UIC Massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic/feeds/massmail.rss Campus announcements en-us Fri, 17 May 2013 18:52:23 -0500 60 UIC Massmail http://www.uic.edu/favicon.png http://www.uic.edu/uic Campus announcements Limited Competitions The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, Research Development Services, announces the following limited competition opportunities from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health. Please note some rapidly approaching internal deadlines. Advanced authorization is required from Research Development Services to apply for a limited competition. <br /><br />Note: If you cannot reach the desired page by clicking on the link provided, try copying the full URL into your browser's address bar. There should be no spaces in the URL.<br /><br />Table of Contents<br />1. NSF - Partnership for International Research and Education (PIRE) – NSF 14-587<br />2. NIH - Superfund Hazardous Substance Research and Training Program (P42) RFA-ES-14-007<br /><br />Summary<br /><br />1. NSF - Partnership for International Research and Education (PIRE) – NSF 14-587 - PIRE is an NSF-wide program that supports fundamental, international research and education in physical, living, human, and engineered systems. PIRE encourages high-risk/high-reward activities and the pursuit of potentially transformative ideas. PIRE will promote cooperation among scientists and engineers from all nations, and will fund international collaborative activities through all areas of research supported by the NSF. UIC is limited to one submission as a lead institution. For additional information see http://research.uic.edu/funding/limited-submissions/partnership-international-research-and-education-pire-nsf-14-587. <br /><br />2. NIH - Superfund Hazardous Substance Research and Training Program (P42) RFA-ES-14-007 – Note, this opportunity was not originally listed by NIH as a 1 per institution so internal deadlines are rapidly approaching. These Center grants will support problem-based, solution-oriented research Centers that consist of multiple, integrated projects representing both the biomedical and environmental science and engineering disciplines; as well as cores tasked with administrative, community engagement, research translation, training, and research support functions. UIC is allowed one submission. For additional information see www.research.uic.edu/funding/limited-submissions/superfund-hazardous-substance-research-and-training-program-p42-rfa-es-0 <br /><br />Please review program guidelines and eligibility requirements prior to submitting an internal LOI. <br /><br />If you would like to submit to a limited competition which is not posted at our website at http://tigger.uic.edu/depts/ovcr/research/funding/limited_competitions.shtml please contact Tony Halford at RDS@uic.edu or 6-7036. <br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Thu, 24 Jul 2014 16:05:46 -0500 Thu, 24 Jul 2014 16:05:46 -0500 Senior Engineer- Capital Programs Title: Senior Engineer- Office for Capital Programs (Job ID #41021) <br />Department: Facilities Management <br />Category: Civil Service <br />Location: Chicago <br />Close Date: 07/31/2014 <br />Salary Range: $60,000 – $90,000 <br />Shift: Days <br />Hours Per Week: 8:00 a.m to 4:30 pm Mon - Friday <br /><br />Description: Performs professional-level duties in mechanical engineering design; including HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, energy conservation and facilities construction management.<br /><br />Duties: •Develops mechanical project scope and schedules with requesting departments. Reviews mechanical designs, cost estimates and project budgets for complex projects. Reviews the preparation of construction documents. Assists in long term planning for facility improvements and renovations.<br />•Manages campus mechanical systems, works with Physical Plant in all aspects of mechanical operations. <br />•Coordinates with peers, in-house trades and client departments. Provides advice and counsel to other UIC Facilities Management departments within the area of expertise.<br />•Trouble shoots existing systems.<br />•Coordinates department energy conservation measures and energy grant preparations.<br /><br />Qualifications: <br /><br />Minimum Qualifications: <br /><br />1.Bachelor’s degree from an approved college of engineering in Civil, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering. <br />2.Certificate of registration as a Registered Professional Engineer from the Illinois Department of Registration and Education.<br /><br />Preferred Qualifications:<br /><br />Ten years’ experience in the Healthcare and R&D HVAC design environment. Extensive knowledge of mechanical building systems required. Good working knowledge of non-proprietary direct digital control systems. Broad range of HVAC systems experience preferred including: Dual duct, VAV, constant volume reheat, steam and hot water heating systems, heat pumps, health care and research laboratory environments. Energy conservation project experience preferred. A working knowledge of LEED and Energy Grants.<br /><br />Strong computer aided design capabilities, AutoCAD, MS Office software experience. Able to handle multiple projects simultaneously. Excellent spreadsheet experience. Works well independently and an excellent technical communicator.<br /><br />To Apply: For fullest consideration, please complete an online application by clicking the Proceed to Application button below AND submit an Exam Request for Senior Engineer.