Renovating a landmark.
In the late 1800s, with the University of Illinois facing growing enrollments and limited space, renowned University architect Nathan Ricker designed a distinctive teaching and research building at the heart of campus that he hoped would endure through the ages.
The changing face of the U.S. Census.
Climate change advocate finds common ground, even with skeptics.
Alumnus creates LED solar-powered lantern.
Alumna’s pioneering spirit earns her entry into two Halls of Fame.
Chemistry alumnus helps develop novel cancer-fighting drugs.
For three former California residents who grew up together, life comes full circle at Illinois.
How research and teaching are linked.
- LAS News Winter 2015
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Around the College
- 2014 LAS Alumni Award Winners
- Growing Support for the Scholars
- Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities Receives $2 Million Mellon Grant
- Berenbaum Awarded National Medal of Science
- Study of Ancient Dogs in the Americas Yields Insight into Human, Dog Migration
- Pioneers in Science
- Muslims and Latinos Much More Prominent in TV Crime News than in Real-Life Crime