EVENTS

 

How Do You Fuel the Flame? Beyond Giving Tuesday

 

CUPPA Alumni Holiday Party at Jak's Tap, Chicago, Dec. 6

 

UIC December Commencement, Dec. 10

 

Fall Semester classes end with final examinations Monday, Dec. 5 through Friday, Dec. 9.

 

UIC campus holiday/reduced service schedule begins on Friday, Dec. 23. General campus administrative offices closed and academic building (including CUPPA Hall) entrance doors locked until Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017.

 

Spring semester classes begin on Monday, Jan. 9, 2017.

 

Information on CUPPA Student Scholarship Award Opportunities


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IN THE NEWS

 

U and I Care. Providing a network of care for UIC students.

 

CUPPA is the University of Illinois’s home for the study of public policy and contemporary urban challenges.

 

Center for Public Safety and Justice receives two new Federal grants to support community policing programs.

 

On Chicago Public Radio’s “Morning Shift,” David Merriman, public admin prof, discussed the lack of an Illinois state budget and new IGPA reports that propose some potential solutions for the state’s financial problems.

 

Steve Schlickman, UPP adjunct/former director of UTC, was interviewed in a NPR report on recent successful ballot measures for transportation funding and the infrastructure plans of President-elect Donald Trump.

 

Dean Michael Pagano was interviewed in a Chicago Public Radio news story on President-elect Donald Trump’s proposal to cut federal funds to sanctuary cities assisting undocumented immigrants.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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