As the leader of UChicago’s energy policy and economic research institutes, Michael Greenstone, LAB’87, works to help the world confront the global energy challenge.
With the opening of a campus in Hong Kong, the University begins a new era of intellectual partnership.
Youqin Wang refuses to let the victims of China’s Cultural Revolution be forgotten.
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.
Economist Michael Greenstone studies the human cost of China’s pollution in the Huai River Valley.
Kenneth Pomeranz and the changing field of China studies.
After more than three decades at Britannica, editor in chief Dale Hoiberg, AM’74, PhD’93, knows the encyclopedia business inside out.
A campus festival explores the influence of Chinese opera.
During the Cultural Revolution in China, my father was declared a traitor, and my mother was imprisoned by the Red Guards and repeatedly coerced to divorce him.