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Campus Programs is an office in Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, and within the Department of Campus unions. The office of the Vice Chancellor works to "create a student body that reflects the diversity of Illinois, facilitate graduation through special programs and services, and establish a positive and diverse learning environment that is necessary to expand student's
The Cooperative Teachers Corps Program was an experiment designed by the College of Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago Circle in cooperation with School District No. 19 of the Chicago Public Schools located in the near west side neighborhood of Pilsen. The aim of the program was to train teachers intended for urban schools in community immersion and
Grace Holt was an instructor at UIC for 22 years. In addition to teaching in the Department of Speech and Theatre and the Black Studies Program (African-American Studies Department), Professor Holt was active in the UIC community throughout her career and became involved in women's and African-American issues at the national level. Professor Holt was a pioneer both for promoting
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences -- Department of Geography -- Faculty papers -- James Landing papers
James Landing was born in Buffalo, New York on January 7, 1928. He joined the University of Illinois Circle Campus on September 1, 1968. At UIC he was a member of the Department of Geography for over thirty years and also served as Director of the Religious Studies Program and the successful program in Environmental Geography. He has over 100
College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs -- Center for Urban Economic Development -- Publications -- Assorted Reports
Assorted reports published by the College of Urban and Economic Development. Publications include assessments of Chicago public housing, urban development and urban renewal issues, and economic impact of job losses on African-Americans and Latinos.
Nan E. McGehee was the Associate Chancellor and Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago Circle during the 1960s and 1970s. McGehee served on a number of committees, including chairing a search committee for the Dean of the College of Urban Science and chairing the committee to reconstitute the Faculty Senate. McGehee also served as the
Office of the Chancellor -- Student Activities Funding Committee (SAFC) -- Student Government -- Student Congress records
The Student Activities Funding Committee is a committee made up of 14 students and 7 faculty and staff members. An advisor from the Campus Programs Department oversees the committee. The Committee acts as an advisory to the Vice-Chancellor of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. The mission of the office of the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs is to create a
Office of the Chancellor -- Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs -- Administration -- Planning and Policy Documents
The office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs works to create a student body that reflects the diversity of Illinois, facilitate graduation through special programs and services, and establish a positive and diverse learning environment that is necessary to expand student's lives. The Vice Chancellor, who is also the Provost, oversees the Offices of the Vice Provosts for: Information
Office of the Chancellor -- Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs -- Publications -- Affirmative Action Goals and Timetables for Academic and Administrative Personnel (1979), and UICC Affirmative Action Plan, 1981/82 (December 1981) and UICC Goals and Timetable Analysis (March 1977)
Affirmative Action Goals and Timetables for Academic and Administrative Personnel (1979), is based on a survey and data gathered by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, to assess compliance with interim goals set for 1981. "UICC Affirmative Action Plan, 1981/82" (December 1981) and "UICC Goals and Timetable Analysis" (March 1977).
Office of the Chancellor -- Vice Chancellor for Administration -- Affirmative Action Programs -- Publications -- UIC Employment Data, 1991-92 (August 1992)
UIC Employment Data, 1991-92 (August 1992) contains data on academic and civil service employees in light of affirmative action guidelines.
At the end of World War II, the University of Illinois opened a two-year undergraduate division at the Navy Pier campus to accommodate the large number of Chicago-area college students and returning veterans who wanted to take advantage of the GI Bill. By the early 1950s, student demand had sufficiently outstripped Navy Pier's capacity, so the University initiated a search
University Offices -- Vice-president for Academic Affairs -- Publications -- "Overview of Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action" (1975)
Overview of Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action, a report prepared for presentation to the Board of Trustees on October 8th, 1975.