A new $25 million grant from the Howard and Paula Treinens Fund is the largest philanthropic contribution ever made to the Institute for Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern. The grant will provide critical investment in research, education and engagement for climate and the energy transition, as well as community resilience.
Following the G7 Summit in Japan, the University of Chicago joins global partnerships to advance quantum computing, utilizing a $150 million grant from IBM and Google to work with the University of Tokyo
A $4.9 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education will prepare 800+ DePaul University graduates to serve as teachers in high-need Chicago Public Schools!
The National Endowment for the Humanities is awarding the University of Chicago nearly $1 million to transform their creation, stewardship, and delivery of digital collections and research data, building a new digital structure
Loyola University Chicago announces a $2 million gift to support family business education through Loyola's Family Business Center and the creation of the Follett Collection of family business papers. The gift also creates a Follett Fellowship
Illinois Tech's Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering hosted a workshop that brought together students and faculty with representatives from 45+ organizations, including 20 pharmaceutical companies, showcasing cutting-edge research
The University of Chicago announces partnership with Chan Zuckerberg Initiative biomedical research hub, looking to solve grand challenges in science and foster interinstitutional collaboration
DePaul University has teamed up with NeighborSpace and the City of Chicago to evaluate a pilot program that could improve food access in the city by creating compositing sites at community gardens across the city
SAIC's Art Auction raises over $641,000 for student scholarships, with 67 groundbreaking works by SAIC alums and faculty members being purchased, helping make SAIC more accessible to students regardless of economic background
UIC received two grants totaling nearly $1.3 million from the Mellon Foundation to support threatened humanities scholars from Latin America & a new program concerning critical race & gender analysis