Category: Share with Students

SHARE WITH STUDENTS: Summer 2018 EPSY 255 open to all students- register now!

The College of Education is offering EPSY 255 for Summer 2018.  For summer, the course is not restricted and is opened to ANY major.  If you would kindly share the information with your students:

If you are interested in EPSY 255 for the Summer 2018 term, now is the time to register.

EPSY 255
Child Development in Contemporary Society
3 hours.

Examination of theories on child development that explain age-related differences in cognition, affect, and behavior, and how this relates to 0-14 year old children’s learning and educational needs. Prerequisite(s): ED 100 or PSCH 100 or EPSY 100; or consent of the instructor.

If you have any questions or need additional information or permission, contact the instructor, Thitrat Sriplo at

SHARE WITH STUDENTS: Undergraduate conference expenditures survey – please share!

Please share with students this informational survey to help the Office of Undergraduate Research assess UIC students’ personal expenditures on conference travel. Students should only fill out this form if they presented at or will present at a conference between August 15 2017 and June 20 2018. They should answer all of the questions below to the best of their ability. Their name and contact information will be saved so they will be the first to receive information about opportunities to be reimbursed for past expenditures or to apply for funding for future expenditures, should they arise out of the Office of Undergraduate Research. Students should fill this out ASAP as the form will close on Friday, May 25.

If you or they have questions, please email

Thanks in advance for helping get the word out!

SHARE WITH INCOMING STUDENTS: Please remind students to take the UIC First-Year Student Survey when taking placement tests!

As you remind incoming first-year students to take their placement exams, please also encourage students to take the “UIC First-Year Student Survey.”

Students responses to this survey are used to create their individual student noncognitive profile tool. We would like to have as many students complete this survey so that we can have this information to support students.

SHARE WITH STUDENTS: LAS Pop-Up Advising on May 21st and May 23rd

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is will be doing“Pop-Up Advising” this summer session!

LAS advisors will be advising from different locations on campus to better assist LAS students. Advisors will be at pop-up locations to answer any quick, drop-in advising type questions that students may have.

Students can meet their advisors for the next pop-up sessions on:

Monday, May 21st in SCE outside the Bookstore


Wednesday, May 23rd outside the Bookstore


SHARE WITH STUDENTS: OT 496 Special Topics Couse – “Promoting Wellbeing” elective for Fall 2018

A new 2-credit elective course will be offered this fall 2018!  

OT494 Special Topics “Promoting Wellbeing”, will address mental health and wellness for university students. If you are interested in learning and practicing strategies to help you better manage the responsibilities of the student role, advocating for your needs, and developing new behaviors for a healthy lifestyle, this class may be for you!

This 2-credit course will be offered at the start of the Fall 2018 semester.  It will meet once per week. Course topics include: balance, effective goal setting and action planning, mindfulness, prioritizing mental health and wellness, self-advocacy, identity, emotional regulation, relaxation, preventing burnout, effective communication, yoga and more!

We recognize that navigating the student role can lead to burnout and feeling overwhelmed. This course is designed to help you build strategies that will support you in promoting wellbeing for yourself and others.

OT494: Special Topics “Promoting Wellbeing” will be offered:

  • Tuesdays 2:30-4:20pm in AHSB 717 (CRN 42803)
  • Thursdays 11:30-1:20pm in AHSB 722 (CRN 42802)

If you have questions about the Promoting Wellbeing course, please contact Dr. Leah Goodman at for more information.

You can download the flyer for your students!

SHARE WITH STUDENTS: Career Services Drop-In Hours at the GSC on 5/10!

Career Services Drop-In Hours at the Gender and Sexuality Center!
Thursdays: May 3 & May 10, 2018
12 p.m. – 2 p.m.

This will be an opportunity for you to get your resume & cover letter professionally checked (or learn how to write resumes and cover letters), and connect with a career advisor regarding job search strategies, professionalism, and upcoming workshops and job fairs sponsored by UIC Career Services. The Office of Career Services is committed to equipping students with the necessary tools to succeed in the professional world after graduation.

Forward the flyer to your students!

SHARE WITH STUDENTS: LCSL Fall 2018 Gen Ed Flip Book

The School of Literatures, Cultural Studies, and Linguistics has again provided a unique, informative format for students to learn about the general education courses being offered by the School for Spring 2018.