<br /><br />You must provide transcripts.<br /><br />Transcripts/Certifications MUST be uploaded electronically to your online application through the "Documents" link on the Civil Service Employment Application (Part 1). Be sure to select the appropriate document type before uploading the document.<br /><br />If your educational institution doesn’t provide electronic transcripts they must mail the transcripts to:<br /><br />University of Illinois at Chicago<br />Recruitment and Staffing<br />Human Resources Building Room 109<br />715 S. Wood Street M/C 862<br />Chicago IL 60612<br />Attn: CB9174 - SKY <br /><br />Credential Assessment Exam Scoring Information:<br /><br />You will not be required to report in person for this exam. The updated online application and all uploaded, relevant documents, such as a resume and/or college transcript will be used in the calculation of the exam score. These documents should be uploaded prior to submitting your exam request.<br /><br />When completing your online application, please be sure to provide detailed information about your knowledge and experience, as your qualifications for any Civil Service position will be primarily determined based on what is contained in the application, not the resume. Please be sure to include an accurate email address and to check it regularly for UIC position updates or notices.<br /><br />If an application and exam request are not submitted by the close date, the applicant/employee will not be considered and the exam request will be denied.<br /><br />For fullest consideration, the above mentioned requirements must be submitted no later than Thursday, July 31, 2014.<br /><br />We appreciate your interest in employment at the University of Illinois at Chicago.<br /><br />The University of Illinois is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. <br /><br />Apply at: https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board <br /><br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Wed, 23 Jul 2014 17:01:37 -0500 Wed, 23 Jul 2014 17:01:37 -0500 CORRECTION: Position Available: Institutional Research Data Coordinator Job Details:<br />Title: Institutional Research Data Coordinator<br />Department: Office of Institutional Research<br />Category: Civil Service<br />Location: Chicago<br />Close Date: 08/03/2014<br /><br />The office of Institutional Research is seeking to hire an Institutional Research Data Coordinator. The Data Coordinator is responsible for ongoing development of web applications designed to collect, extract and analyze complex institutional data for academic and administrative planning and decision-making. The position will report directly to the Associate Director of Data Analytics.<br /><br />• Compile data and prepare reports for student academic outcomes, institutional information and organizational effectiveness. <br />• Coordinate data collection activities, and design and develop web applications to collect institutional data. Create, develop and maintain data files, applications and databases.<br />• Extracts data from the university’s data warehouse and other remote data sources by creating new reports/queries and/or modifying and running existing reports/queries.<br />• Cleanses, formats, transforms, loads and analyzes large data sets; ensures that all necessary data are extracted, transformed and loaded according to schedule; creates and maintains data and file organization systems.<br />• Produces accurate and user-friendly reports, charts and graphs.<br />• Creates and follows processes to ensure the highest possible level of accuracy in the work of the department.<br />• Ensures the confidentiality of data.<br />• Develops and maintains databases for longitudinal comparisons and analyses. <br />• Assists in installation of computers and workstations on the network, installing hardware and software upgrades.<br /><br />Perform other related duties and participate in special projects as assigned.<br /><br />Minimum Acceptable Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, education, business, social science or related social science discipline with an emphasis on quantitative research methods is required.<br /><br />A minimum of 1- 2 years’ experience in web development and complex data modeling. <br /><br />Approved Specialty Factors:<br /><br />1. Demonstrated knowledge working with complex databases, data visualization tools and familiarity with building live applications, methodologies and statistics. <br /><br />2. Demonstrated knowledge in web development and complex data modeling, including skills in Active Server Pages, JavaScript, SQL, and database query tools and web database programming. <br /><br />Preferred Qualifications:<br /><br />1. Bachelor’s degree; Computer Science, Information Science or field in which strong data analysis skills are required. Master’s degree is a plus. <br /><br />2. Experience extracting, transforming, loading and analyzing large data sets, using primarily SAS or similar application. Experience with Sungard, Banner, student, human resources or financial systems modules, and knowledge of the underlying data structures and relationships. <br /><br />3. Demonstrated proficiency with social science research methodologies and statistics. Skilled in Active Server Pages, JavaScript and SQL. Working knowledge of database query tools and database programming on the web. <br /><br />To apply for fullest consideration, please complete an online application at: https://jobs.uic.edu/and submit an Exam Request. The application must include all work experience, detailed job duties, start and end dates and whether the position was part time or full time. Please upload all requested information by the close date, if not the applicant/employee will not be considered and the exam request will be denied. Transcripts/licenses/certification’s must be uploaded within the application, hand delivered, or mailed directly from the institution to:<br /><br />University of Illinois at Chicago<br />Recruitment and Staffing<br />Human Resources Building Room 109<br />715 S. Wood Street M/C 862 <br /><br />Position #43020<br /><br />For fullest consideration the above mentioned requirements must be submitted no later than Sunday, August 3, 2014<br />https://jobs.uic.edu/<br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Wed, 23 Jul 2014 15:57:23 -0500 Wed, 23 Jul 2014 15:57:23 -0500 Position Available: Institutional Research Data Coordinator Note: This is a civil service position<br /><br />Responsible for ongoing development of web applications designed to collect, extract and analyze complex institutional data for academic and administrative planning and decision-making. <br />Job Responsibilities (Essential Duties)<br /><br />• Compile data and prepare reports for student academic outcomes, institutional information and organizational effectiveness. <br />• Coordinate data collection activities, and design and develop web applications to collect institutional data. Create, develop and maintain data files, applications and databases.<br />• Extracts data from the university’s data warehouse and other remote data sources by creating new reports/queries and/or modifying and running existing reports/queries.<br />• Cleanses, formats, transforms, loads and analyzes large data sets; ensures that all necessary data are extracted, transformed and loaded according to schedule; creates and maintains data and file organization systems.<br />• Produces accurate and user-friendly reports, charts and graphs.<br />• Creates and follows processes to ensure the highest possible level of accuracy in the work of the department.<br />• Ensures the confidentiality of data.<br />• Develops and maintains databases for longitudinal comparisons and analyses. <br />• Assists in installation of computers and workstations on the network, installing hardware and software upgrades.<br /><br />Perform other related duties and participate in special projects as assigned.<br />Education, Experience, Job Knowledge & Skills<br />A Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, education, business, social science or related social science discipline with an emphasis on quantitative research methods is required.<br /><br />A minimum of 1- 2 years’ experience in web development and complex data modeling. <br /><br />Approved Specialty Factors:<br /><br />1. Demonstrated knowledge working with complex databases, data visualization tools and familiarity with building live applications, methodologies and statistics. <br /><br />2. Demonstrated knowledge in web development and complex data modeling, including skills in Active Server Pages, JavaScript, SQL, and database query tools and web database programming. <br /><br /><br />Preferred Qualifications:<br /><br />1. Bachelor’s degree; Computer Science, Information Science or field in which strong data analysis skills are required. Master’s degree is a plus. <br /><br />2. Experience extracting, transforming, loading and analyzing large data sets, using primarily SAS or similar application. Experience with Sungard, Banner, student, human resources or financial systems modules, and knowledge of the underlying data structures and relationships. <br /><br />3. Demonstrated proficiency with social science research methodologies and statistics. Skilled in Active Server Pages, JavaScript and SQL. Working knowledge of database query tools and database programming on the web. <br />Working Conditions<br /><br />General office environment. Regular domestic travel not expected but may occur occasionally around previously scheduled events. Occasional international travel may be required as needed for program monitoring and assessment. Requires sitting for extended periods of time, standing, visual acumen, manual dexterity and fingering for working with computer key boards<br />* If not within general office conditions, attach detailed environment checklist.<br /><br />Disclaimer<br />This job description reflects the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job. Nothing restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.<br />Signatures and Acknowledgement of Receipt <br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Tue, 22 Jul 2014 15:54:56 -0500 Tue, 22 Jul 2014 15:54:56 -0500 Innovate@UIC: SBIR/STTR 101: Introduction and Overview http://innovate.uic.edu<br /><br />Innovate@UIC presents:<br />SBIR/STTR 101: Introduction and Overview<br /><br />EnterpriseWorks Chicago, the incubation component of Innovate@UIC, is very pleased to host BBC Entrepreneurial Training & Consulting to share their expertise around SBIR/STTR applications.