University of Illinois
Good news, Class of 2016: A new survey shows that those UI grads who landed jobs earned an average salary of $55,390 within six months of commencement. Hmmm. Is that how you remember life after college?
Head of emergency and critical care service
How was the Re-Fashioned Fashion Show last week?
I loved it. I arrived early to snag a front-row seat in the new venue for the show, the modernist, glass-filled lobby of Temple Hoyne Buell Hall. The students in Fashion 299 taught by Susan Becker seemed to use different materials than in the past. That's because she tweaked the assignments and added a new one.
After a year of unprecedented turnover on campus — including a new chancellor, provost, football coach and athletic director — University of Illinois students can look forward to more new faces and places when they return to school next August.
Meet the next chancellor
URBANA — Like many students, Donna O'Shaughnessy inherited a secondhand family car when she went off to college at the University of Illinois.
Not from her parents — from her son.
Forty years after first enrolling (and then dropping out) of the UI, this 56-year-old grandmother and former nurse will receive her bachelor's degree in creative writing today.
URBANA — The University of Illinois College of Medicine at Urbana-Champaign will launch a new residency program in general psychiatry next year, with a hope that at least some of the doctors graduating in this badly-needed specialty will stay after they graduate and call East Central Illinois home.
Leading up to Saturday’s commencement, we’ll spotlight University of Illinois graduates from around the globe.
CHAMPAIGN — Her home government in Singapore is helping pay for her education.
She has an internship at NASA Ames in Mountain View, Calif. this summer.
URBANA — After a year of unprecedented turnover on campus — including a new chancellor, provost, football coach and athletic director — University of Illinois students can look forward to more new faces and places when they return to school next August.
Here's a sneak preview of a story coming Sunday, with one item in our look ahead to the fall semester:
SPRINGFIELD — The director of the Illinois Board of Higher Education said he and other officials are "fearful" of an accelerated move away from Illinois colleges and universities by people born and raised in the state.
CHAMPAIGN — In October, State Farm Center will rock to its first concerts since its $170 million renovation began.