All global

January 16, 2024

Digging into facts and the field, UIC anthropologists aid search for war veterans 

The Center for the Recovery and Identification of the Missing partners with U.S. military to find lost service members around the globe

Maija Renko

January 9, 2017

Never too early for startups to go global, study says

How and why do some companies choose to internationalize at a young age?

Stack of books in front of a world map

January 14, 2016

Six students awarded Gilman study abroad scholarships

Over 135 UIC students funded by State Department program since 2006

Stack of books in front of a world map

November 24, 2015

Nine UIC students awarded Gilman study abroad scholarships

State Department award has funded 130 UIC students since 2006

camels in the desert

November 10, 2015

New grad volunteers to build community, understanding

Habitat for Humanity project sparks interest in nonprofit career

Aftermath of the April 25 earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal.

August 11, 2015

Disaster response research is personal for UIC engineering student

As he helped family after quake, Nepal native studied emergency response

Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas Solórzano, Mexico City secretary of foreign affairs, and Michael Redding, UIC executive associate chancellor for public and government affairs, sign an agreement for cultural and academic collaboration

July 7, 2015

UIC, Mexico City formalize academic, cultural partnership

Agreement includes research, exchange programs

Navika Shukla and Jane Zhang

May 19, 2015

Students develop inventions to solve global problems

UIC group creates prototype of electricity-free fridge for clinics in India

April 22, 2015

Urban experts from five continents gather at Great Cities symposium

Experts to discuss urban economics from global perspective

Rosa Cabrera

April 14, 2015

Latino Cultural Center director connects food, culture and memory

Lecture series on chocolate ties snack to environmental, social issues

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