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Alumna named Schwarzman Scholar

University of Illinois alumna Katherine Pollman, of Greenville, Illinois, was named a Schwarzman Scholar, one of 145 recipients selected from an international...

NPR: Not A Regular Reader? 4 Strategies To Make Reading A Habit

If you have trouble reading, it doesn't necessarily end as soon as you're out of school. Nearly 20% of adults struggle to...

VOA: Asian Nations Score Top Grades Worldwide

Students in China, Singapore, Macao, Estonia, Japan, Finland, Korea, Canada and Hong Kong are among those who eclipse U.S. students in reading,...

ILLINOIS ECE BUILDING AWARDED LEED PLATINUM CERTIFICATION

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering building at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has been awarded LEED Platinum certification.

ECE ALUMNUS LAUNCHES THE FIRST COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE BIONIC HAND CAPABLE OF MULTITOUCH FEEDBACK

Millions of hand amputees around the world are now closer to receiving a life changing, prosthetic device- a bionic hand capable of...

Altgeld and Illini Hall Project enters new design phase

The University of Illinois has taken a significant step toward breaking ground on the Altgeld and Illini Hall Project, with architects recently...

VOA: More Students From Fake University Arrested, Deported

More international students who said they were attending a university that was actually a shell created by the U.S. Department of Homeland...

Report shows 3-decade rise in foreign STEM students

The number of foreign students earning degrees in science, technology, engineering or mathematics has risen steadily for decades, according to new data from the...

Tax Evasion by High-Income Youtubers in Korea. Is There a Way to Stop It?

Tax evasion has become an unstoppable problem as people pay taxes and socioeconomic inequality inheres in our society. With celebrities and major...

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