Judge upholds whistleblower verdict against Chicago State University
Chicago State University's former senior legal counsel, James Crowley, was the plaintiff in a lawsuit against CSU, and was awarded a $2.5 million judgment against the university.
The Chicago State University Foundation celebrates 20 years with The Whispers
The Chicago State University Foundation is "Still in the Business of Transforming Lives."
MARC travel awards announced for FASEB grant writing & practical exercises workshop
FASEB MARC Program has announced the travel award recipients for the FASEB Grant Writing Seminar & Practical Exercises Workshop which will be held on the FASEB campus located in Bethesda, Maryland from August 25-26, 2014.
Bill Bratton Thinks NYPD Disciplinary System Is 'Broken,' Oversight Official Says
Critics of the New York City Police Department's disciplinary process think the system is broken -- and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton agrees with them, according to an oversight official who spoke with him Tuesday.
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Obama has choice of 3 states for his presidential library
Hawaii is offering an oceanfront site. Perhaps realizing the Windy City may have the edge, the University of Hawaii has agreed to partner with another site to create an institution with two campuses.
UIC adminstrator demoted after plagiarism flap
A high-ranking University of Illinois at Chicago official has lost his position in the wake of a lawsuit accusing the school of violating federal education law by publicly discussing a dissertation and accusations of plagiarism, the Chicago Sun-Times has learned.