Among the 1,985 former students and faculty members featured on our Gies College of Business-powered website: The Class of 2003’s Shaila Kotadia, director of culture and inclusion at Stanford’s School of Medicine.
Use the dead of winter to make plans for bringing your landscape back to life.
'We are afraid that this kind of large gathering of people will endanger public safety,' Emily Liu, director of the Chinese American Association of Central Illinois' annual event, said through a translator.
During that time, over 90 UI employees have combined to contribute more than 10,000 hours to mentoring elementary, middle, junior high and high school students. Some have been with their mentees for over 10 years.
Among the 1,985 former students and faculty members featured on our Gies College of Business-powered website: NBC veteran and 1974 journalism grad BOB EPSTEIN, an Emmy and Peabody award-winning network news producer.
Krannert Center for the Performing Arts will host Korean children’s performance company Brush Theatre’s performance of ‘Yao Yao’ this weekend, including a show at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Here are three things to know about the show, courtesy News-Gazette staff writer Anthony Zilis:
Among the 1,985 former students and faculty members featured on our Gies College of Business-powered website: Bucknell University Professor Michelle Johnson, who earned her Ph.D. in anthropology while studying at the side of her mentor.
On Tuesday, University Housing sent an email reminding them that though recreational use has been legalized for those 21 and older, 'the possession or use of marijuana in any form still remains a crime under federal law.'
Students with respiratory illnesses will be screened regardless of whether they've been to an area of China with a confirmed case of the virus, which has infected more than 300 people in six countries, including a case confirmed Tuesday in Washington state.
Why bother watching the Senate impeachment trial of the 45th President? There are plenty of reasons, as laid out for The News-Gazette by eight UI professors of political science and law.
Baroque Artists of Champaign-Urbana (BACH), at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 9 in the Chapel of St. John the Divine, will present a concert by “Les Délices” (“The Delights”), a Cleveland-based touring chamber ensemble. Soprano Clara Rottsolk will be heard in works that depict the tales from the Greek po…
Among the 1,980 former students and faculty members featured on our Gies College of Business-powered website: two-degree grad Doug Litteken, now a Houston-based structural engineer for NASA.
On Thursday, months before the UI president's five-year anniversary, trustees approved an extension that raises his salary to $835,000, with an annual $100,000 retention bonus to be paid in a lump sum if he reaches the end of his contract in 2024.
Among the 1,979 former students and faculty members featured on our Gies College of Business-powered website: Class of 1988 grad Bill Nagel, who in 2018 was named publisher of the San Francisco Chronicle, succeeding another Illinois grad (2017 Editor & Publisher Publisher of the Year Jeff Johnson).
The facility was established with a grant from the University YMCA’s national organization and offers services of all kinds — from connections to food assistance to financial help for students, health care and employment, among other things.
Now featured at our Gies College of Business-sponsored ‘UI at 150 & Beyond’ website: 1960s Illinois undergrad and 2003 Danville High Wall of Famer Irving Azoff, who we learned Wednesday is four months away from another impressive induction — into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The base tuition for in-state undergraduates next fall would increase by $218 to $12,254 a year at the Urbana-Champaign campus, UI officials said.
Among the 1,979 former students and faculty members featured on our Gies College of Business-powered website: two-degree grad, Indianapolis law partner and Champaign native Stacy Walton Long, an alumna of Booker T. Washington Elementary, Franklin Middle School and Centennial High.
At 2:30 p.m. Thursday, the University YMCA on Wright Street will close early for the day, as a way to pay tribute to one of its own: longtime receptionist and housing director CaroL Nunn, 65, who passed away Saturday after an eight-month bout with cancer.
On Thursday in Chicago, trustees will vote on a four-year extension, the longest allowed by state law. Tim Killeen would make $835,000 annually, with base pay and incentives rolled into one sum.
Though they may not be able to offer the 'luxury' experience advertised by new high-rises, those who run smaller buildings say they are finding ways to keep up with lower rent and good amenities.
Editor Jeff D’Alessio’s weekly chat with a local boss about leadership, management style and more. This week: The dean of the University of Illinois Gies College of Business.
The agenda for Thursday’s meeting in Chicago includes an item on the president’s extension, without any specifics. The UI typically doesn’t release contract details of high-profile officials until the day of the meeting.