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A voluminous career
Judith Nadler, who as library director helped shape the development of Mansueto Library, retires after 48 years with the University.

Beauty in numbers
Mathematics historian Judith Victor Grabiner, SB'60, teaches math to the liberal arts masses.

Act locally
UChicago Local, a new initiative to connect with mid-South Side businesses, gets to work.



New York Times (March 19, 2014)
A way forward for Ukraine
Economist Roger Myerson argues that decentralizing political power will be essential to stabilizing the country.

Wall Street Journal (March 19, 2013)
Ringing in the new
University Professor and composer Augusta Read Thomas uses 300 bells and bell-like instruments in "Resounding Earth."

Nature (March 17, 2014)
How astronomers saw
gravitational waves from the big bang

John Kovac, PhD'04, a radio astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, helped lead a big discovery, but the only afterglow is in the data.

Chicago Tribune (March 14, 2014)
A good reason to get your zzz's
Sleep expert David Gozal's study links disturbed rest with increased cancer growth.

Washington Post (March 14, 2014)
Why being too busy makes us feel so good
Behavioral scientist Christopher Hsee's research helps explain the connection between increased--even excessive--activity and a good mood.



Friday, March 28
An Alumni Cooking Celebration
6:30-8:30 p.m. | Bangalore, India

Thursday, April 3
Science on the Screen:
Your Inner Fish with Neil Shubin

6:30 p.m. | Chicago

Saturday, April 5
Special Tour of the High Point Market
1-2 p.m. | High Point, NC

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Center in Delhi opening
UChicago celebrates the opening of its new Center in Delhi with a presidential forum and ribbon-cutting ceremony. Tune in March 28-29 via webcasts and watch parties in Chicago, Paris, and Beijing.

 Learn about the center.


School dance
Kenwood Academy students and teachers do a "Happy" dance to Pharrell's hit song.

 Watch the video.


Off the presses
The Mar-Apr issue of the Magazine is in the mail and available online.

 Browse the magazine.

 Install the app.


Global learning
Climate change expert David Archer offers an online course that "describes the science of global warming and the forecast for humans' impact on Earth's climate."

 Join for free.