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The hospital and the university are sharing the cost of the scanner as well as the installation and maintenance costs over the next 10 years. The UI’s share will be $7.76 million, administrators told trustees Monday at a committee meeting.
The new commitments for Jump ARCHES — Applied Research for Community Health through Engineering and Simulation — which was established in 2013 with $25 million from the financial technology firm Jump Trading, bring its total endowment to $112.5 million.
The space will be used for the growing School of Information Sciences, now headquartered in a former fraternity house a block away at 501 E. Daniel St., C, and for the new vice chancellor for diversity, equity and inclusion and his staff.
URBANA — New sexual-harassment complaints, including one made by the University of Illinois itself, have surfaced against UI Police Officer Br…
Professor Eunice Santos, chairwoman of the computer science department at Chicago’s Illinois Institute of Technology, was announced Friday.
The agency released more details on the plan Wednesday, saying the project was prompted both by safety concerns at intersections and overall pavement conditions.
Illinois Tech signed an agreement Wednesday to partner on the initiative, which is designed to bring students, faculty, industry and government together to spark discoveries, fuel economic growth and help retain the state’s top talent.
And the proposal for the section between Bloomington Road and Springfield Avenue has been met with concerns about traffic, speeders and encroachment on yards.
The millions donated by the lifelong Danville resident and Korean War veteran who made it his mission to help his hometown went to groups that advocated for children, education, the environment, health care, historic preservation, the arts, veterans and people with disabilities.
A building permit filed last week with the city of Champaign shows Kam’s relocating to 102 E. Green St., C, the former site of a Domino's that’s since been torn down, while the 600 block of East Daniel Street, where it stood for decades, is expected to be turned into a new apartment/retail/office complex.