Please share their Fall 2018 LCSL General Education Flipbook with your students!

SHARE WITH STUDENTS: Art History courses offered during UIC Summer Session

There are two Art History courses being offered this summer:

AH 122 History of Chicago Architecture (4-week summer session; fulfills Understanding the Past gen ed category)
This intensive course explores the development of Chicago as the center of architectural and urban innovation. It focuses on its architecture: its residential, commercial, public, and industrial buildings as well as its infrastructure: the railroads, transit systems, and highways.

While we will examine the role of well-known architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in the history of urban and architectural form, we will consider more quotidian innovations in engineering, communication, and manufacturing such as the steel frame.

As a lecture course, the survey aims to provide students with the complete but broad understanding of the city’s history, introducing them to the methods and terms of art and architecture history. Students develop these by engaging with actual object in the built environment through field trips.

AH 263 Latin American Colonial Art (8-week summer session;
fulfills World Cultures gen ed category)
This course surveys the visual and material production resulting from ongoing cultural exchanges between the United States and Mexico. The class develops chronologically in its exploration of the following themes: colonial contact zones; issues of cultural appropriation; the politics of representation; notions of the family; intersections of race, ethnicity, class, and gender; vernacular cultural expressions; and Latinx artists in contemporary art.

Please email Amanda Grant at for departmental approval. Students should include their full name, UIN, and the name of the class they want to take in their email.

SHARE WITH STUDENTS: Submit to UIC’s Undergraduate Research Journal

UIC’s undergraduate students are invited to submit papers to the Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Research Journal (IURJ). IURJ is an annual publication of the University of Illinois at Chicago Honors College and Library that publishes the diversity and creativity of scholarly research of undergraduate students. UIC undergraduate students who conducted research in any field at any university with correspondence with or guidance from a faculty mentor are encouraged to submit. The primary author must be an undergraduate student. Manuscripts may be submitted up to one year after graduation for research conducted during the undergraduate years. Submit your work at:…/index.php/IURJ/about/submissions

For any enquiries regarding the journal and submission process, please contact:

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT/SHARE WITH STUDENTS: UIC PRIDE – march in the parade, LGBTQQAI + Ally Training, and t-shirt fundraiser!

The UIC Pride Parade Planning Committee is inviting you to be part of events and programs leading up to Chicago’s Pride Parade and to march with UIC in the Chicago Pride Parade. See below for information on the LGBTQQAI +Ally Training, the t-shirt fundraiser, and info on marching!

LGBTQQAI+ Ally Training – June 22nd, 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. in 713 AHSB

  • To honor and celebrate Pride Month, the UIC Pride Parade Planning Committee is collaborating with the Gender & Sexuality Center to offer an educational training open to all students, faculty, staff, and community partners, whether LGBTQQAI+-identified or allies. This training will relate to the theme for this year’s Pride celebrations, “Remember the Past, Create the Future” and will take place on Friday, June 22nd from 3:00-6:00pm in room 713 of the Applied Health Sciences Building (1919 W. Taylor St.) Come find out more about the history of Pride, respecting safe spaces, and how to be an ally. RSVP required:
  • Students, faculty, and staff can purchase a limited-edition UIC Pride shirt for $15 to benefit UIC Pride, an LGBTQQAI+ undergraduate student organization on campus. Shirts will be distributed at this event.

2018 UIC Pride Shirt Fundraiser

  • Students, faculty, staff, and community partners can purchase a limited-edition 2018 UIC Pride shirt for $15 to benefit UIC Pride, an LGBTQQAI+ undergraduate student organization on campus. More information can be found here:

UIC @ Chicago Pride Parade

  • Help represent UIC’s Health Sciences Colleges and UI Health System in the Chicago Pride Parade on Sunday, June 24th to let Chicago know who we are, what we do, and how we support our LGBTQQAI+ community at UIC! Space is limited to 100 marchers. Priority will be given to students in the Health Sciences Colleges and staff/members of UI Health.Please note that marchers will need to purchase a $10 UIC Pride shirt in order to march. Proceeds benefit UIC Pride.Marchers should plan to attend the Pre-Pride Ally Training on Friday, June 22nd from 3:00-6:00 pm to pick up their shirts, return the waiver/consent form, create posters, and hang-out with marchers from around campus!