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Education donation
The Lewis-Sebring Family Foundation's $5 million gift supports work to improve urban schooling.

Jelinkova is IT
Duke’s Klara Jelinkova becomes UChicago’s chief information technology officer.


Chicago Tribune (January 12, 2010)
David Hoffman, Democratic Senate candidate

Hoffman, JD’95, made a name for himself taking on corruption in the Daley administration.

Washington Post (January 12, 2010)
U.Va. picks its first female president
Teresa A. Sullivan, PhD’75, takes over August 1.

New York Times (January 14, 2010)
Applications to Chicago rise 42 percent
The University received 19,306 applications, almost 6,000 more than last year.

NBC Chicago (January 15, 2010)
Got a minute? Doomsday clock spares one
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists sets the hand back to six minutes from midnight.


Wednesday, January 27
Breaking the Silence: An Examination
of the Ongoing Conflict in the Congo

68 p.m. | International House

Monday, February 8 (New York)
Tuesday, February 9 (Washington)
Receptions to Meet and Welcome
Law School Dean Michael H. Schill

6:308:30 p.m.

Friday, February 26
Understanding a Dynamic Decade:
Population Trends, Public Policy,
and the 2010 Census in Chicago

8 a.m.–5 p.m. | School of Social Service Administration

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Artifacts of the matter
Retrace Oriental Institute founder James Henry Breasted’s adventurous Middle East expedition.


Help and hope in Haiti
UChicago coordinates ways to give and grieve in response to the devastating earthquake.

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