Welcome to the UIC Office of International Affairs
The Office of International Affairs is based in the Office of the Vice Provost for Global Engagement at UIC. OIA represents 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 visiting delegations and scholars.
Climate, Biodiversity and People
The Office for Science and Technology at the Embassy of France in the United States and the University of Illinois at Chicago are pleased to invite you to a French-American Climate Talk on Biodiversity (FACT-B) in Chicago on “Climate, Biodiversity and People – A Public Conference”, taking place on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 5:30pm
We are pleased to announce that everyone is invited to attend this free event. If you are interested in attending, please register online through this link.
Award Applications Are Now Available For the Upcoming Fall Semester
Deadline: September 30, 2019
Applications are available for the following awards:
Spring 2019 Allan Lerner Lecture Series
During the spring 2019 semester, the Office of International Affairs and the Department of Political Science hosted the annual Allen Lerner Lecture Series. Special thank you to all the Consul Generals who came out to speak to over 400 students, faculty, and administrators.
Consul General of India, Neeta Bhushan
Panel with Consul General of Guatemala Billy A. Munoz Miranda, Consul General of El Salvador Patricia Maza Pittsford, Consul General of Honduras Gonzalo Rafael Chavez Madisson, Consul General of Costa Rica José David Murillo
Honorary Consul General of the Kingdom of Belgium Paul M. Van Halteren
Consul General of Pakistan Javed Ahmed Umrani
UIC Welcomes Dr. Inga Žalėnienė
On Monday, April 29, UIC hosted Dr. Inga Žalėnienė (right) of Mykolas Romeris University, who met with Vice Provost Neal McCrillis (left) and Senior Director Nora Bonnin.
UIC Welcomes National Taiwan University
On Wednesday, April 10, and Thursday, April 11, UIC hosted two visitors, President Chung-Ming Kuan and Vice President Chris Lin of National Taiwan University. The guests met with UIC faculty and administrators.
Guests with College of Dentistry.
Guests with the College of Pharmacy.
OIA HOSTS FULBRIGHT WORKSHOP FOR UIC FACULTY
On Wednesday, 2/20/19 UIC hosted a well-attended Fulbright workshop for faculty and administrators. Click here, if you would like to see the material used during the discussion.
UIC CELEBRATED ‘INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION’
On November 14th, UIC celebrated “International Education Week” with students, faculty and the Chicago Consular Corps.
During this event awardees of the Chicago Consular Corps scholarships were recognized. The group photo captures all members of the Chicago Consular Corps in attendance, awardees and faculty.
Michele Moy, recipient of the Everett and Florence Drumright award receives the award from the Diplomat in Residence, Melisa Martinez.
Professor Stacey Chamberlain with Emergency Medicine, Global Health shares with the audience her global health related work
Recipient proessor Maarten Bosland with Pathology gives an update of his work in Ghana
Recipient professor Holli DeVon shares with the audience the College of Nursing’s work in Rwanda.
Hidden No More
8:00 am – Friday, November 9th
The empty chairs we filled.
Welcome Miriam, Lieve, Paola, Petia, Carolina, Maja, Anna, Mona, Ines, Michelle, Nandita, Shirin, Salam, Bhamini, Tamar, Amal, Ivonne, Maria, Emilija, Pumza, Amali, Kanokkorn, Maryam, Mutumwa, and Novuyo!
UIC had the pleasure of hosting participants of “Hidden No More”. 26 women from 26 countries visited with UIC champions to discuss strategies to get more girls into STEM fields.
PEACE CORPS AT OIA – OFFICE HOURS
Jill Conway a Peace Corps Chicagoland & Minnesota Regional Recruiter will be at OIA, Suite 509 UH ON Thursday, November 15th from 12pm to 5pm and on Monday, December 3rd from 9am to 5pm.
To confirm your appointment please contact Jill directly email@example.com
HBNU Fogarty Global Health Training Program – 2019/2020 Fellowship Year
The Fogarty Global Health Training Program offers opportunities in global health research training for pre- and post-doctoral candidates from the U.S. and lower-middle-income countries (LMICs), sponsored by the Fogarty International Center (FIC) and several collaborating Institutes and Centers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The program supports specific areas of interest in HIV/AIDS, non-communicable diseases, mental health, and maternal and child health and nutrition.
- Fellowship opportunities at one of 18 sites across 13 countries in Africa and Asia
- 12-month Fellowship with stipend depending on the type of the award
- Appointments begin July 1st, 2019
- Week-long orientation workshop at the NIH in Bethesda
- Pre-doctoral students (U.S.) enrolled in doctoral programs in medicine, biomedical sciences, public health, government, business, design, engineering, education, nutrition, law, pharmacy, dentistry, veterinary medicine, and nursing.
- Postdoctoral trainees (U.S. or LMIC) with an advanced doctoral degree in medicine, biomedical sciences, public health, engineering, government, business, design, education, nutrition, law, pharmacy, dentistry, veterinary medicine, and nursing.
- U.S. postdoctoral fellows we are also seeking individuals completing residency or a clinical fellowship program
Citizen of LMIC country (must be a country of an approved site – see map above)
Apply online at https://sites.sph.harvard.edu/global-health-research-partnership/
FOR MORE DETAILS
Visit the link: HBNU Program Overview
Fulbright Outreach Lecturing Fund Now Seeking Hosts for Fall 2018
U.S. Institutions are welcome to apply through OLF to bring current Fulbright Visiting Scholars to their institution for short-term lectureships of 2-6 days. To find a scholar, consult the Fulbright Scholar Directory. Please considering applying to bring these scholars to your institutions to lecture on their research or cultural topics.
To listen to a recording of our most recent webinar, please visit our website.
Congratulations to the recipient of the AY 2018-19 Everett and Florence Drumright Awards
Congratulations to the recipients of the AY 2018-19 John and Grace Nuveen Scholarship
|Allen, Madison Victoria|
Congratulations to the recipients of the AY 2018-19 Chicago Consular Corps Scholarship
|Song, Youngkwan||S. Korea|
|Nguyen, Hoang Hoai||Vietnam|
|Morais Soares, Maria Luiza||Brazil|
Congratulations to the recipients of the AY2017-18 Chicago Consular Corps
|Student's Name||Academic Unit|
|Nicolas Garcia Mills||LAS|
|Muhammad Hassan||College of Engineering|
|Ahmed Mohamed||College of Engineering|
|Uddalok Sen||Graduate College (Engineering)|
|Ovidiu Zdremtan||College of Applied Health Sciences|
Congratulations to the recipients of the AY 2017-18 Everett and Florence Drumright Awards
|Student's Name||Academic Unit|
|Cammille Chin-Fong Go||LAS|
|Michelle Moy||College of Applied Health Sciences|
|Yong (Maggie) Mei||College of Business Administration|
Congratulations to the recipients of the AY 2017-18 John and Grace Nuveen Scholarship
|Student's Name||Academic Unit|
|Matthew Bernard||Graduate College (Dentistry)|
|Michael Boyle||Graduate College (Dentistry)|
|Emma Cowley||College of Architecture, Design and Arts|
|Denise Hernandez||Graduate College (Dentistry)|
|Tyler Ramir||Graduate College (Dentistry)|
|Emily Santiago||College of Architecture, Design and Arts|