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UIC welcomed more than 5,000 prospective students and their families to campus Sept. 13 for the annual Open House. Missed it? Schedule a visit!
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UIC Career Services

From job fairs to in-person and online training, UIC Career Services helps students prepare for their future.
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Beginning a new year

With more than 27,500 students, UIC is Chicago's largest university and one of the nation's most diverse university campuses.
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New soccer team kicks off

The Flames add a new sport to the Horizon League line-up: women's soccer.
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Learning how to fall

Clive Pai, professor of physical therapy in the College of Applied Health Sciences, wants to prevent falls and fall-related injuries for older adults.
Read more » about Clive Pai's research.

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University Hall and Sears Tower Student standing outside job fair Students arriving at convocation Women playing soccer Clive Pai and his research assistants in the lab

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  • THU October 2

    Linear Multiple Regression - SAS

    Linear Multiple Regression: A start-to-finish example of some of the various procedures and options for univariate screening of data prior to producing a multiple-regression model (e.g., addressing ...

  • THU October 2

    Critical Language and Study Abroad Scholarship Info Session

    Information about funded opportunities for critical language study and ...

  • THU October 2

    Connect Series at IES

    Are you interested in starting your own business? Would you like to hear how other entrepreneurs turn their ideas into reality? Stop by the UIC Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies for the ...

 
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