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The University of Illinois was founded in 1867 and expanded into Chicago in the 1890s. Through time, demands for the growth of the urban campus were answered. Under the leadership of Mayor Richard J.
Daley, the Circle Campus was created and located in 1965 on the Near West Side of Chicago in the historic Hull-House neighborhood. In 1982, Circle Campus joined with the Medical Center to form the University of Illinois at Chicago. With outreach programs coordinated in the Great Cities Initiative, the University recognized its urban location as a major strength. Over the last decade, UIC has helped to develop a new model of higher education: the comprehensive urban research university. This volume contains almost two hundred historic photographs that
serve as a rich record of the Chicago campus of the University of Illinois. Today, with 15 colleges located in a prominent urban setting, the campus is the largest and most diverse in the Chicago area, serving students from around the world. The University of Illinois at Chicago has grown to about 25,000 students, with 12,000 faculty and staff, and is one of the hundred largest research universities in the nation. It offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in more than 230 disciplines.
|Publisher:||Arcadia Publishing SC|
|Series:||College History Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Fred W. Beuttler, Melvin G. Holli, and Robert V. Remini, all historians at the University of Illinois at Chicago, have put together a fascinating glimpse into UIC's rich and varied history. Faculty, students, alumni, and visitors will charish this photographic history of an important institution in Chicago, the state of Illinois, the nation, and even the world.