Year of Creativity Proposals Due Jan. 31

Faculty, staff and students who have ideas for projects potentially funded by the Year of Creativity should submit their proposals by Friday, Jan. 31.
Shifting Power Structures classroom with students at tables

School of Education Receives $1 Million Grant from Gates Foundation

The award will fund a project that aims to change how educational research is performed by bringing in the voices of more educators and students of color.

Info Session: Find Out How to Get Involved with the CEC in Homewood

The Community Engagement Center in Homewood will host its first info session of the semester for faculty and staff on Thursday, Jan. 23.

UCSUR Call for Manners Awards Letters of Intent

Two awards of up to $20,000 each will be presented to research in the social, behavioral and policy sciences at the University Center for Social and Urban Research.
JoAnne Flynn

Study on Tuberculosis Vaccine Earns Acclaim

A groundbreaking study on the tuberculosis vaccine published in Nature and led by Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics JoAnne Flynn is attracting national attention.

Provost’s Office Hours Resume Jan. 13

Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann E. Cudd invites faculty, staff and students to share suggestions and feedback.

Open Education Resource Grant Proposals Now Accepted

The Office of the Provost invites faculty proposals for development funding that supports the creation and adaptation of high-quality, free-to-use course materials.
A sign outside the 2019 Women in Medicine and Science Forum

Forum Explores Climate, Culture and Conflict in Academia

The 2019 Women in Medicine and Science Forum explored what defines bullying, how it differs from harassment and how both are related in academia.
The Cathedral of Learning

Awards Honor Partnerships with Community Impact

The Senior Vice Chancellor for Engagement’s Partnerships of Distinction awards recognize collaborations that benefit the University and community. The deadline for award submissions and forum proposals is Sunday, Dec. 15.
The Cathedral of Learning

Three Researchers Named to American Association for the Advancement of Science

The American Association for the Advancement of Science recognized Kathryn Albers, Tao Han and Rob Rutenbar’s efforts to advance science and its applications in service to society by naming them 2019 Fellows.