Academic relations and development
Harvard Magazine: Inclusive Design, Incisive Art Amy Yoshitsu's vision for change
Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business: When commitment to failing projects is perfectly rational
Stanford Business Magazine:
- Indulging in a Guilty Pleasure? Don't Put It on the Card.
- Why We See Rescue Robots as Helpers, Not Heroes
- When It Comes to Communication from the Top, Less Isn't More
- What Kind of Product "Authenticity" Appeals in China?
- The brain, the heart and the soul: How three Catholic churches are merging to create a new type of parish
- A nonprofit ministers on "both sides of the gun" Together Chicago reduces gun violence with a five-pronged strategy designed to reduce crime on the streets and improve social conditions on Chicago's West Side.
- A Chicago-area coalition trains leaders in organizing and Catholic social teaching
- The neighborhood watch - Loyola Stands takes a multifaceted, hyperlocal approach to gun violence prevention
- Correcting the record With so much climate misinformation circulating, how can you separate fact from fiction?
University of Chicago Professional Education:
- Breaking the Paradigm of the Three-Stage Life In the Fourth Industrial Revolution - Continuing Education Is a Requirement, Not an Added Value
- How the Capitol Protests Became a Security Breach
The University of Chicago Magazine:
- Scope of inquiry
- Rolling the dice: Chicago Booth clinical professor of entrepreneurship Waverly Deutsch brings theatrical and gaming influences to her teaching.
- Full STEAM Ahead at Kids Science Labs
Northwestern Kellogg School of Management:
- Healthcare at Kellogg: Inside the Deep Dive immersion program
- Cindi Bigelow boils it down: How the third-generation Bigelow Tea CEO relies on humility and curiosity to run her family-owned company.
- A legacy of evolution: What happens when a revamp meets a pandemic?
- The modern, agile, 100-year-old firm Edward Jones' Penny Pennington '12 reflects on the importance of emotional intelligence and how a human-centric approach helped the firm navigate the challenges of the pandemic.
- Passion Project: Putting Kellogg's lessons to work in Africa
- Kellogg announces 2017 Social Impact Awards winners: Two Kellogg social entrepreneurs receive a total of $140,000 to launch and develop their startups after graduation.
- Announcing the first winner of the Rockefeller Foundation & Kellogg School of Management Sustainable Investing Fellowship: CampoColombia, a Sustainable Investing Challenge finalist, will receive a year's worth of intensive support
- Northwestern debuts new online leadership series
- Creating Win-Win Scenarios for Companies and Investors: Divya Narendra '12 Looks to Turn Sumzero Into the Wikipedia of Investment Ideas
- Start Me Up: Emile Cambry Jr. '08.
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law:
- A Case of Love: An Engagement Story in the Classroom
- Henry Zhu (JD' 22) Receives the Prestigious Skadden Fellowship for Public Interest Work
- Anika Gray's Big Ambitions as Northwestern Pritzker School of Law's New Director of the Gender Equity Initiative
- ABA Names Professor Shobha Mahadev Fearless Children's Lawyer of the Month
- Where business, law and STEM converge: Celebrating its 10th year, Pritzker School of Law's Master of Science in Law program prepares students for diverse roles in a myriad of fields
- It doesn't have to be so hard: How Northwestern Law faculty, alumni, and students are addressing mental health, and vowing to create healthier and happier attorneys.
- Legal Eagles: From fighter plane cockpits to the courtroom -- a look at the lives of veterans who pursue a new career path in law (p. 23)
Northwestern School of Professional Studies:
- A Rookie at 96 - Newt Minow leads his first OLLI study group--36 years after bringing the lifelong learning program to Northwestern.
- Long-distance learning: Public Policy and Administration
- Data-Focused Doctor MS in Health Analytics student Tim Owolabi is building skills needed to bring the promise of analytics to healthcare
- The new world of sports statistics
- JR Runez ('16) Combines Knowledge and Experience to Customize His Career
Weinberg Magazine (Northwestern University): Global Bloom: A gift of unprecedented generosity from alumna Roberta Buffett Elliott '54 is expanding the College's global view in new and creative ways.
