Soia Mentschikoff (1915–1984) reformed how the United States does business and led the way for later generations of women in law.
At 100, civil rights leader Timuel D. Black Jr., AM’54, has seen change—and made it happen.
The scientists who made CP-1 possible, and the thinkers tending its ambivalent legacy today.
Retired University of Chicago Press editor T. David Brent, AB’70, AM’71, PhD’77, brought imagination and enthusiasm to scholarly publishing.
For 50 years, Kartemquin Films has focused its lenses on social forces and the human lives they shape.
Grossman Institute scholars explore—and begin to explain—the brain’s vast complexities.
Jonathan Rapping, AB’88, inspires attorneys who represent indigent clients to fight a system stacked against them.
The impact of geochemist Clair C. Patterson, PhD’51, who determined the age of the earth and fought lead pollution.
Comer Children’s Hospital, by the numbers.
A search for the roots of knowledge, study abroad in Hong Kong, a survey of campus climate, a prestigious faculty (re)appointment, the University’s Board of Trustees names a new chair, and more.
The importance of measles immunization, by the numbers.
An express commitment to free speech, a prehistoric achievement, a prestigious faculty appointment, fresh (water) ideas, the Crime Lab expands its reach, and more.