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Chancellor’s Commission on Native Imagery: Healing and Reconciliation begins work

The Chancellor’s Commission on Native Imagery: Healing and Reconciliation begins its work today.

Krannert Art Museum to offer short films, panel discussion for World AIDS Day

Krannert Art Museum will screen short films about AIDS activism – the only downstate Illinois venue to show the films – for World AIDS Day on Dec. 1.

Checks and balances, presidential power the topics of Nov. 29 Cline Symposium

Constitutional checks and balances and the power of the presidency will be topics of a speech and roundtable Nov. 29 at the U. of I.

Irish artists Kennedy Browne grapple with ‘Real World Harm’ at Krannert Art Museum

The first solo U.S. exhibition by Irish artists Kennedy Browne at Krannert Art Museum raises questions about global commerce and technology.

EU ambassador to speak Nov. 9 as part of EU Day at Illinois

The EU’s ambassador to the U.S. will discuss the U.K. Brexit process and transatlantic relations as part of EU Day on Nov. 9.

Illinois slavery book author to speak Nov. 8 as part of bicentennial series

Slavery in Illinois and the move to freedom will be the subject of a Nov. 8 lecture at the U. of I., part of a series commemorating the state’s bicentennial.

Faculty artists engage the contemporary world with exhibition at Krannert Art Museum

University of Illinois art and design faculty members show their work at Krannert Art Museum.

Berenbaum named PNAS editor-in-chief

University of Illinois entomology professor and department head May Berenbaum, a member of the National Academy of Sciences and longtime editorial contributor to the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and other journals, has been appointed editor-in-chief of PNAS, effective Jan. 1.

New center to accelerate quantum information science and engineering

The Illinois Quantum Information Science and Technology Center is the centerpiece of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s $15 million investment in the emerging area of quantum information science and engineering.

Honey bee researcher Gene Robinson elected to National Academy of Medicine

Entomology professor Gene Robinson, an international leader in honey bee research, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine “for pioneering contributions to understanding the roles of genes in social behavior.” Robinson directs the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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