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University of Illinois at Chicago

Chicago, Illinois
www.uic.edu

University of Illinois at Chicago was awarded $2,803,742 between 1981 and 2019, including 21 grants in Chicago Commitment, Policy Research and Housing.

$30,000

2019 • 3 months • Chicago Commitment

The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) is Chicago's only public research university, with 30,000 students, 15 colleges, a hospital, and a health sciences system. The UIC Social Justice Initiative is focused on improving lives in Chicago through a combination of scholarship, teaching, and community engagement. With this award, the UIC Social Justice Initiative hosts a series of convenings between community and civic leaders and university-based researchers to explore ways that scholarship can better serve the public good, and how scholars can learn from current organizing efforts in Chicago.

$30,000

2018 • 2 months • Chicago Commitment

The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) is Chicago's only public research university, with 30,000 students, 15 colleges, a hospital, and a health sciences system. With this award, the UIC Social Justice Initiative hosts a day-long symposium to discuss the challenges and possibilities for rebuilding Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria struck in 2017. Composed of panels with experts, scholars, activists, and filmmakers, the symposium places the natural disaster in historical and political context, comparing the response to Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and the earthquake in Haiti in 2010. Broad community outreach and promotion ensures that members of Chicago's Puerto Rican community and other interested individuals can participate.

$950,000

2012 • 4 years 9 months • Policy Research

The College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs at University of Illinois at Chicago is focused on education, research and engagement in support of the nation's cities and metropolitan areas. In partnership with the National League of Cities and the Federal Reserve System, the College will use this grant to undertake "The Fiscal Space of Cities: Responses to Changing Economic and Fiscal Conditions." a multi-year collaboration to examine the economic, structural, and political factors that shape and constrain the environment within which municipal policymakers operate.

$361,386

2010 • 3 years • Housing

To assess adolescents' emotional well-being following foreclosure, as part of the How Housing Matters to Families and Communities competitive grant program (over three years).

$10,000

2009 • 1 year • Chicago Commitment

To support the annual Richard J. Daley Urban Forum.

$25,000

2008 • 2 years • Chicago Commitment

To support the annual Richard J. Daley Urban Forum (over two years).

$10,000

2007 • 1 year • Chicago Commitment

In support of the third annual Richard J. Daley Urban Forum, Building the Future City.

$25,000

2005 • 1 year

In support of the second annual Richard J. Daley Urban Forum, "Globalizing Cities: Chicago and the World."

$200,000

1997 • 1 year

To launch the Conservation Training Consortium, a training program in conservation biology for conservation professionals from developing countries (over three years).

$50,000

1991 • 1 year

To develop the "Local Community Fact Book."

$25,000

1987 • 1 year 3 months

To support the Ethnic Elderly Needs Assessment Project.

$25,000

1986 • 1 year 1 month

To place students in public policy internships in Washington, DC.

$120,750

1984 • 1 year

To support participation in the Network on the Psychobiology of Depression and Other Affective Disorders.

$161,000

1984 • 1 year

To support participation in the Network on the Psychobiology of Depression and Other Affective Disorders.

$100,000

1983 • 1 year

To support participation in the Network on the Psychobiology of Depression and Other Affective Disorders.

$260,668

1983 • 1 year

To support participation in the Network on the Psychobiology of Depression and Other Affective Disorders.

$83,000

1983 • 1 year

To support participation in the Network on the Psychobiology of Depression and Other Affective Disorders.

$149,500

1983 • 1 year

To support participation in the Network on the Psychobiology of Depression and Other Affective Disorders.

$25,000

1982 • 1 year

To develop the "Local Community Fact Book."

$138,000

1982 • 1 year

To support participation in the Network on the Psychobiology of Depression and Other Affective Disorders.

$24,438

1981 • 1 year

To collect, catalog, and publish the papers of Jane Addams.

www.uic.edu
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