<br /><br />The government's Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs make over $2.6 billion in high-risk, non-dilutive capital available to innovative small companies annually. In this half day class, attendees learn SBIR/STTR program basics, including program purpose, eligibility, sources of funding and tools for proposal development. The class provides enough information for attendees to determine if they would like to seriously pursue a grant or contract proposal.<br /><br />About BBC Entrepreneurial Training & Consulting<br /><br />BBC Entrepreneurial Training & Consulting (BBCetc) is a nationally recognized consulting firm that specializes in helping emerging companies to win federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) funding and to use it strategically to propel growth. BBCetc works with universities, tech-based economic development groups and individual companies across the U.S. with services including commercialization planning, research grant assistance, SBIR/STTR training, and grant and contract management. With expertise in all 11 participating agencies, BBCetc has trained thousands of entrepreneurs in how to prepare winning SBIR/STTR proposals and coached hundreds of companies one-on-one through the process.<br /><br />WHEN:<br />Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 8:30am -12:30pm<br /><br />WHERE:<br />HTI @ Chicago Tech Park<br />2242 West Harrison St, Suite 201<br />Chicago, IL. 60612<br />https://www.eventbrite.com/e/innovateuic-presents-sbirsttr-101-introduction-and-overview-by-bbc-etc-tickets-12241281001<br /><br />For questions contact Lisa McDonald at 312.355.2054 or at lisamcd@uillinois.edu (mailto:lisamcd@uillinois.edu)<br />For more information on Innovate@UIC and its programming and events,<br />visit our website at innovate.uic.edu (http://innovate.uic.edu/)<br /><br />Follow Innovate@UIC<br /><br />https://twitter.com/Innovate_UIC https://www.linkedin.com/company/innovate-uic?trk=biz-companies-cym https://plus.google.com/b/111643179758181526600/111643179758181526600/posts/p/pub<br /><br /><br />Innovate@UIC is a new initiative that supports innovation and technology commercialization on the UIC campus. This initiative coordinates activities around campus that provide education and support for UIC faculty and students looking to license a product, start a new venture, or fund a startup. Through Innovate@UIC, we will increase the impact of UIC innovations and support the culture of innovation at UIC. We will need the help and support of all of our UIC partners to achieve success and hope that you will join us in building Innovate@UIC.<br />http://uic.edu<br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Mon, 21 Jul 2014 16:21:13 -0500 Mon, 21 Jul 2014 16:21:13 -0500 Attend August 2nd Chicago HIV Breakfast Club: Health Literacy, Non-Adherence, or Internet Interference Midwest AIDS Training + Education Center (MATEC) <br />University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago, Dept. of Family Medicine<br />www.matec.info<br /><br />Chicago HIV Breakfast Club<br />Wednesday, August 6, 2014<br />7:30 – 9:00 A.M.<br />This program is offered free of charge (see cancellation policy below).<br />To register, go to: http://bit.ly/aug2014chbc<br /><br />Location:<br />The Marriott UIC/Medical District<br />625 S. Ashland Avenue, Chicago, IL 60607<br />Complimentary valet (arrive early to avoid waiting in valet line) and breakfast buffet<br /><br />“Health Literacy, Non-Adherence, or Internet Interference: Can You Tell the Difference?”<br /> <br />Darcel Reyes, ANP-BC, AAHIVMS, PhDc<br />Rutgers University<br /> <br />Learning Objectives: <br />• Recognize the signs of low literacy in a person with HIV<br />• Use screening tools effectively to assess for low health literacy<br />• Implement interventions that will assist the client with self-management of HIV disease <br />• Intended Audience: Physicians, Physician Assistants, Dentists, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, and Pharmacists who are managing patients with HIV disease.<br /><br />Intended Audience: Physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, dentist, and pharmacists who are managing patients with HIV disease.<br /><br />Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credits Available for Physicians<br />CME Purpose: To help physicians provide optimum care to patients who present with emerging complications and toxicities of HIV disease and treatment. <br /><br />This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the University of Illinois College of Medicine and MATEC. The University of Illinois College of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. <br /><br />Continuing Nursing Education units will be provided by Kansas City Free Health Clinic, an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Kansas State Board of Nursing. This course offering is approved for 2.0 contact hours applicable for RN or LPN relicensure.<br /><br />Planning Committee: Art Moswin, MD, Co-Chair; Norma Rolfsen, ACRN, Co-Chair; Nancy Glick, MD; Herve Sroussi, DMD, PhD; Corrine Blum, MD; Michelle Agnoli, RN, BSN, ACRN; Anne Marie Fosnacht, MPH,CPT; Joan Swiatek, NP, ACRN<br /><br />Cancellation Policy: This program is offered free of charge. However, in order to reduce expenses for meals purchased for individuals who register but do not attend, it has become necessary to implement a cancellation policy. We will charge a fee of $25.00 to anyone who fails to cancel their registration before noon on the Monday prior to the program date. To cancel a registration, contact Alicia McDonald at 312.996.4429 or aliciamc@uic.edu. You must register for this program before noon the Monday preceding the program as this is when expected attendance is confirmed with the venue.