With a historian’s attention to the founding ideals of the College, Dean John W. Boyer, AM’69, PhD’75, implements an ambitious vision for the decades to come.
Peter Selz, AM’49, PhD’54, looks back on a life in modern art through the works that most inspired him.
A corporate career led Beverly Ryder, MBA’74, to the board of the National Women’s Hall of Fame and back to the public schools in her hometown of Los Angeles.
An Oriental Institute Museum exhibit traces the ubiquity of birds in ancient Egyptian culture to geographical accident, avian behavior, and human fascination.
Hyde Park’s greenest denizens and the Magazine’s greenest editors.
Readers weigh in on presidential power, intellectual influences, the moral dimension of free-market capitalism, Patsy Mink’s legacy, and more.
On the Agenda
Divinity School dean Margaret M. Mitchell, AM’82, PhD’89, looks ahead to an enhanced Martin Marty Center, needed now more than ever.
Drawing on tenets of Nichiren Buddhism and medical expertise, physician Alex Lickerman, AB’88, MD’92, offers paths to developing “personality hardiness.”
As émigré artist Danh Vo sends Liberty around the globe, Chicago embraces its share.
A composer and an astrophysicist embrace feeling lost in space.
Chicago empathy researchers test how far rats will go to rescue a cagemate in distress.
A look back at the University’s first provost and a look ahead to his successors’ challenges.
Philosopher Martha Nussbaum advocates a return to America’s founding religious tolerance.
Businessman John Kuhns turned his winding career path into a novel.
UChicago Dining dishes out improved locations and options for students.
Sorting success from failure in the recent cultural-project building boom.
A centuries-old text on military science tells stories beyond tactics and strategy.
A Chicago Booth professor guides India’s economy, community service expands during O-Week and beyond, and a street sign of respect for Rudy and Joyce Nimocks.
Researchers examine welfare reform's effect on the very poor, calculate the effects of math anxiety, algorithmically predict faculty tenure decisions, and discover one of the smallest dinosaurs that ever lived.
Physicist Joe Incandela, AB’81, SM’85, PhD’86, masters the art of discovery.
A two-day workshop helps grad students shift to the other side of the desk.
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