ASU School of Business Alumni Magazine: The serious side of entertainment (I covered Teglas, O'Connor, and Zimmerlich)
Michigan Law Quadrangle: Asim Rehman, '01: Overseeing The Nation's Largest Police Department
The University of Chicago Office of Gift Planning:
- Small town, big impact -- After his brain-tumor diagnosis, Chicago Booth employee Brian Thomas set up a scholarship fund for UChicago undergrads.
- Rare finds: Neil Harris and Teri Edelstein plan to share their passion for rare illustrated books with future generations.
University of Chicago Booth Magazine:
- Health Is Wealth - Booth's new Healthcare Initiative uses analytical and humanistic approaches to make a positive impact on the healthcare industry.
- Booth COVID-19 Volunteers Program Pairs MBA Skills with Community Need
- Community Volunteers Program Connects Booth Students with Local Anti-Racist Organizations
- The View from Mexico City: The Alumni Club of Mexico loves to gather--with family, guest speakers, and each other.
- At Home, Abroad: A lifetime of wanderlust inspires Kendra Mirasol to support cultural exchange
- Soar Winner Founded by Louise Shimmel, '77, the Cascades Raptor Center rescues more than 300 sick or injured birds of prey each year.
- The View from Seattle: Intriguing content presented in marquee locations brings together members of a fast-growing club.
The Core (University of Chicago):
- Big Shoes to Phil: Much like an actual phoenix, the origins of Phil the Phoenix, the University's mascot, are shrouded in legend.
- A Race in the Sun
- Top Nine Food Truck Items
- What's On Your Plate?
- Big Dog on Campus: Meet Yoder, the Presidential Dog.
- Fundamentals Questions
- Teacher of Teachers: Quantrell Award winners talk about what they've learned in the classroom.
- The Romance Laureate of Pittsburgh: Just don't call Gwyn Cready's books "bodice rippers."
Dialogo (University of Chicago):
- In the city, in the field: In Chicago's schools and neighborhoods, social scientists continue to use the city as their lab--and their work--to improve lives
- Photo bombs: Exploring the serious questions of humor in photography.
- Start her up: A journey from international relations to the shared economy
- Doing something without doing everything: Lars Peter Hansen shapes the legacy of Chicago economics.
- Spotlight: Graduate student Samuel Perry blends spirituality and sociology
- Human (and non-human) rights: Comparative human development's new chair sees the field expanding in new directions.
- International enterprise: UChicago honors its Latin American research roots.
- Go out there and meet people: How the Chicago school of sociology changed the field.
- The state as history and theory: Elisabeth Clemens aims to bring together history, political science, and sociology in one of the Neubauer Collegium's inaugural projects.
- The language of sound: Samantha Fan explores different perspectives through language and music.
Inquiry/Chemists Club (University of Chicago Physical Sciences):
- Polymath - From mathematics to literature to psychology to math again, Danny Calegari has found his calling.
- Team work - Alumna Nancy Ford brings UChicago's interdisciplinary spirit to her molecular research.
Lablife (University of Chicago):
- Sacred Space: A background in critical thinking helped establish Lab alumni as religious leaders
- Comic timing: W. Kamau Bell prepares for his next upswing in the roller coaster business of comedy
- Clustered Learning: A hands-on Summer Link experience inspires students to try grid computing at Lab
- Teacher travelers: The ideals of John Dewey reach around the world
Northwestern University Annual Report: Northwestern Experts Go Global to Engage Big Questions
Medicine on the Midway (University of Chicago Hospital): Two disciplines: one goal: Retired after a successful career in pharma, Elliott Sigal wants to help researchers take cancer immunotherapy 'to the next level.'