<br /> <br />Also, we will no longer accept free on-site registrations. This means that you must register on our website to attend the program free of charge. Registrations at the door will cost $25.00 and must be paid with cash or check. This policy will allow MATEC to continue to offer quality education at no cost to you. <br /><br />Meals for this program are not paid with funding from HRSA's Grant No. H4AHA00062.<br /><br />If you have any questions, or if you require special accommodations to attend, contact Anne Marie Fosnacht at 312-413-4803 or afosna2@uic.edu. <br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Mon, 21 Jul 2014 15:48:31 -0500 Mon, 21 Jul 2014 15:48:31 -0500 Do you want to get into shape this Fall Semester? Register for MILS 121 Do you want to get your blood pumping first thing in the morning?<br /><br />DO YOU WANT TO train like the military, but with NO military OBLIGATION?<br /><br />The Department of Military Science has the class for you!<br /> <br />Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning, this highly effective program takes you through a fitness regimen similar to military boot camp. <br />No need for high priced gyms or personal trainers. Come join us and start your day out right by working out with students just like you. This is a beginner’s class and ALL levels of fitness are welcome!<br /><br />Sign up for MILS 151 today. Class starts on 08/25/14 at the Physical Education Building (PEB). <br />Get Fit. Get Tough.<br /> CRN: 37395 (6:30 am – 7:30 am)<br /> CRN: 37396 (7:45 am – 8:45 am)<br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Wed, 16 Jul 2014 16:32:55 -0500 Wed, 16 Jul 2014 16:32:55 -0500 FREE Facial Cosmetic Surgery Consultation Facial Aesthetic Surgery<br />Changing Faces, Changing Lives<br />University of Illinois - Chicago<br />801 S. Paulina St - Room 110<br />Phone: 312.413.4290 Email:Facialsurgery@uic.edu<br /><br />T. Williams Evans, D.D.S., M.D., F.A.C.S. is a Facial Aesthetic Surgeon with over 40 years of experience. Dr. Evans has joined <br />the UIC Faculty in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial <br />Surgery, and he limits his clinical practice to Facial Plastic Surgery. <br /><br />Dr. Evans is an Internationally-recognized expert in the diagnosis and management of Facial Aestetic Surgery and is available <br />now at UIC for a free consultation with you. <br /><br />Discounted fees are available for members of the University <br />of Illinois-Chicago. <br /><br />Judy Angle from California was treated by Dr. Evans.<br /><br />Dr. Evans performed an endoscopic brow lift, an extended multiplanar multivector facelift, a cervicoplasty (necklift), a chin implant, grafts to forehead grooves, upper eyelid surgery, and a face CO2 laser skin resurfacing.<br /><br />Call today to schedule a complimentary facial aesthetic consultation - 312.413.4290 or email facialsurgery@uic.edu<br /><br />Please visit Dr. Evans' website for further information: www.evansddsms.com<br /><br />For a complete price list of Dr. Evan's fees, see below. The first fee listed is Dr. Evan's usual and customary fee and the second is the discounted fee for UIC faculty, students, staff, and their families.<br /><br /> <br /> <br />Facial Aesthetic Surgery Usual Fees Discounted fees<br /> <br />Examination & Consultation (1 .5 -2 150-200 0 <br /> <br />Augmentation Genioplasty (Chin augmentation) (1 hr.) 3000-3500 2400-3000 <br /> <br />Augmentation Malarplasties (Cheek augmentation) (2 hrs.) 4000-4500 3200-4000 <br /> <br />Primary Open Structure Rhinoplasty (Nose) (3.5 hrs.) 5500-8500 4400-7500 <br /> <br />Secondary Open Structure Rhinoplasty (Nose) (4.5 hrs.) 6500-9500 5200-8000 <br /> <br />Bilateral Otoplasties (Ears) (3 hrs.) 4500-6000 3600-5000 <br /> <br />Transcutaneous Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasties (Upper Eyelids) (2 hrs.) 3000-3500 2400-3000 <br /> <br />Transcutaneous Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasties (Lower Eyelids (2.5 hrs.) 4000-4500 3200-4000 <br /> <br />Transconjunctival Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasties (Lower Eyelids) (2 hrs.) 3000-3500 2400-3000 <br /> <br />Transcanthal Lateral Canthopexies (Lower Eyelids) (3 hrs.) 4000-5000 3200-4000 <br /> <br />Cervicoplasty w/ Liposuction & Platysmaplasty (Neck) (2 hrs.) (w/ facelift) 3500-4500 2800-3500 <br /> <br />Isolated Cervicoplasty (Neck) (2 hrs.) 3500-4500 2800-3500 <br /> <br />Isolated Cervicoplasty with Post Auricular (Neck) (5 hours) 5000-5500 4000-4500 <br /> <br />Endoscopic Browlift (Eyebrows-Forehead) (2.5 hrs.) 5000-6000 4000-4800 <br /> <br />Endoscopic Midfacelift (2.5 hrs.) 4000-5000 3200-4000 <br /> <br />Endoscopic Browlift and Midfacelift (4 hrs.) 8000-8500 6400-7500 <br /> <br />*Primary Extended Multiplanar Multivector Facelift (Face) (5 hrs) 11500-14500 9200-12200 <br /> <br />*Secondary Extended Multiplanar Multivector Facelift (Face) (6 hrs.) 12500-15500 10000-13000 <br /> <br />Alloderm Augmentation Cheiloplasties (Lips) (2 hrs) 3500-4500 2800-3500 <br /> <br />Full Face Laser Skin Resurfacing (Skin) (2.5 hrs.) 4500-5000 3600-4000 <br /> <br />Full Face & Neck Laser Skin Resurfacing (Skin) (3 hrs.) 5500-6000 4400-5500 <br /> <br />Glycolic Acid Superficial Skin Peel (Skin) 100 75 <br /> <br />* does not include separate Browlift or Cervicoplasty if required <br />hrs. = general