The campaign aims to raise $5 billion and engage 125,000 alumni to support UChicago faculty and students as they define future inquiry and its impact on lives worldwide.
As of February, 2018
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At the Institute for Molecular Engineering, collaborative teams of faculty and students explore creative applications of molecular-scale science to solve problems of global significance. Read more
The Oriental Institute is world renowned for promoting study and understanding of the Middle East—the cradle of civilization—and making its scholarship and collections available to a broad audience. Read more
The Gary Project gives students at the Chicago Harris a unique opportunity to put theory into practice. They’re working with city officials and residents to confront the issues facing a struggling American city. Read more
Scholars who investigate the ancient world need broad and deep knowledge of history, languages, and archaeology. But digital tools are also shaping research in fields from cuneiform studies to Egyptology. Read more
The field of econometrics, with its intricate statistical models and immense volumes of data, can seem more complicated than it needs to be. In his Nobel Prize–winning research, Lars Peter Hansen helps economists cut to the chase. Read more
Students who are academically on track in ninth grade are almost four times more likely to finish high school. This and other UChicago insights are making a difference across Chicago Public Schools. Read more
The Library supports the research of faculty, students, and visiting scholars by making its collections accessible. Its tradition of ambitious collection building continues in the digital age, encompassing print and electronic resources. Read more
A team of UChicago scientists uses computer simulations to better understand influenza A and how it replicates. Their work, the most detailed of its kind, may speed the development of new and better treatments of the virus. Read more
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