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Rachel Harsley

Clean Slate App Wins Startup Challenge

Rachel Harsley’s Clean Slate Messenger, an instant messaging app with a fully erasable chat log, took first prize at UIC’s 2016 Startup Challenge.

Quoc Nguyen

The Bad Weather Behind Unionization

Why do seven states account for roughly half of the nation’s union members? Recent research by UIC’s Quoc Nguyen chalks it up to the worst weather of the 20th century.

UIC Rankings

Liautaud's Part-Time MBA Rises in the Rankings

UIC Liautaud’s part-time MBA program was ranked #78 by U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 Graduate School Rankings, a jump of more than 30 spots since the 2016 rankings.

Lan Nguyen Chaplin

Lan Nguyen Chaplin on Children in Market Mode

Professor Lan Chaplin's recent publication in Psychological Science explores the influence of money on children's market-oriented and communal behaviors.

Callejas

Alumnus Awarded Future Founders Fellowship

Paul Callejas, BS ’15, is one of 18 young entrepreneurs recently awarded a 2016 Future Founders Fellowship. Callejas, who founded the startup GPS Campus, will participate in training, mentoring and development opportunities as part of the fellowship,

Dermot Murphy

Dermot Murphy and the Tarnish on HFT

High frequency trading has been the object of much criticism in the last few years. But are high frequency traders really the bad actors they’re made out to be? UIC Business’ Dermot Murphy and Northwestern’s Robert Korajczyk find reason to question H

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Leading Research in Women’s Leadership

The Women’s Leadership Center at Kennesaw State University recently presented their 2015 Best Paper Award to Professor Sandy Wayne, Grace Lemmon, PhD ’11 and former iLead co-director Jenny Hoobler. The Leadership Center’s “Best of 2015” list also inc

Students at computers in the Trading Lab

Predicting Transaction Tax Effects in Chicago

With European governments working toward a regional tax on financial transactions, 2015 was a big year for the FTT debate. Dale Rosenthal recently spoke to Gazette Chicago about his research on transaction taxes and the possible implications for such