anesthesia time (surgery time usually 0.5-1 hour less) <br />Fees do not include separate charge for general anesthesia fee 1/1/2012<br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Tue, 15 Jul 2014 16:59:20 -0500 Tue, 15 Jul 2014 16:59:20 -0500 Limited Competitions The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, Research Development Services, announces the following limited competition opportunities from the US India Educational Foundation (USIEF), the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the National Institutes of Health. Advanced authorization is required from Research Development Services to apply for a limited competition. <br /><br />Note: If you cannot reach the desired page by clicking on the link provided, try copying the full URL into your browser's address bar. There should be no spaces in the URL.<br /><br />Table of Contents<br />1. USIEF – Obama Singh 21st Century Knowledge Initiative<br />2. NIST – Center of Excellence in Disaster Relief<br />3. NIH - Institutional Center Core Grants to Support Neuroscience Research (P30) FOA-Not yet released<br /><br />Summary<br /><br />1. U.S. India Educational Foundation – Obama Singh 21st Century Knowledge Initiative - OSI aims to strengthen collaboration and build partnerships between American and Indian institutions of higher education. Exchange activities may include but are not limited to curriculum design, research collaboration, team teaching, focused series of exchanges, seminars, among other activities. Activities should be designed to develop expertise, advance scholarship and teaching, and promote long-term ties between partner institutions. UIC is limited to one submission. For additional information see www.research.uic.edu/funding/limited_competitions/USIEF_OS14.html <br /><br />2. NIST – Center of Excellence in Disaster Relief - This center will rely heavily on computational expertise to develop tools and methods to assess resilience at the community level. NIST hopes this center will address the current lack of science-based tools and metrics in evaluating community resilience to disasters. UIC is allowed one submission as lead organization. For additional information see www.research.uic.edu/funding/limited_competitions/NIST_CE14.html <br /><br />3. NIH - Institutional Center Core Grants to Support Neuroscience Research (P30) FOA-Not yet released - NINDS) intends to publish a FOA to solicit applications for Institutional Center Core Grants to Support Neuroscience Research. Applicants must have a minimum of six NINDS R01-supported investigators, plus a wider base of neuroscience research labs. NINDS has confirmed UIC will be allowed one submission. For additional information see www.research.uic.edu/funding/limited_competitions/NIH_ICCG14.html <br /><br />Please review program guidelines and eligibility requirements prior to submitting an internal LOI. <br /><br />If you would like to submit to a limited competition which is not posted at our website at http://tigger.uic.edu/depts/ovcr/research/funding/limited_competitions.shtml please contact Tony Halford at RDS@uic.edu or 6-7036. <br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Tue, 15 Jul 2014 15:38:46 -0500 Tue, 15 Jul 2014 15:38:46 -0500 Nonprofit Management Webinar: 8/15 Dear UIC Faculty & Staff:<br /><br />Join us on Friday, August 15, at 12 p.m. C.S.T. for the Nonprofit Management Webinar hosted by academic director and instructor Kate Pravera. During the 60-minute event, you’ll learn more about the how the program may fit your educational needs, details about upcoming courses, the online learning experience, and more. There will also be a Q&A session at the end of the presentation, where you can ask any questions you have about the program. <br /><br />RSVP today: www.go.uic.edu/cnmwebinar<br /><br />The CNM online program is fully customizable to your goals and is constructed to be relevant to anyone involved in the nonprofit world, from directors of development to nonprofit managers, to policy advocates and career changers. The comprehensive suite of online courses includes topics such as nonprofit finance, donor and volunteer management, marketing, grant writing and strategic management. You can take individual courses as needed, or you can take six courses to earn a certificate.<br /><br />University of Illinois employees, alumni and current degree-seeking students are eligible for a $35 discount off each course fee (courses range from $550 - $650). <br /><br />Also, did you know that UIC's Lifelong Learning and Educational Access Program may provide eligible employees with release time, flex time, and/or funds for development opportunities focused on enhancing a career at the university? Check with your department or contact LLEAP by phone at (312) 413-9168 or visit https://www.hr.uic.edu/professional_development/lleap/ for more information and to see if you are eligible.<br /><br />Visit the CNM Web site to see which courses are being offered this fall: www.go.uic.edu/coursescnm<br /><br />Sincerely,<br /><br />CNM Team<br />UIC School of Continuing Studies<br />cnm@uic.edu<br />(312) 355-0423<br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Tue, 15 Jul 2014 15:34:19 -0500 Tue, 15 Jul 2014 15:34:19 -0500 American Pop Music - register for fall now! The School of Theatre & Music just added Music 118 - American Pop Music to our well rounded list of general education courses. Where slots are still available, sign up today for any of our general education course to discover the roots of jazz, take an introduction to theatre, span centuries of western music or delve into modern drama! <br /><br />Questions? Call 312-996-2977.