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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.

Grant will fund child care, support for undergraduates with children

Low-income undergraduate students at the U. of I. who need assistance juggling the demands of parenthood and college will be able to get assistance through programs and services offered by the Child Development Laboratory.

How might teaching inclusive history affect the educational, social climate in Illinois' public schools?

Leslie K. Morrow, the director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Resource Center, discusses the impact that a proposed law could have on the curricula and students in Illinois public schools.

Conference to explore impact of erratic state funding on higher education

The impact of unpredictable state funding on students and postsecondary institutions will be the focus of an upcoming conference at the University of Illinois.

Susan Burton, advocate for women re-entering society after prison, to speak at event

Susan Burton, a nationally recognized advocate for restoring civil and human rights to formerly incarcerated women, will discuss her new book and the challenges of re-entering society after prison at an event Tuesday, May 15,  in Champaign.

Seven academic professionals honored with CAPE awards

Seven academic professionals were honored with 2017 Chancellor's Academic Professional Excellence awards at a reception April 6. Now in its 29th year, the program honors the accomplishments and contributions of academic professionals, who provide critical support for administration, research laboratories and educational programs, and offer important outreach programs throughout the state.