On July 20 the Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Astrida Orle Tantillo as permanent Dean of LAS. The Dean shares some of the College’s recent accomplishments.
The world of high-energy particle physics recently celebrated the discovery of a new boson that might or might not be the long-sought Higgs. Our HEP physicists explain what all the excitement is about.
Why do some individuals have a facility for learning languages while others struggle? LAS’s Kara Morgan-Short is employing neuroscience techniques to answer the question.
Rising academic star Peter D’Agostino was murdered in 2005. His college and department have established a scholarship to honor his memory.
Six LAS proposals get approval and support from the Office of the Chancellor, paving the way for the hiring of 30 new faculty members who will work across disciplines on leading-edge scholarship.
The Institute marks its 30th anniversary year and furthers humanities research by LAS scholars in African American studies, English, history, Latin American and Latino studies, philosophy and political science.
Graduate students from sociology, anthropology and Hispanic and Italian studies welcomed their colleagues to campus this spring to share their latest research and engage in professional networking.
LAS undergraduate students take full advantage of research opportunities at UIC, and represent the College beautifully when they present their findings.
LAS alumna Nitoshia Ford faced numerous challenges to achieving her goals, but her persistence and intellectual passion gave her the strength to succeed.
Four LAS students received Gilman Scholarships this year, enabling them to spread their wings and develop new levels of cultural literacy.
Cricket fossils, government corruption and the construction of identity are just some of the areas of inquiry into which LAS scholars delve. Plus news about faculty awards and honors.
From biblical studies to experimental literature, LAS faculty members are publishing in their fields.
Commencement slide show, alumni receptions, a distinguished professor and upcoming fall events.