<br />Or learn more at theatreandmusic.uic.edu.<br /><br />Music 118 - American Pop Music<br />History of American popular music from 1850 to the twenty-first century. Analysis of musical characteristics, survey of traditions, and examination of social/cultural contexts of popular music developments.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts and Understanding the Past<br /><br />Music 100 - Introduction to Music<br />Understanding what to listen for in music; emphasizes representative works from the Western classical tradition.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts<br /> <br />Music 114 - Jazz History<br />A nontechnical survey of the history and development of jazz from its West African roots to contemporary styles.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts and Understanding the Past<br /> <br />Theatre 109 - Introduction to Theatre<br />Understanding the theatre experience through production examples and the critical examination of the contributions of playwright, actor, director, designer, and audience. Play attendance required.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts and Understanding the Past<br /><br />Theatre 209 - Modern Drama<br />Theatre theories and techniques developed between 1870 and the present, notably those of Ibsen, Appia, Stanislavsky, Meyerhold, Brecht, Artaud, and Grotowski.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts<br /><br />Music 107 - Fundamentals of Music Theory Notation, metrical organization and rhythmic structure, scales and key signatures, intervals, triads, ear training, and sight singing.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts<br /><br />Music 127 - Latin American Music<br />Survey class that introduces students to the rich repertoire of music in Latin America. It explores the history of genres, their development, instruments and representative artists in their geographical, social and cultural contexts.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts and Exploring World Cultures<br /><br />Music 227 - Music Cultures of the Word<br />Examination of music throughout the world from an ethnomusicological perspective. Emphasis on classical, tribal, and folk musics; music as a cultural phenomenon.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts and Exploring World Cultures<br /><br />Music 240 - Music, Gender, and Culture<br />Examination of the intersection of music, gender and sexuality in different historical periods and cultures. Study of music's role in the formation and expression of gender identity in classical and popular music.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts and Understanding the Individual and Society<br /><br />Musical Theatre - coming soon spring 2015<br /><br /><br />Like us on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/UICTheatreandMusic] for the latest news and events from the School of Theatre & Music.<br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Mon, 14 Jul 2014 16:55:18 -0500 Mon, 14 Jul 2014 16:55:18 -0500 American Pop Music - register for fall now! The School of Theatre & Music just added Music 118 - American Pop Music to our well rounded list of general education courses. Where slots are still available, sign up today for any of our general education course to discover the roots of jazz, take an introduction to theatre, span centuries of western music or delve into modern drama! <br /><br />Questions? Call 312-996-2977.<br />Or learn more at theatreandmusic.uic.edu.<br /><br />Music 118 - American Pop Music<br />History of American popular music from 1850 to the twenty-first century. Analysis of musical characteristics, survey of traditions, and examination of social/cultural contexts of popular music developments.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts and Understanding the Past<br /><br />Music 100 - Introduction to Music<br />Understanding what to listen for in music; emphasizes representative works from the Western classical tradition.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts<br /> <br />Music 114 - Jazz History<br />A nontechnical survey of the history and development of jazz from its West African roots to contemporary styles.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts and Understanding the Past<br /> <br />Theatre 109 - Introduction to Theatre<br />Understanding the theatre experience through production examples and the critical examination of the contributions of playwright, actor, director, designer, and audience. Play attendance required.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts and Understanding the Past<br /><br />Theatre 209 - Modern Drama<br />Theatre theories and techniques developed between 1870 and the present, notably those of Ibsen, Appia, Stanislavsky, Meyerhold, Brecht, Artaud, and Grotowski.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts<br /><br />Music 107 - Fundamentals of Music Theory<br />Notation, metrical organization and rhythmic structure, scales and key signatures, intervals, triads, ear training, and sight singing.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts<br /><br />Music 127 - Latin American Music<br />Survey class that introduces students to the rich repertoire of music in Latin America. It explores the history of genres, their development, instruments and representative artists in their geographical, social and cultural contexts.