Welcome to the UIC Office of International Affairs
The Office of International Affairs is based in the Office of Public and Government Affairs at UIC. OIArepresents UIC abroad and in relations with local and national partners who collaborate with UIC on international projects.
OIA supports the efforts of our campus’s fifteen colleges as they engage globally. We host international visitors and delegations, visiting scholars and international exchange students.
Congratulations to the John Nuveen International Development Fund Awardees
for Spring/Summer 2015
List of the academic unit awardees and the title of proposed activity
School of Literarture, Cultural Studies & Linguistics – In/Between Conference om Border Crossings
Center for Global Health – Annual World Health Day Celebration
Physics Department – Energy Initiative/A Global Classroom
Center for Research on Women & Gender – Women’s Work in a Man’s World
Applied Health Sciences/Occupational Therapy – Launching of Therapists without Borders
List of the faculty awardees and the title of proposed activity
Center for Global Health- Local, Regional and National Partnership meetings to establish a Global Health Research Network
Lewis L. Hsu
Pediatrics Hematology-Oncology- Center for the 2nd Century of Sickle Cell
Center for Global Health- Expansion of Emergency Care Training Program in Uganda
Ursula Perez- Salas
Physics Department- Cholesterol Exchange and Flip-Flop on supported Lipid Bilayers
List of the student awardees and purpose of award
College of Dentistry- External Dental Rotation in Guatemala
Krista R. Schaefer
School of Public Health- Kenya Practicum through the School of Public Health
Samantha C. Hare
College of Business- Doing Business in Brazil Study Abroad Program
College of Dentistry– External Dental Rotation in Guatemala
Congratulations to Professor Craig Foster on being selected as a
Fulbright U.S. Scholar
Dr. Foster has been selected for a 2015-2016 Fulbright U.S. scholar grant to India. He will be traveling to India with his proposal.
Earthen buildings are an old technology experiencing renewed interest,
both in developing and developed countries, for economic and environmental
reasons. This proposal focuses on creating material models that can be
used to examine mechanical behavior, predict safe use, and improve
performance. Central to the research are the interaction of the
constituent particles and the addition of natural fibers for ductility.
The mathematical models will be validated and improved by experiments at
the host institution, building a collaboration between experimentalists
and modelers. A seminar series on modeling for earthen materials will aid
those conducting research at the host institution.
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