On the Agenda

Summer/17
Daniel Deirmeier offers an inside look at the activities and responsibilities of the Office of the Provost.
Fall/16

“Universities cannot be viewed as a sanctuary for comfort but rather as a crucible for confronting ideas,” writes president Robert J. Zimmer. 

Summer/16

UChicagoGRAD gives graduate students the skills they need to succeed wherever their careers take them, from the classroom to the boardroom, writes executive vice provost Sian Beilock.

Spring/16

With new programs and online tools, Mark R. Nemec, dean of the Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies, hopes to reach broad audiences in innovative ways.

Winter/16

Looking back on a century of results, School of Social Service Administration dean Neil B. Guterman shares SSA’s plans to make a global impact on social work.

Jan–Feb/15

Chicago Harris dean Daniel Diermeier discusses the emergence of data-driven public policy and the training necessary for the next generation of leaders.

Nov–Dec/14

President Robert J. Zimmer introduces the University of Chicago Campaign: Inquiry and Impact, a major undertaking with transformative potential.

July–Aug/14

Argonne’s new director, Peter B. Littlewood, leads “dream teams” of scientists and engineers working to solve some of society’s most pressing challenges.

May–June/14

Dean Michael H. Schill outlines the breadth of opportunities incorporated into the Law School’s traditional curriculum to train leaders across fields.

Mar–Apr/14

Humanities dean Martha Roth and social sciences dean Mario Luis Small discuss the Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, “a laboratory for humanists.”

Jan–Feb/14

Vice president for civic engagement Derek R. B. Douglas discusses how the University and the city of Chicago work together.

Nov–Dec/13

President Robert J. Zimmer discusses initiatives that renew the University’s commitment to being an intellectual destination for scholars across disciplines.