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts and Exploring World Cultures<br /><br />Music 227 - Music Cultures of the Word<br />Examination of music throughout the world from an ethnomusicological perspective. Emphasis on classical, tribal, and folk musics; music as a cultural phenomenon.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts and Exploring World Cultures<br /><br />Music 240 - Music, Gender, and Culture<br />Examination of the intersection of music, gender and sexuality in different historical periods and cultures. Study of music's role in the formation and expression of gender identity in classical and popular music.<br />Fulfills gen ed requirements under Understanding the Creative Arts and Understanding the Individual and Society<br /><br />Musical Theatre - coming soon spring 2015<br /><br />-- <br />Like us on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/UICTheatreandMusic] for the latest news and events from the School of Theatre & Music.<br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Mon, 14 Jul 2014 16:53:35 -0500 Mon, 14 Jul 2014 16:53:35 -0500 UI Health: Looks who’s dancing! Share, Follow & Like Us UI Health July Newsletter<br />http://hospital.uillinois.edu/About_Us/Newsletter/2014-07/July_Newsletter.html<br /><br />Look Who's Dancing<br />On June 17th, UI Health showed what it means to be an Overcomer, and months of hard worked led to a successful production of our first ever Pink Glove Dance video<br />http://hospital.uillinois.edu/About_Us/Newsletter/2014-07/Look_Who's_Dancing.html<br /><br />UI Health Highlights<br />This month, I thought I'd share just a few of the highlights from the Office of the Vice President for Health Affairs and the University of Illinois Hospital.<br />http://hospital.uillinois.edu/About_Us/Newsletter/2014-07/UI_Health_Highlights.html<br /><br />Results Prove More People Know UI Health<br />Once called "the best kept" secret, new results show that UI Health is now more widely known across Chicago.<br />http://hospital.uillinois.edu/About_Us/Newsletter/2014-07/Results_Prove_More_People_Know_UI_Health.html<br /><br />Follow Us, Like Us, and Share Us<br />http://hospital.uillinois.edu/About_Us/Newsletter/2014-07/Follow_Us_Like_Us_Share_Us.html<br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Wed, 09 Jul 2014 16:33:11 -0500 Wed, 09 Jul 2014 16:33:11 -0500 EXTRA HELP - EDITORIAL WRITER SEARCH- College of Pharmacy EXTRA HELP EDITORIAL WRITER – COLLEGE OF PHARMACY<br />Are you a creative, well written, succinct, detail oriented writer/editor? Read On! The College of Pharmacy is seeking a temporary writer/copy editor 30-40 hrs per week to develop and collect material, and to prepare, edit and/or layout copy for publications and presentation to the public and/or campus community including alumni, prospective students, donors, website, publications and social media and other media outlets. Writer will interact with individuals at all organizational levels both within and without the College of Pharmacy and UIC to gether content, design layout, and interview perspective subjects for articles. Excellent Proofreading ability is critical. Applicant must have a bachelor’s degree preferably in communications, journalism, English or related field, Portfolio demonstrating writing ability required and project management experience. Two to three years’ experience and/or graduate work preferred, but demonstrable creativity and writing ability is most important. Applicant must submit cover letter of interest, resume/CV and initially a minimum of two writing samples. Also required with your application materials is a copy of this ad with any corrections/revisions, if needed. Please email all application materials listed to pharmhr@uic.edu by eob July 18, 2014. Questions, email pharmhr@uic.edu. <br /><br /><br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Wed, 09 Jul 2014 16:21:46 -0500 Wed, 09 Jul 2014 16:21:46 -0500 Paid Research Study Dr. Heide Klumpp (PhD) at The University of Illinois at Chicago is conducting a research study on depression and is looking for volunteers to participate. <br /><br />You may be eligible if you: <br /><br />1. Are 18-25 years old<br /><br />2. Suffer from depression<br /><br />Study includes:<br /><br />1. A psychiatric interview<br /><br />2. Two functional MRI scans to non-invasively measure brain function <br /><br />3. Three sessions with electroencephalography (EEG) to non-invasively measure brain function. <br /><br />4. Twelve weeks of standard treatment with talk therapy called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). <br /><br />Interested volunteers should have no metal parts in their body and no major medical or neurological illness. Patients who are currently undergoing psychotherapy (talk therapy) or taking certain medications that affect the brain may not qualify for the study. Women should not be pregnant or trying to become pregnant. This study involves a time commitment of approximately 24 hours over a total of 18 visits. Volunteers will receive $15 per hour. All information you give is confidential. <br /><br />Please call or email for more information:<br /><br />CALL: 312-413-4763\888-686-5591<br /><br />EMAIL: emotion@psych.uic.edu<br /> massmail http://www.uic.edu/uic MassmailFeed Tue, 08 Jul 2014 16:21:58 -0500 Tue, 08 Jul 2014 16:21:58 -0500