The Record (University of Chicago Law School): Good and Upsetting? Free Speech at the Law School
Social Change/Adler University:
- On the front lines - Adler community is addressing overdose epidemic head-on
- Changing of the Guard: Introducing the first Vancouver-based chair of Adler University's Board of Trustees
- Education, a Step on the Road to Reconciliation: Vancouver Campus models how working with Indigenous communities can create more inclusive and welcoming universities
- By Land or by Sea, Increasing Access to Mental Health Care: Adler University students and faculty face language barriers and muddy trails to teach and learn alongside doctors in Panama
- Q & A with Professor Ellen Wartella
- Class of 2011 Alumni Spotlight series
- A Purple Pair: Phil '87, '92 MBA and Anita Lane '87, '94 GME
- Staying Purple in Los Angeles: Kelly Schumann Styne '84, '20 P
- Member Profile: Alex Idichandy '90
- Member Profile: Linnea Perelli-Minetti '09
- Wilcat of the Week: Paula Bernhard '13
Tableau (University of Chicago):
- The Social Scientists of Music
- Ancient Books & Modern Technolog: Alumni work in the stacks and beyond
The Trust Project at Northwestern University: An Inside Perspective on Building Brand Trust at Cadillac
- It's Not What It Is, It's Where It Is: Welcoming a New Richard Serra Installation to Campus
- The Life Cycle of Art: What happens when the Teen Arts Council takes the wheel
The University of Chicago Urban Research Review:
- Bridging Education Research, Practice and Policy: Sara Ray Stoelinga Reflects on the Urban Education Institute
- A War On Inequality, With Education As The Weapon: Stephen Raudenbush is quantifying schools in order to improve them.
- Gaming Gateway: Patrick Jagoda Discovers how Transmedia Storytelling Can Empower Adolescents
- Managing Work and Family: Julia Henly Studies How Precarious Working Conditions Negatively Impact Low-Income Chicago Families
- Moneymovers: A Sociologist's Urban Research Focus Shifts from the Sex Trade to the Global Economy (Kimberly Kay Hoang)
- Form Follows Function: Finding the Role of Race in Architecture and Literature (Adrienne Brown)
- The Urban Village - Continuing the Chicago Tradition of Urban Sociology (Forrest Stuart)
- The Science of Learning: Chicago Families Provide Insight into How Children's Minds Work (Susan Levine)
- The Long View: Understanding Children's Development in Context. Micere Keels)
- End Transmission: A UChicago Doctor's Simple, But Monumental Goal (John Schneider)
The University of Chicago Magazine Blog:
- Genius at work: MacArthur Fellow Tara Zahra discusses her latest project.
- Twitterocracy: Cathy Cohen examines the ever-shifting political landscape.
- What's in store: Bob Mariano discusses what it's like to be a supermarket CEO
- Snow more
- A food truck first-timer
- "A Stitchy Situation
- "All the President's Dog"
- "Neighborhood Music"
- "A Team Effort"
- The dark art of poetry
- From public radio to politics
- Eight minutes and a mic
- Commentariat Culture
- Super Bowl Shuffle: UChicago assistant football coach Craig Knoche stops by I-House to teach residents about American football.
- Acts of union: Romance novelist Gwyn Cready, AB'83, MBA'86, reveals her inspirations.
- TV Guide: Television critic Margaret Lyons, AB'04, discusses how her time at the Maroonderailed her plans to attend divinity school.
- Higher Ground: Abbie Reese, MFA'13, talks about her time in the cloister.
- Upvoted: Suzanne Xie, AB'06, steals the show at a tech talk.
- Retrofitted: Kimberly Williams, MBA'92, isn't just the COO: she's also a client.
- Neighborhood music: Ethnomusicology graduate students discover community involvement comes with the concentration
- A musician's music: USO concertmaster Samantha Fan, AM'12, shares what she listens to when she's off the job.
- Face-off: Looking good? Nicholas Epley's study suggests you look again.