Features Archive: 2015

November Features

Particulate matters

Economist Michael Greenstone studies the human cost of China’s pollution in the Huai River Valley.
Urban Labs

Gift of painting by Paul Delvaux enhances Smart Museum collection

Zells' gift of Water Nymphs complements other holdings by surrealists
The Smart Museum of Art

From Military to MBA

Nathan Matare is one of more than 100 Booth students who are veterans.
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business

College enhances support for first-generation students

College enhances support for first-generation students
The College

Eckhardt Research Center Opens New Phase of Discovery

Eckhardt Research Center opens new phase of discovery
The Institute for Molecular Engineering


September Features

Pearson Family donates $100 million, creating institute to confront global conflicts

Landmark $100 million gift creates The Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts.
The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy


May Features

The human experience

Who supports the humanities—and why
The Division of the Humanities


February Features

A time for ambition

President Robert J. Zimmer’s vision to help faculty and students define future inquiry through the University of Chicago Campaign: Inquiry & Impact.

Innovation

Over the past 15 years, and picking up speed every day, the University is purposefully creating an environment that fosters more innovation.