The U.S. Department of Education has awarded NEIU a five-year, $5 million grant to help increase the number of students who complete STEM majors.
A team of researchers from the University of Chicago recently partnered with the CDPH to develop a new advanced mapping tool that measures neighborhood health using trees. The University will plant $46 million worth of trees in neighborhoods using the tool.
A Master's of Education student from NLU has created a collaborative platform for bilingual educators to help address the obstacles that bilingual teachers face
The University of Illinois Chicago is among a select group of Hispanic-Serving Institutions recognized as a Fulbright HSI Leader by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs for its commitment to the Fulbright Program, the U.S. government’s flagship international educational exchange program.
Anthony Alvarez, a senior at Lane Tech College Prep, is a first-generation student and the first member of the University of Chicago’s Class of 2026.
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded National Louis University (NLU) a five-year, $2.8 million Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions (DHSI) Program grant that will increase the number of multilingual students in the undergraduate teacher pipeline.
The University of Chicago has received its largest ever estate gift, a $50 million bequest expected to help fund the university’s commitments to “educational access and financial aid,” among other things.
Chicago has been named the #1 best big city in the U.S. by Conde Naste Traveler for the 5th year in a row.
About 85 leaders including South Side elected officials, principals, nonprofit directors, board members on neighborhood advisory councils, were on the University of Chicago campus in Hyde Park to share details about their individual sectors and endeavors to let students consider the pathways and opportunities of engagement while there.
What used to be the admissions office for DePaul University has been transformed to a space where youth and adults alike can get free services from speech language pathologists and clinicians who can aid people with problems with speech, language, communication and swallowing disorders. The Lincoln Park facility launched in tandem with DePaul’s new master’s degree program in Speech Language Pathology. Students in the program will work alongside faculty and provide care and therapy to the public.