illinois Chicago Library has released digitized yearbooks and annual reports from the settlement house she co-founded. The collection
The winner of the UIC Library English 161 Student Research Award for Fall 2021 is Hannah Dzielawa. Congratulations, Hannah! Hannah, a Biological Science Major with a concentration in Molecular, Cellular and Organismal Biology…
The former activist, community organizer and politician is the subject of a new exhibit at UIC’s Richard J. Daley Library, “A Search for Unity: Rudy Lozano and the Coalition Building in Chicago,” which will run until next fall.
Kate Carpenter retired in Feb. 2022 after 44 years of service as a librarian, 30 of those years at UIC. She was Associate University Librarian for Health Sciences and Associate Dean from 2007 until her retirement.
Students in Karen Su’s Asian American Gender and Sexual Diversity course will have an opportunity this spring to assist in gathering oral histories that are part of the Queer Asian American Archives housed at the Richard J. Daley Library at UIC.