Alex Linares, an economic development planner at the UIC Great Cities Institute, spoke to ABC 7 Chicago during a report on Illinois being undercounted in the 2020 census. The U.S. Census Bureau suggests Illinois was undercounted by nearly 2%, and actually gained another 250,000 residents. “We are not going to find out […]
The “2022 Budget Community Engagement Report” documents the 2022 Budget Engagement process and provides key findings from the internal and external engagement.
Findings from a UIC Great Cities Institute report on Black population loss in Chicago are cited a story from The New York Times Magazine that details the author’s Chicago connections and the life expectancy racial gap in the city.
CBS 2 (WBBM-TV) interviewed Teresa Córdova, director of UIC’s Great Cities Institute and professor of urban planning and policy, in a segment on related to a Brookings Institution report on millennial migration figures for major U.S. cities.
We hope that you can make it for one or both of our events on Wednesday, February 20th. At noon, at Great Cities Institute, we will host Adina Hoffman and later in the evening, we will host Haki Madhubuti at the UIC Hull-House Museum.
Please join us on Friday, September 28, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at UIC Student Center East 750 S. Halsted to hear practitioners, advocates and researchers speak about context, impacts and strategies related to the psychosocial impacts of deportation and detention on migrant youth and families.
Teresa Córdova, director of the UIC Great Cities Institute, was interviewed by Route Fifty about the City of Chicago’s recently announced Youth Quality of Life Index, which aims to measure the impact of the city’s youth programs over time and inform future budgets.
Dr. Teresa Córdova, director of UIC's Great Cities Institute, is quoted in a Gazette Chicago newspaper story on a City of Chicago arts initiative centered around youth cultural programming and support.
Rachel Havrelock, co-founder of UIC's Freshwater Lab and associate professor of English, is the subject of a Great Lakes Now profile highlighting her work on water issues and the Great Lakes from a humanities and social science perspective.